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
Amelia Horgan
Graduate Teaching Assistant, School of Philosophy and Art History
Research interests: Political philosophy ; feminism ; Marxism; Critical Theory
Paulina Jimenez Fregoso
GTA (Blended Learning), School of Philosophy and Art History
Ask me about: Intersectionality; Feminism; International Human Rights Law; Inter-American System of Human Rights; Economic, Social and Cultural Rights; Vulnerable Groups; Enforced Disappearances Research interests: Sociology; Criminology; Transitional Justice; Dictatorships; Armed Conflict; Criminal Law
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.