Yesterday — April 14th, 2011 — I successfully defended my dissertation, Empty and Filled Intentions in Husserl’s Early Work. This means I’ll be graduating in a month with my Ph.D.
In preparation for my new degree, my site has undergone a significant redesign and upgrade. Check out my updated About page, my CV, links to class handouts and other unpublished pieces (Writings page) by Yours Truly, and my new-and-improved Contact page.
I’ll be updating this blog periodically, as well as the About, CV, and Writings pages. For even more up-to-date news, follow me on Twitter (@MicahTillman). There are a lot of us philosophers on Twitter; if you don’t tweet yet, feel free to join in!
I’m very much looking forward to becoming “Dr.” Tillman, but I’m also very much looking forward to continuing to do what I love: teaching, writing, and researching philosophy.
So, if your school or department is looking for someone who loves to teach philosophy, I’m on the market for a teaching position (of any kind) beginning in Fall 2011. My AOS is phenomenology, and my AOCs are ethics, history of philosophy, and philosophy of mind (see my CV for more information).
Thanks for dropping by!