GCAS E-School Faculty
Rocco Gangle is Professor of Philosophy at Endicott College. He is the author of Francois Laruelle’s Philosophies of Difference: A Critical Introduction and Guide (EUP 2013) and Diagrammatic Immanence: Category Theory and Philosophy (EUP 2016), co-author of Iconicity and Abduction (Springer 2017) and co-editor of Superpositions: Laruelle and the Humanities (Rowman and Littlefield 2017). His research focuses on semiotics, diagrammatic logic, metaphysics and political philosophy.
Rawan Hassan graduated with a fine arts degree from the University of Damascus. After civil unrest she and her family were forced into exile into Europe. Rawan Hassan works with sculpture, paint, and drawing.
Erin Yerby, PhD Columbia University in Anthropology and a BA from Duke University
Eric Cheyfitz, PhD is the Ernest I. White Professor of American Studies and Humane Letters at Cornell University, where he has served as director of the American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program, the faculty coordinator of the Mellon-Mays Undergraduate Fellowship Program, and the director of the Mellon Post-doctoral Diversity Seminar. He teaches American literatures, American Indian literatures, and U.S. federal Indian law and has published four books: The Transparent: Sexual Politics in the Language of Emerson (1981); The Poetics of Imperialism: Translation and Colonization from The Tempest to Tarzan (1991, 1997
Dejan Lukic received a PhD in anthropology from Columbia University. He is a faculty member in the Art Writing department at the School of Visual Arts in New York, and has previously taught at Reed College, Rutgers University, The New School, and Columbia University. He has published two books, Phantom Territoriality (Bloomsbury, 2014) and Elemental Disappearances (Punctum, 2016), and numerous essays on art and politics. He is currently writing two manuscripts: a) “The Charismatic Image” (on the nature of charisma) and b) “Sickness Unto Life” (on delirium of literature as a form of health). He runs Step Not Beyond Summer school on the Adriatic island and a philoso-therapy practice.
PhD, Trinity College Dublin (BA Uni. of Pennsylvania) Farah is an educator and community activist with firm roots in local and global solidarity advocacy. Passionate about working with grassroots, bottom-up projects that nurture popular struggle for social change, Farah is delighted to be joining the An Cosán VCC team in building a more inclusive society.
Genevieve Sartor is completing her PhD at Trinity College Dublin, where she teaches. She holds an MScR in Critical Theory from the University of Edinburgh, and a BA (Hons) in Literature and Philosophy from Concordia University, Montreal. Her interdisciplinary doctoral work concerns an archive-based (James) Joycean critique of Jacques Lacan’s late work in conjunction with Gilles Deleuze’s and Felix Guattari’s concept of schizoanalysis. She is editor of James Joyce and Genetic Criticism (Brill 2017), and has publications forthcoming in the Journal of Modern Literature and Deleuze Studies.
Christiana Moschou is a theater director and PhD candidate at a joint doctoral program between the Educational Research Institute of Veracruz State University in Mexico and the Faculty of Fine Arts, School of Drama at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in Greece. Her dissertation is on Democratic Education through Community Theatre. She holds a master´s degree in Psychopedagogy of Inclusion from Aristotle University and two bachelor’s degrees from University of Athens, one in Theatre Studies and one in Philosophy-Pedagogy- Psychology, major in Psychology.