School of Philosophy and Art History

Our Graduate Teaching Assistants

Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTAs)

Helle Abelvik-Lawson
Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of Philosophy and Art History
Research interests: Indigenous peoples' rights and free prior informed consent (FPIC).; Sustainable development, climate change and human rights; Business and human rights; Sustainability technology; Latin America;
Ishpur Bhandal
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Interdisciplinary Studies Centre (ISC)
Goedele Caluwe
Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of Philosophy and Art History
Darshan Cowles
Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of Philosophy and Art History
Research interests: Phenomenology; ethics; existentialism;
Stanislava Dikova
Graduate Teaching Assistant (Phil/Art), School of Philosophy and Art History
Research interests: Modernism; Women's intellectual history; Feminist critical theory; Theories of autonomy;
Joshua Kennedy
Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of Philosophy and Art History
Research interests: Kierkegaard; existentialism; psychoanalysis; guilt; self-love;
Jakub Kowalewski
Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of Philosophy and Art History
Research interests: Phenomenology; Ethics; Deconstruction;
Deborah Landes
Graduate Teaching Assistant (Phil/Art), School of Philosophy and Art History
Adam Leach
Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of Philosophy and Art History
John Oduor
Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of Philosophy and Art History
Samuel Oliver
Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of Philosophy and Art History
Ricardo Samaniego De La Fuente
Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of Philosophy and Art History
Elisabeth Schneider
Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of Philosophy and Art History
Kate Seymour
Graduate Teaching Assistant (CS102), School of Philosophy and Art History
Graduate Teaching Assistant (PY437), School of Philosophy and Art History
Research interests: Rancière; Recent French Thought; Critical Theory; Political Theory; Feminism;
Robert Seymour
Graduate Teaching Assistant, Interdisciplinary Studies Centre (ISC)
Research interests: German Idealism (Metaphysics; Philosophy of Nature; Political Philosophy); Reception of German Idealism (Right and Left Hegelianism; Italian Idealism; Russian Reception of Schelling); Arabic and Islamic Philosophy.;
Marieke Sjerps
Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of Philosophy and Art History
Ana Varas Ibarra
Graduate Teaching Assistant1, Interdisciplinary Studies Centre (ISC)
Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of Philosophy and Art History
Clinton Verdonschot
Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of Philosophy and Art History
Lauren Winsor
Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of Philosophy and Art History