• Profile:

    eric anthamatten-dominguez is a professor of philosophy and humanities at The New School. His primary interests include ehtics, political philosophy, philosophy of art.  He has taught philosophy inside prisons in New York, Connecticut, and Texas for the past 15 years. HIs work has appeared in The New York Times and The Atlantic.

    Degrees Held:

    Ph.D. Philosophy
    MA Philosophy
    B.S. Political Science
    Minor: Music

    Professional Affiliations:

    The New School
    Pratt Institute
    Fordham University

    Recent Publications:

    "Education, Incarceration, Emanciption," for The Atlantic (7.13.15)

    "What Does it Mean to 'Throw Like a Girl'?," in New York Times (8.24.14)

    The Death of Disorientation,” in New York Times (10.5.08)

    Research Interests:

    anthamatten-dominguez completed his Ph.D. at the New School for Social Research, writing a dissertation titled “Pedagogy of the Condemned,” a philosophical engagement of the relationship between education, punishment, and freedom.

    Current Courses:

    [LS] Integrative Seminar 2 (Spring 2021)

    Integrative Seminar 2

    Prisons & Punishment (Spring 2021)