Karmen MacKendrick | Teaching and Administration

Le Moyne College

  • Professor, 2007–present
  • Associate Chair, McDevitt Center for Creativity and Innovation, 2011–present
  • Joseph C. Georg Professor, 2009-2012
  • Associate Department Chair, 2006–2009
  • Associate Professor, 2005–2007
  • Assistant Professor, 2002–2005

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Courses taught

  • Philosophy 101

    Foundations of Western Philosophy

  • Philosophy 110

    Introduction to Western Philosophy

  • Philosophy 201

    Philosophical Perspectives on the Human Condition

  • Philosophy 302

    Issues in Ethics

  • Philosophy 309

    Art and Politics

  • Philosophy 315

    Modern Philosophy

  • Philosophy 316

    Medieval Philosophy

  • Philosophy 318

    Nineteenth Century Philosophy

  • Philosophy 320

    Ancient and Medieval Philosophy

  • Philosophy 409

    Philosophy, Faith and Mystic Union

  • Honors 102

    Ancient and Medieval World

  • Honors 202

    Nineteenth and Twentieth Century

  • Honors 215

    Saints and Sinners, interdisciplinary philosophy and art history course with Prof. Samuel Gruber

  • Honors 215

    Monsters and Monstrosity, interdisciplinary philosophy and religion course with Prof. Shawn Loner

  • Honors 301

    Ways of Knowing

  • Honors 401

    Contemporary World

  • Religion 345

    What Does Prayer Do?

  • Women’s Studies 401

    Senior Theory Seminar

  • Core 400, Transformations

    On Paying Attention: Focus in a World of Distraction

  • Independent Studies

    Philosophy or Honors studies and theses topics including Michel Foucault, Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, hip-hop music, cosmetic surgery, community and identity, the grotesque in Southern literature, Neoplatonism and time, existential psychoanalysis

Aarhus University, Denmark

Invited lecturer, May 2015

  • Week long seminar series with a public lecture, on gender, sex, language and corporeality.

Drew Theological School

Visiting faculty member, 2004

  • Church History 219

    Readings in Medieval Mysticism (M.Div course)

  • Theology 717

    Theology at the Limits of Language (Ph.D course)

  • Biblical Studies 690

    Ph.D. Tutorial on feminist readings of the Annunciation

Gettysburg College

Assistant professor, 1994-1999

  • Philosophy 101

    Introduction to Philosophy

  • Philosophy 105

    Contemporary Moral Issues

  • Philosophy 105

    Issues in Feminism, section of Contemporary Moral Issues

  • Philosophy 206

    Medieval Philosophy

  • Philosophy 208

    Kant and the 19th Century

  • Philosophy 101

    Introduction to Philosophy

  • Philosophy 105

    Contemporary Moral Issues

  • Philosophy 105

    Issues in Feminism, section of Contemporary Moral Issues

  • Philosophy 206

    Medieval Philosophy

  • Philosophy 208

    Kant and the 19th Century

  • Philosophy 334

    Philosophy and Art

  • Philosophy 337

    Philosophy and Religion

  • Philosophy 341

    Contemporary Continental Philosophy

  • First Year Seminar

    Dangerous Literature

State University of New York, Stony Brook

Graduate student, 1990-1994

  • Philosophy 100

    Concepts of the Person

  • Philosophy 104

    Moral Reasoning

  • Philosophy 108

    Critical Reasoning

  • Philosophy 109

    Literature and Human Life

  • Philosophy 100

    Concepts of the Person

  • Philosophy 104

    Moral Reasoning

  • Philosophy 108

    Critical Reasoning

  • Philosophy 109

    Literature and Human Life

  • Philosophy 206

    Introduction to Modern Philosophy

  • Philosophy 264

    Philosophy and the Arts

  • Philosophy 380

    Philosophy and Literature

  • AIM 100

    Remedial Grammar and Composition

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