Chinese-Western comparative literature; classical Chinese literature and philosophy; cross-cultural studies; world literature. I have published widely in these areas in English and Chinese, and I am interested in the recent development in the study of world literature.
I specialize in late eighteenth- to early twentieth-century Spanish literature, philosophy, and culture, including Enlightenment thought, interdisciplinary nineteenth-century studies, philosophy of science and the body, Gender Studies, social history of ideas in medicine, modernist aesthetics, and the avant-garde.
Vassil Vidinsky is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski.” He is the head of the MA Program “History of Philosophy and Contemporary Philosophy” and a member of the East European Network for Philosophy of Science. His main fields of study include Early Modern Philosophy, Philosophy of Science and Philosophy of Culture. His most recent book is Случайности. Историческа типология [Contingencies. A Historical Typology](SUP, 2017).
Jeremy Garber is the Team Lead of the Academic Advising Center and an Adjunct Instructor in Theology at the Iliff School of Theology. He is a graduate of the Ph.D. Religious Studies program in Theology, Philosophy, and Cultural Theory at the University of Denver and the Iliff School of Theology. Jeremy received his M.Div. from Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary in Indiana, concentrating in theology and ethics. Dr. Garber’s dissertation was titled “‘Another Way’: The Pneumatology of Deleuzean Minoritarian Communal Interpretation in Scripture, the 16th Century Radical Reformation, and Alternative 21st century Anabaptist Community.” His primary research is on the idea of the Holy Spirit and the interpretation of popular culture in religious communities, using media theory and Deleuzean philosophy. Dr. Garber has published articles on the perception of Anabaptism in contemporary literature, the authority of Scripture in young adults, and theology in popular culture. He has also taught courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels in constructive theology, philosophy of religion, religion and popular culture, ethics, and comparative religion. He and his daughter, Fiona, are members of First Mennonite Church in Denver.
I am a philosopher at the University of Kassel, Germany. I work primarily in epistemology, philosophy of science and of mind. My research includes work on modern animal sciences, philosophy and pop culture and the role of plausibility in context of scientific knowledge.
…Professor Of Contemporary Philosophy And Philosophy Of Culture…
Twentieth- and twenty-first-century American literature; Post-World War II U. S. literature and culture; modernism and postmodernism; the novel and narrative theory; critical and cultural theory; history of philosophy; Anglo-American philosophy of language.
Victorian literature and culture, political philosophy, aesthetics, globalization, and ethics.
Modern and Contemporary Latin American Literature and Culture. Relations between literature and philosophy.
Cultural Contact in Medieval Iberia, Hebrew and Arabic cultures of Europe, The Medieval Mediterranean and its Legacy, Sephardic Traditions, Mediterranean Studies, Religious Studies & Philosophies