|Office||Sullivan Building 203B5|
|FYPH 100||First Year Seminar (philosophy)|
|IDS 287||Perspectives On Evil and the Holocaust|
|IDS 731||Perspectives On Evil and the Holocaust|
|PHL 100||Introduction to Philosophy|
|PHL 203||Business Ethics|
|PHL 240N||History of Western Philosophy I: Antiquity & the Middle Ages|
|PHL 260N||History of Western Philosophy Ii: the Modern Era|
|PHL 270||Philosophical Perspectives On Evil and the Holocaust|
|PHL 303||Philosophy of Religion|
|PHL 313||Philosophy of Mind|
|PHL 350H||Topics in Ethics|
|PHL 490||Senior Seminar|
Born in Varna, Bulgaria and educated at the local French Gymnasium “Frédéric Joliot-Curie,” Dr. Kitanov moved to Finland, where he received his MA and Doctorate of Theology from the University of Helsinki. In addition to serving as full-time Philosophy Department faculty at Salem State University, Dr. Kitanov has also taught philosophy classes at Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA, and Gordon College, Wenham, MA.
Dr. Kitanov’s specialty is Philosophy of Religion and Theological Ethics with a particular focus on medieval scholastic theology and philosophy. Dr. Kitanov is also passionate about paleography (the study of ancient and medieval handwriting), and the critical editing of Medieval Latin theological and philosophical texts.