Aaron Stoller is a transdisciplinary philosopher and social theorist with a specialization in critical pragmatism. His research contributes broadly to the field of critical university studies where he focuses on questions pertaining to the sociopolitical and organizational contexts of learning, the role of universities within democratic knowledge economies, and the epistemic cultures of the disciplines. In this context, his work also explores the role of knowledge and learning processes in organizational change, organizational justice, and organizational decision making.
He has published more than a dozen academic articles and two books on issues as diverse as pedagogy and curriculum theory, the theory and practice of interdisciplinarity, organizational creativity and innovation, and the aims of higher education. He currently serves as Assistant Vice Provost and Director of Academic Programs at Colorado College and is a faculty associate in Leadership and Integrative Studies at Arizona State University.
He holds a B.A. in English Literature from Wake Forest University, an M.F.A. in Creative Writing (Poetry) from the University of Arizona, an M.Div. from Wake Forest University, and a Ph.D. in Philosophy and Social Theory from the ASPECT Program at Virginia Tech.