Thomas E. Wartenberg

 


 Department of Philosophy  
 Mount Holyoke College  
 South Hadley, MA 01075  
 e-mail: twartenb@mtholyoke.edu  
   

 Professional Experience:
 Professor, Mount Holyoke College, 1992-present; Associate Professor, 1984-1991; Chair, 1989-90, 1991-94, 1995-96; Chair, Film Studies Program, 1996-99
Member of the Graduate Faculty, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, 1988-present
Honorary Visiting Professor, University of Auckland, 1994-95
Visiting Scholar, Harvard University, 1990-1991
Visiting Assistant Professor, Hampshire College, 1983-1984
Assistant Professor, Duke University, 1977-1983
Teaching Fellow, University of Pittsburgh, 1973-1976


Areas of Specialization:

 Philosophy of Film, Continental Philosophy, Kant and Nineteenth Century German Philosophy


 Courses Taught:

Graduate: Kant, Hegel, Hegel and Marx, Heidegger, Recent Analytic Philosophy, Contemporary Continental Philosophy

Undergraduate: History of Ancient Philosophy, History of Modern Philosophy, Nineteenth Century Philosophy, Existentialism, Recent Continental Philosophy, Social and Political Philosophy, Philosophy and Film, Social Ideals and Utopia, Justice and Society, Psychoanalysis and Social Theory, Social Power, Heidegger and his French Readers: From Existentialism to Deconstruction, Film Comedy, Introduction to Film, Philosophy of Film


Dissertation:

 Reason and Truth in Kant's Theory of Experience
Advisor: Wilfrid Sellars


 Postdoctoral Fellowships and Awards:

NEH Summer Seminar on Philosophical Approaches to History: Hegel, Marx, and Nietzsche, 1992, Director
NEH Fellowship for College Teachers, 1990-91
NEH Summer Seminar on the Enlightenment, 1989, Participant
Senior Fulbright Research Fellowship, Munich, 1986-87
ACLS Travel Grant, 1986
ACLS/NEH Summer Institute on Kantian Ethical Thought, 1983, Participant


 Education:

Amherst College, B.A., 1971 summa cum laude
Stanford University, M.A., 1973
University of Pittsburgh, Ph. D., 1977
University of Heidelberg, 1976-1977


 Membership in Professional Organizations:

American Society for Aesthetics
American Philosophical Association
Hegel Society of America
Hegel Society of Great Britain
Internationale Hegel-Vereinigung
Kant Society of America
North American Society for Social Philosophy, Co-Chair, Eastern Division, 1990-93
Society for Cinema Studies
Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy
Society for the Philosophic Study of the Contemporary Visual Arts
Sofphia Philosophers, Treasurer


 Other Professional Activities:

General Editor for Thinking through Cinema: The Philosophy of Film Book Series (Westview Press)
American Philosophical Association Committee on the Teaching of Philosophy, Member 1989-92
Editorial Board Member, Film and Philosophy, The Owl of Minerva,
The Radical Philosophy Journal
Reviewer for Hypaetia, Philosophical Topics, Philosophy and Phenomenological Researach, Polity,Teaching Philosophy, Beacon Press, Cambridge University Press, SUNY Press, Temple University Press, Press, University of Illinois Press, Westview Press, etc.
Grant Proposal Reviewer, NEH Humanites Translation Projects


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