Kenneth Lambert Professor of Computer Science

Kenneth Lambert

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Professor Lambert came to Washington and Lee in 1985 as an Assistant Professor of Computer Science. He has served three terms as the Chair of the Computer Science Department, and has published 25 textbooks on introductory programming in three different programming languages.

In 2007, Professor Lambert began teaching courses in aesthetics, philosophy of history, and Hegel’s philosophy. His research interests are in foundation-free, systematic philosophy and in the relationship between art and history.


Ph.D. Philosophy, Rutgers University

M.S. Computer Science, Wright State University

B.A. Philosophy, Bucknell University


Philosophy of History, Asthetics, Hegel

Selected Publications

Book Index