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Curriculum Vita

Jeffrey Bernstein

Associate Professor

Philosophy Department

College of the Holy Cross

1 College Street

Worcester, MA 01610

(508) 793-2499

jbernste@holycross.edu

Education:

Ph.D., Vanderbilt University (Philosophy), May 1998.

M. A., Vanderbilt University (Philosophy), December 1994.

B. A., Clark University (Philosophy), December 1991.

Teaching Experience:

College of the Holy Cross, Associate Professor, Philosophy Department, Fall 2007- present.

College of the Holy Cross, Assistant Professor, Philosophy Department, Fall 2001- Spring 2007.

Clark University, Visiting Assistant Professor, Philosophy Department, 2000-2001.

Miami University of Ohio, Visiting Assistant Professor, Philosophy Department, 1999- 2000.

O'More's School of Design, Guest Lecturer, 1996.

Vanderbilt University, Course Instructor, Teaching Assistant, Guest Lecturer, Tutor, Philosophy Department, Divinity School, 1993-1998.

Clark University, Teaching Assistant, Philosophy Department, 1990.

Courses Taught at Holy Cross:

Advanced Courses:

Seminar: Heidegger, Spring 2015.

Advanced Topics: Philosophy and the Foundations of Law, Spring 2014.

Seminar: Nietzsche, Fall 2010.

Advanced Topics: Philosophy and Psychoanalysis, Spring 2010.

Seminar: Augustine, Spring 2009.

Seminar: Hegel, Fall 2006.

Advanced Topics: Jewish Philosophy, Fall 2005.

Advanced Topics: Rationalism, Fall 2002.

Intermediate Level Courses:

Contemporary Political Philosophy, Spring 2012.

Philosophy of History, Fall 2002, Fall 2006, Fall 2008, Fall 2009, Spring 2011, Fall 2014.

Early Modern Philosophy, Fall 2001, Fall 2003, Fall 2005, Fall 2008, Fall 2010.

Modern Philosophy, Spring 2002, Spring 2006, Spring 2010.

Medieval Philosophy, Spring 2003, Spring 2007, Spring 2015.

Contemporary Continental Philosophy, Fall 2003.

Philosophy and Literature, Fall 2002.

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Introductory Level Courses:

Introduction to Philosophy: 2001-02 academic year, Spring 2003, Fall 2003, 2005-06 2006-07 academic year.

Special Courses:

Mont: This Is Progress?, Spring 2015.

Mont: This Is Humanity?, Fall 2014.

Mont: The Divine Looks Back? (two sections), Spring 2014.

Mont: Looking At The Divine? (two sections), Fall 2013.

Mont: Free At Last? (two sections), Spring 2012.

Mont: This Is Order? (two sections), Fall 2011.

Mont: Your Cheatin’ Heart, Spring 2011.

Mont: Your Lyin’ Eyes, Fall 2010.

Mont: Oh God II: Faith, Spring 2010.

Mont: Oh God I: Concepts, Fall 2009.

Mont: Images of Divinity: Limits, Fall 2008.

Mont: Histories of Divinity: Openings, Spring 2009.

FYPR: Catastrophe II—From the Experience of Chaos to Philosophies of Response (two sections), Spring 2005.

FYPR: Catastrophe I—From Philosophies of Order to the Experience of Chaos (two sections), Fall 2004.

Additional Teaching:

Philosophy Honors Thesis Committee Member, Second Reader, Sean Gleason, Topic:

Schelling and the Unconscious Non-Ground of Self-Consciousness, Spring 2014.

Senior Thesis Committee Member, Third Reader, Jeffrey Danford, Topic: Virtue and Happiness in Aristotle and Kant, Spring 2011.

Montserrat, guest lecturer for Professor Matthew Koss, Fall 2008.

Medieval Philosophy, guest lecturer for Professor John Manoussakis, Spring 2008.

Tutorial: Nietzsche’s Thus Spoke Zarathustra, Spring 2007.

Modern Philosophy, guest lecturer for Professor Joseph Lawrence, Spring 2005.

Introduction to Philosophy, guest lecturer for Professor Shelby Weitzel, Spring 2004.

Modern Philosophy, guest lecturer for Professor J. Kelsey Wood, Spring 2004.

Middle East Politics, guest lecturer for Professor Vickie Langhor, Fall 2003.

Philosophy of Religion, guest lecturer for Professor Jeffrey Bloechl, Spring 2003.

Faculty Sponsor, Washington Program Thesis, Elizabeth Howard, Topic:

Psychological Effects of the Media and their Philosophical Consequences, Spring 2003.

Senior Thesis Committee Member, Second Reader, David Bonagura, Topic: Karol Wotyjwa on Love, Spring 2003.

Metaphysics, Professor guest lecturer for Professor Walter Wright, Clark University, Spring 2003.

Senior Thesis Committee Member, Mike Rodgers, Topic: Augustine and Kant, Spring 2002.

Tutorial: Spinoza, Spring 2002.

Departmental, College and Community Service: 3

Departmental Service:

Director, 2005-2006 Philosophy Colloquium Series.

Speaker at Admissions Open House, Spring 2005.

Guest-Lecturer, Family Weekend, Fall 2004 Search Committee, Philosophy Department, 2003-2004.

Judge for Strain Gold Medal and Markham Memorial Scholarship prizes, Philosophy Department, Spring 2002.

Speaker at Admissions Open House, Spring 2002.

Advisor for Undergraduate Philosophy Group, Spring 2001-Spring 2002.

United Way Team Captain, Philosophy Department, Fall 2001.





College-Wide Service:

Participant in McFarland Center Faculty Research Lunch Discussion, Hogan, Spring 2015.

Participant in McFarland Center Fishbowl about Trigger Warnings in the Classroom, Rehm Library, Fall, 2014.

Committee for Consensual Sexual Relations and Sexual Harassment, 2011-2012.

Committee for Tenure and Promotion, Elected Member, Fall, 2009-Spring 2011.

O’Rorke Seminar on Ethics, Fall 2008-present.

Guest-Lecturer, Alumni Continuing Education Day, Spring, 2009.

Campus Center Advisory Council, 2008-2009 academic year.

Committee for Interdisciplinary and Special Studies, Fall 2004-Spring 2006.

a. Chair of Appointed Committee on Special Programs.

b. Committee on Fenwick Scholarships.

Faculty member for Peace and Conflict Studies concentration, 2002-present.

Faculty member for Medieval and Renaissance Studies concentration, 2003present.

Colloquium on Fundamental Questions, 2002-present.

Committee for Intellectual Maturation, 2002-2003.

Community Service:

“Spinoza on God,” guest-presentation in adult education class “God Shopping”, Congregation B’nai Shalom, Westborough, MA, February 1, 9-10 AM, Spring 2015.

“Spinoza and Law,” adult education class, Adult and Family Jewish Learning Program, 2013-2014, Temple Sinai, Brookline, MA, May 4 & 11, 11-12:30, Spring 2014.

“Spinoza and (the) Enlightenment,” adult education class, Adult and Family Jewish Learning Program, 2011-2012, Temple Sinai, Brookline, MA, March 3 & 11, 11-12:30, Spring 2012.

“Spinoza, Modernity and Us,” adult education class, Adult and Family Jewish Learning Program 2010-2011, Temple Sinai, Brookline, MA, February 6 & 13,11-12:30, Spring 2011.

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“How to Think in Dark Times? The Role of Lessing in Arendt’s and Strauss’s Conceptions of Intellectual Freedom,” Conference of the Association for Jewish Studies, Boston, MA, Fall 2013.

“How to Think in Dark Times? The Role of Lessing in Arendt’s and Strauss’s Conceptions of Intellectual Freedom,” Hannah Arendt’s Eichmann in Jerusalem at 50: A Panel Discussion, Lehigh University, Fall 2013.

“Viewing Maimonides Through A Spinozan Lens: The Argument of the Action of Strauss’s ‘What is Political Philosophy?’” Northeast Politcal Science Association, Boston, MA, November 17, 2012.

“The Paradoxical Transmission of Tradition: Agamben’s Potential Reading of the Rishonim,” American Academy of Religion, San Fransisco, CA, November 21, 2011.

“‘Nature’s God’ as ‘God or Nature’: Jefferson’s Intellectual Kinship with Spinoza,” Philosophy Colloquium Series, Clark University, September 29, 2011.

“‘Nature’s God’ as Deus sive Natura: Spinoza, Jefferson, and the Historical Transmission of the Theological-Political Question”, Religion and Reason in the American Founding, Center for Religion, Ethics, and Culture, College of the Holy Cross, December 3, 2010.

“What is Given in Forgiving?” Yom HaShoah Observance—Holocaust Remembrance Day, St. Francis College, April 16, 2009.

“From Tragedy to Iconoclasm: The Changing Status of Hölderlin in Adorno’s Early and Late Conceptions of History”, The American Society for Aesthetics, 66th Annual Meeting, Northampton, November 8, 2008.

“The Transience of Hölderlin in Adorno’s Early and Late Conceptions of History”, Society for the Philosophy of History, Central Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Chicago, April 19, 2008.

“The Trauma of Moses: Spinoza and Freud on the History of the TheologicalPolitical”, University of Toledo, March 21, 2008, invited presentation.

“Aggadic Moses: Spinoza and Freud on the Traumatic History of TheologicalPolitical Identity”, The New England Seminar in Continental Philosophy, UMass/Lowell, October, 2007.

“Mosaics of the Hebrew State: Reading Spinoza’s and Freud’s Histories in the Light of Adorno and Benjamin”, The Northern New England Philosophical Association, UMass/Dartmouth, October 2007.

“God or History: Schelling’s Appropriation of Spinoza”, California State University at Stanislaus, March 2006; invited presentation.

“Schelling’s Interpretation of the Substance/Mode Relation in Spinoza”, Villanova University, December 2005; invited presentation.

“Historical Teleology as ‘Cunning of Nature’ or ‘Need of Reason’ in Kant’ s ‘Idea for a Universal History’ ”, Philosophy Department Speaker’s Colloquium, College of the Holy Cross, Spring 2004.

“The Production and Consumption of the History of Philosophy: Rethinking Historical Materialism along Spinozistic Lines”, Rethinking Marxism Conference, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Fall 2003.

“Neuroscientific Reflections on Spinoza's Materialism”, Colloquium on Science and the Foundation of Ethics, co-sponsored by Hamilton College and Utica College, Cazenovia, New York, Fall, 2002.

“The Ethics of Spinoza's Physics”, North American Spinoza Society, Central Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Spring 2001.

5 “The Ethics of Spinoza's Physics”, Department of Philosophy, The New School University, Spring 2001; invited presentation.

“Schelling's Relation to Spinoza in the Freiheitschrift”, Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy, The Pennsylvania State University, Fall 2000.

“The Ethics of Spinoza's Physics”, 25th International Conference on Patristic, Medieval, and Renaissance Studies, Villanova University, Fall 2000.

“Love and Friendship in Spinoza's Thinking”, North American Spinoza Society, Pacific Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Berkeley, California, Spring 1999.

“Friendship and Love in Spinoza's Ethics”, 23rd International Conference on Patristic, Medieval, and Renaissance Studies, Villanova University, Fall 1998.

“Truth and Method as Movement in Spinoza's TdIE”, Department of Philosophy, Villanova University, Spring 1998; invisted lecture.

“Truth and Method in Spinoza”, Department of Philosophy, Clark University, Spring 1998; invited lecture.

“Critical Theory and Communication”, Department of Communication, Emerson College, Spring 1998; invited lecture.

“Adorno and Complicity”, Department of Communication, Emerson College, Spring 1998; invited lecture.

“ ‘Self’-Knowledge As The Concomitant Of Freedom And Necessity In Spinoza's Thought”, Tennessee Philosophical Association, Vanderbilt University, Fall 1997.

“ ‘Self’-Knowledge As The Concomitant Of Freedom And Necessity In Spinoza's Thought”, Collaborations Conference, Southern University of Illinois at Carbondale, Spring 1997.

“Imagination and Lunacy in Kant's First Critique and Anthropology”, Tennessee Philosophical Association, Vanderbilt University, Fall 1996.

“Wittgenstein and the 'Abyssal': 'Inverting Necessity' and the Child's'Why'?'”, Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy, DePaul University, Fall 1995.

“Wittgenstein, 'Inverting Necessity' and the Child's 'Why?'”, Mid-South Philosophy Conference, University of Memphis, Spring 1995.

Commentaries on/Responses to Conference Papers:

Commentary on Yoram Hazony’s “The Philosophy of Hebrew Scripture,” Northeast Political Science Association, Philadelphia, Fall 2013.

Commentary on John Manoussakis, Psychology and the Other Conference, Leslie University, Fall 2013.

Commentary on Charles Huenemann and Adam Arola, North American Spinoza Society, Eastern Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Baltimore, Fall, 2007.

“Substance, Mode and History”, North American Spinoza Society, Eastern Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Boston, Fall, 2004.

“My Neighbor, the Anti-humanist”, North American Spinoza Society, Eastern Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Washington D. C., Fall, 2003.

“Evil and Modernity”, Conference on The Anatomy of Evil, College of the Holy Cross, Spring, 2002.

6 “Spinoza and Freud: Therapy as Affective Awareness”, North American Spinoza Society, Pacific Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Albuquerque New Mexico, Spring 2000.

“Normativity”, Pacific Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Spring 2000.

“Benjamin's ‘Divine Violence’ and Spinoza's ‘Conatus’”, North American Spinoza Society, Eastern Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Washington D. C., Fall 1998.

“Method and Materialism in Bacon and Hobbes”, Tennessee Philosophical Association, Vanderbilt University, Fall 1998.

“The Time of `The Time of the Augenblick'”, 32nd Annual Heidegger Conference, Villanova University, Spring 1998.

“ ‘Turning In' In Heidegger's Beitrage”, Mid-South Philosophy Conference, University of Memphis, Spring 1998.



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