Archive | June 2011

A lot has happened since my last post…

1) I’ve accepted a position as lecturer in philosophy at the University of Tennessee Knoxville. I’ll be teaching two sections of Introduction to Philosophy and two sections of Contemporary Moral Issues in the Fall. In the Spring, I’ll teach three sections of one of those classes and an upper-division course in Aesthetics. I’m very excited about the classes and the department.

2) Verena and I spent almost a month in Europe, attending several conferences and traveling through Italy with her parents. We’re back in Atlanta now, but only for a little while. We’ll be getting ready for the move to Knoxville and visiting my parents in Indiana in July. I’ll also be attending a conference in Halifax in July and Verena will be in Frankfurt in August. No rest for the wicked.

3) The summer of writing begins! I’ve started writing my review of Foucault’s Introduction to Kant’s Anthropology. I also have to get my paper on Leibniz, Wolff, and Kant ready for the Atlantic-Canadian Early Modern Philosophy Workshop in July.