Future Paths of Phenomenology

1st OPHEN Summer Meeting

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Rodney K.B. Parker

Dominican University College

From 2012 to 2016 I was Adjunct Professor of Philosophy at the University of Western Ontario and its affiliated colleges. I then moved to Germany where I held a post doc in the Center for the History of Women Philosophers and Scientists at the Universität Paderborn for two years. Since completing my dissertation, my research has focused on Husserl’s students and the dialogue of ideas among the early members of the phenomenological movement. I am primarily interested in the writings of Alexandre Koyré, Theodor Celms, Dietrich Mahnke, and Emmanuel Levinas. Students interested in learning about the original philosophical insights of these figures or about how their work can help us to better interpret and understand Husserl are encouraged to contact me.