Dr. John Duncan is an Assistant Professor of Interdisciplinary and Cultural Studies for the University of Oklahoma College of Liberal Studies as well as an appointed Clinical Associate Professor for the OU College of Medicine. Dr. Duncan received his Ph.D. in Philosophy from the University of Oklahoma and has completed several years of post-doctoral research in biological psychology at the OU College of Medicine. His main philosophical interests are in phenomenology (the study of the structures of human experience), applied ethics, and media psychology and its influences on belief.
Dr. Duncan has 27 years of experience in law enforcement and routinely represents the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics in state, national, and international settings and has been published frequently in both academic and law enforcement journals regarding drug abuse. He is widely considered to be one of the top authorities in the world on methamphetamine manufacture and abuse and has presented on this topic throughout the United States, Canada, Russia, Lithuania, and Slovakia.