School of Philosophy and Art History

Our Graduate Teaching Assistants

Graduate Teaching Assistants (GTAs)

Johanna Amaya-Panche
GTA (Blended Learning), School of Philosophy and Art History
Ask me about: Conflict, Reconciliation and Peace-building ; Foreign Aid and International Relations; Latin American Studies and Multiculturalism; Transitions to democracy and transitional justice Research interests: Peacebuilding Reconciliation and Transitional Justice ; Latin American, Multiculturalism and Foreign Policy ; Foreign aid and International Relations
Plamen Andreev
Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of Philosophy and Art History
Research interests: Critical Theory; Philosophy of History; Aesthetics; Genealogy; Marx and Marxist theory; Philosophy of Language
Alison Barker
Graduate Teaching Assistant (CS102/AR150), School of Philosophy and Art History
Rachel Joy Bosler
Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of Philosophy and Art History
Research interests: Critical Theory; Political Philosophy; Social Rights; Socio-Economic Inequalities; Critiques of Liberalism ; Responses to Populism; 'Radical' Left Politics
Hei Chan
Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of Philosophy and Art History
Amelia Horgan
Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of Philosophy and Art History
Research interests: Political philosophy ; feminism ; Marxism; Critical Theory
Libby Johnston
Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of Philosophy and Art History
Constantin Mehmel
Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of Philosophy and Art History
GTA (Blended Learning), School of Philosophy and Art History
Research interests: Phenomenology; Philosophy of Emotion; Philosophy of Psychiatry ; Queer and Feminist Theory; Social Cognition; Hermeneutics (esp. Gadamer)
Franco Palazzi
Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of Philosophy and Art History
Daniel Shipsides
Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of Philosophy and Art History
Carlos Simoes Ferreira E Penha
GTA (Blended Learning), School of Philosophy and Art History
Research interests: International Humanitarian Law; International Human Rights Law; International Criminal Law; Drug Policy; Indigenous Rights
Camille Walker
Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of Philosophy and Art History
Research interests: Phenomenology; Analytic Philosophy of Memory; Theories of the Self and Subjectivity; Metaphysics of Personal Identity; Psychological and Neuroscientific Approaches to Memory/Forgetting; Aesthetics, & Irony.
Ashton Wellsbury
Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of Philosophy and Art History