Eric Anthamatten

Eric Anthamatten

Eric Anthamatten received his Ph.D. from the New School for Social Research in New York City. His work focuses on philosophy, education, and social justice, more specifically on issues surrounding education in marginal, non-traditional, and non-academic settings: the prison, adult education, the homeless. Eric received an M.A. in Philosophy from Texas A&M University as well as a Bachelor of Science in Political Science and a minor in electronic music. He has taught philosophy since 2001 at various institutions in Texas and New York, ranging from community colleges to small privates schools, from major public universities to maximum security prisons in rural Texas. He is also an instructor of martial arts in Manhattan, where he teaches students ranging from age three to sixty-three, a pedagogical scene that he sees as continuous with his philosophical work. 

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Contributors

July 25, 2016

A review of Chancers by Susan Stellin and Graham MacIndoe

February 12, 2014

In Samuel Beckett's classic play 'Waiting for Godot,' two characters wait...and wait...for the arrival of a fellow named Godot.

August 29, 2013

Joana Vasconcelos' art has been described as feminist, political, and provocative.

June 26, 2013

With Alan Cumming performing every major role.

April 24, 2013

An ethical consideration of torture and the hunt for a faceless Osama bin Laden.

July 3, 2012

In the Basements of Buildings, the Beast Stirs

February 10, 2011

Eric Anthamatten reviews this revolutionary moral allegory and masterpiece of global cinema.

June 4, 2010

Prison and the treatment of prisoners is reflective of society at large. If they are silenced, what does it say about us?