Communication Studies Faculty
Pablo Muchnik specializes in Kant, early modern philosophy, ethics, and political philosophy. He taught at Siena College (NY) from 2003 to 2010.
He is the author of Kant's Theory of Evil: An Essay on the Dangers of Self-Love and the Aprioricity of History (Lexington Books, 2009), editor of the first two volumes of Rethinking Kant (Cambridge Scholar Publishers, Vol. I, 2008; Vol. II, forthcoming), co-editor (with Sharon Anderson-Gold) of Kant's Anatomy of Evil (Cambridge University Press, 2010), and director of the series Kantian Questions from Cambridge Scholar Publishers. Dr. Muchnik is the recipient of various national and international scholarships and awards, and is currently vicepresident of the North American Kant Society.
In addition to the North American Kant Society, Dr. Muchnik is also involved in the following professional activities and projects:
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Dr. Linda Gallant has accepted an international research fellowship with Mobile Studies, which focuses on the global study of mobile media and communication across cultures and countries. Mobile Studies advances an interdisciplinary approach among mobile media and communication scholars. A goal is also to facilitate research and knowledge between academic researchers and “key players in the mobile industry.” Dr. Gallant will conduct research with the institute to be published in Mobile Yearbook 2014 and presented at its 2014 annual conference.