Current PhD Students
Nicola Crosby is working on the ideas of the symbolic and the allegorical in Kant, Nietzsche and Benjamin (Supervisors: G. Banham, K. Crome).
Patricia Farrell is finishing a thesis on the image of thought in the work of Gilles Deleuze (Supervisors J. Hodge, K. Crome).
Dominic Kelly is writing on Heidegger’s philosophy of art and interpretation of Hoelderlin (Supervisors: U. Haase, K. Crome).
Jonathan Hunt is finishing a thesis on the idea of history in Husserl’s phenomenology (Supervisors: J. Hodge, G. Banham).
Graduated PhD Students
Nigel Hems, Kant and Pure Sensible Synthesis, 2007 (Supervisor G. Banham). Nigel is currently an Associate Lecturer in the Department.
Joaquim Siles Borras, The Ethics of Husserl’s Phenomenology, 2006 (Supervisor: G. Banham).
Roxana Baiasu, Rethinking Transcendental Philosophy: A Comparative Analysis of the Early Heidegger and the later Wittgenstein, 2004 (Supervisor: J. Hodge). Roxana is now a Fixed-Term Lecturer in the History of Philosophy at the University of Leeds.
Mark Sinclair, Heidegger, Aristotle and the Work of Art, 2004 (Supervisor U. Haase). Mark is now Senior Lecturer in the Department.
Keith Crome, The Sophistication of Modernity: Contribution to an Interpretation of Jean-Francois Lyotard’s The Differend, 2001 (Supervisor: U. Haase). Keith is now Senior Lecturer in the Department.
Lars Iyer, Phenomenology, Finitude and Language, 1998 (Supervisor: U. Haase). Lars is now Senior Lecturer in the School of Modern Languages at the University of Newcastle.
Simon Ross, Philosophy and Topology: A Reading of Heidegger’s Parmenides Lectures, 1996 (Supervisor: J. Hodge).