White Hall 021-A
MA, Villanova University, 1992; PhD, Emory University, 1997.
My research focuses on 19th and 20th century continental philosophy, but I also believe strongly in the importance of understanding and appreciating the history of philosophy as a whole.
I teach courses on the history of philosophy, logic, aesthetics, the philosophy of love and friendship, philosophy and pop culture, and interdisciplinary studies.
(I’m on sabbatical spring semester 2020 so I may be slow to reply to emails. If you need help with anything in the Philosophy & Humanistic Studies Department please contact the department chair, Dr. Çiğdem Üsekes, White Hall 021C, email@example.com, 203-837-3294.)