Andy Mallory

M.A, Intellectual History, University of Maine
B.A, Philosophy and History, University of Maine
I am a philosopher, intellectual historian, and artist specializing in 19th and 20th century continental philosophy (specifically Nietzsche and Heidegger),” , whose primary areas of philosophical interest include existentialism, phenomenology, philosophy of history, and critical pedagogy. My academic research has focused on 20th century German and French intellectual history, as well as the uses of phenomenological methods of philosophical investigation for radical pedagogical projects. I have worked as a teacher both inside and outside of the university setting for several years; subjects that I have taught have included literature, mathematics, history, and writing.
Outside of class I enjoy running, cooking, hiking, making music, and writing short horror fiction and experimental prose-poetry.