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Andreas Teuber

Curriculum Vitae

Professor Andreas Teuber
Philosophy
Department



EDUCATION

    Harvard College, B. A.

    Oxford University, St. John's College,
    (Tutor in Philosophy: Paul Grice)

    Harvard University, Ph. D. in Philosophy
    (Dissertation Advisors: John Rawls & Robert Nozick)



ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

  • Associate Professor with tenure, Department of Philosophy,
    Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts, 1991

  • Visiting Fellow, Center for Literary and Cultural Studies,
    Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1988-90

  • Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy
    Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts, 1985-90<

  • Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy
    Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts, 1984-85

  • Visiting Fellow, Kennedy School of Government
    Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1983-84 (NEH Fellowship)

  • Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science
    University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, 1981-83

    Member and Fellow, The Institute for Advanced Study
    School of Social Science, Princeton, New Jersey, 1980-81

  • Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science
    University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, 1978-80



HONORS AND AWARDS

  • Winner of the 2nd Annual Brandeis Hillel Latke-Hammentaschen Debate
  • Mazer Award for Faculty Research
  • The Kermit H. Perlmutter Fellowship Award for Teaching Excellence
  • The Michael Laban Walzer Award for Excellence in Teaching
  • National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship
  • Institute for Advanced Study Fellowship
  • Fulbright Fellowship, Oxford University
  • Woodrow Wilson Fellowship
  • Harvard Graduate Prize Fellowship
  • Phi Beta Kappa, Harvard College


PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

  • American Philosophical Association


PRIMARY TEACHING AND RESEARCH INTERESTS

Political Philosophy, Ethics, Aesthetics, 19th Century Social and Political Philosophy, The Moral and Political Philosophy of John Stuart Mill, Philosophy of Law, Human Rights, Democratic Theory, Theories of Justice, International Law, Film Theory and Criticism, Philosophy and Literature


ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

  • Head Tutor, Committee on Degrees in Social Studies, Harvard University, 1973-75
    Member, Search Committee for a Senior Position, Department of Political Science, University of Washington, 1978
  • Member, Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, Department of Political Science, University of Washington, 1978-80; 1981-83
  • Member, General Education Committee, Univ. of Washington, 1978-82
  • Member, College Honors Council, University of Washington, 1978-80
  • Member, Social Science Council, University of Washington, 1979-80
  • Political Philosophy Section Chair, Western Political Science Association Program Committee, 1980-81
  • Member, Awards Committee, Political Science, Univ. of Washington, 1982-83
  • Member, Phi Beta Kappa Selection Committee, Brandeis University, 1985-
  • Member, Center for the Humanities Faculty Seminar, Brandeis Univ., 1985-92
  • Faculty Advisor, Philosophy Club, Brandeis University, 1985-87
  • First-Year Advisor, Brandeis University, 1985-
  • Faculty Advisor, Amnesty International, Brandeis University, 1986-
  • Career Advisor, Department of Philosophy, Brandeis University, 1986-90
  • Member, Committee for the School of Humanities University Studies Program, Brandeis University, 1986-2003
  • Member, Advisory Committee on Shareholder Responsibility, Brandeis University, 1986-87
  • Member, Educational Policy Committee, Brandeis University, 1987-88
  • Member, European Cultural Studies Program Committee, 1988-1991
  • Undergraduate Advising Head, Department of Philosophy, Brandeis University, 1986-1992
  • First Year Student Advisor, Department of Philosophy, Brandeis University, 1993-
  • Minors Advising Head, Department of Philosophy, Brandeis University, 1993-1995
  • Honors Program in Philosophy Coordinator, Department of Philosophy, Brandeis University, 1993-
  • Graduate School Advisor, Department of Philosophy, Brandeis University, 1993-
  • Web Master, Department of Philosophy, Brandeis University, 1999 -2910
  • Member, Advisory Committee to the Hiatt Career Center, 1999 -2000
  • Faculty Mentor to the Class of 2004, Office of Academic Affairs, 2000-2004
  • Member, Advisory Commitee to the Library Archives, 2000 -
  • Member, Committee to Hire CIMTECH Technical Support Staff, 1999-2000
  • Member, Task Force to Develop A Campus-Wide Computer Use Policy, 2000-2002
  • Member, Leadership Team, International Center for Ethics, Justice and Public Life, 1999-2002
  • President, Phi Beta Kappa, Brandeis Chapter, 2001-2010
  • Member, Executive Committee, Peace and Conflict Studies, 2000 -
  • Member, Legal Studies Executive Committee, 1999-
  • Member, Ethics Initiative Focus Group, 2002
  • Chair, Search Committee, Allen-Berenson Visiting Professorship in Philosophy and Women's Studies, 2002-2003
  • Search Committee for Tenure-Track Position in Philosophy, 2003
  • Chair, Search Committee, Allen-Berenson Visiting Professorship in Philosophy and Women's Studies, 2003, 2004
  • Member DELVE Planning Committee, (Dialogus, Engagement
    and Leadership Through Values and Ethics, 2003
  • Member, Executive Committee, Social Justice and Social Policy Program, 2005 -
  • Member, Executive Committee, Cultural Production Program 2007 -
  • Member, Search and Interview Committees, Assistant Professor of Epistemology and/or Philosophy of Science, 2005
  • Member, Search and Interview Committees, Assistant Professor and Kay Fellow in Ethics, 2006
  • President, Phi Beta Kappa, Brandeis Chapter, 2001-2010
  • Member, Interdisciplinary Arts and Humanities Committee, 2006 -2009
  • Member, Humanities Council, 2006 -2010
  • Member, Doris Brewer Cohen Awards Committee, 2006 -2010
  • Member, Interdisciplinary Arts and Humanities Committee, 2006-2009
  • Interim Director of Graduate Studies (DGS) for the Masters Program 2008
  • Philosophy Department Curriculum Coordinator, 2008-2010
  • Web Master for New Department Website and Pages, 2008-2010
  • Acting Advising Head, Department of Philosophy, Fall 2009
  • Member, MA Program Curriculum Committee, Department of Philosophy, 2008 -2010
  • Member, MA Philosophy Curriculum Committee, Department of Philosophy, 2010 -2
  • Member, MA Program Admissions Committee, Department of Philosophy, 2008 -
  • Member, MA Graduate Advisory Committee, Department of Philosophy, 2009 -
  • Chair, Department of Philosophy, Brandeis University, 2006 - 2010


PRESENTATIONS AND COLLOQUIA

  • "Is There a Presumption in Favor of Equality?" Philosophy Club
    University of Masschusetts, April 1977

  • "Respect for Persons," Philosophy Colloquium, University of Washington, March 1978

  • "Political Justifications: A Reply to Terrence Cooke," Annual Meeting of the Pacific Northwest Political Science Association, April 1978

  • "Political Authority," Annual Meeting of the Western Political Science Association, Portland, Oregon, March 1979

  • "Simone Weil on Equality," Annual meetings of the American Political Science Association, Washington, D. C., September 1979

  • "The Social and Political Thought of Jurgen Habermas," Annual Meetings of the American Political Science Association, Washington, D. C., September 1979

  • "Exit, Voice, and the Secret Ballot," Annual Public Choice Meetings, San Francisco, California, March 1980

  • "The Political Thought of Jurgen Habermas," Roundtable Discussion with Hanna Pitkin and Jurgen Habermas, Western Conference for the Study of Political Thought, Berkeley, California, March 1980

  • "Machiavelli on Lying," Department of Philosophy, Universit of Puget Sound, Tacoma, Washington, May 1980

  • "Lying in Politics," Philosophy Colloquium, University of Washington, June 1980

  • "Society and Politics in the Writings of Hannah Arendt," Annual American Political Science Association Meetings, Washington, D. C., September 1980

  • "The Secret Ballot: How Progressive a Reform?" The Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, New Jersey, March 1981

  • "The Democratic Case Against the Secret Ballot," Joint Colloquium sponsored by the Departments of Philosophy at Haverford College and Department of Political Science at Bryn Mawr, March 1981

  • "Social Justice," Roundtable Discussion with Richard Flathman and Bruce Ackerman of Bruce Ackermans Social Justice in the Liberal State, Annual Western Political Science Association Meetings, Denver, Colorado, March 1981

  • "Democracy and Equality," Roundtable Discussion with Amy Gutmann and Jane Mansbridge, Annual Western Political Science Association Meetings, Denver, Colorado, March 1981

  • "Mill's Case Against the Secret Ballot," Philosophy Colloquium, Queens College, New York, May 1981

  • "Philosophical Implications of Secret Voting," Session on the History of Ethics, J. B. Schneewind, chair, Annual American Philosophical Association Meetings, Baltimore, Maryland, December 1982

  • "The Democratic Case Against the Secret Ballot," Yale Legal Theory Workshop, Owen Fiss, chair, Yale Law School, Yale University, New Haven Connecticut, March 1984

  • "The Virtues of Democratic Citizens," Social Theory Group, Center for European Studies, Harvard University, October 1984

  • "John Stuart Mill and the Pursuit of Virtue," Department of Philosophy, Brandeis University, March 1985 "Rethinking Human Rights as Foreign Policy Goal," Providence College, Providence, Rhode Island, March 1985

  • "The Democratic Case Against the Secret Ballot," Annual American Political Science Association Meetings, New Orleans, September 1985

  • "Why Philosophy?" Faculty at Work Seminar, Brandeis University, October 1985

  • "Is School Prayer Constitutional?" Framingham State College, Department of Philosophy, Framingham, Massachusetts, November 1985

  • "The Ethics of AIDS Testing," Philosophy Club, Brandeis University, February 1986

  • "American Cult and Culture of the Fifties: The Films of James Dean," Communiversity, Brandeis University, March 1986

  • "The Philosophy of Democracy," Roundtable Discussion, Philosophy Club, Brandeis University, April 1986

  • "Politics as Character Formation," Annual American Political Science Association Meetings, Washington, D. C., September 1986

  • "Political Diversity and the Value of Commitment," Framingham State College, Framingham, Massachusetts, November 1986

  • "The Look, the Gaze, and the Photograph," Faculty Seminar, Humanties Center, Brandeis University, November 1986

  • "Changing Images of the Underworld: On the Waterfront and The Godfather, Communiversity, Brandeis University, February 1987

  • "Interpreting the Constitution," Center for Literary Studies Conference on Post-structuralism and Law: Literary Interpretation and Legal Theory, Northeastern University, Boston, April 1987

  • "Human Rights at Home and Abroad," Symposium for the Class of 1962 with Lawrence Fuchs, Judge Barbara Levine Hassenfeld-Rutberg, and Representative Steven Solarz, Brandeis University, May 1987

  • "How Does the Constitution Mean?" Alumni College Symposium: Civil Liberties and the Constitution: Old Rights in a New Age, June 1987

  • "Risk in America," participant in conference sponsored by the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Georgetown University Medical School, Washington D. C., September 1987

  • "Character and Morality," participant, Radcliffe College, Cambridge, Massachusetts, April 1987

  • "Literature and Theory," Center for Literary and Cultural Studies, Harvard University, April 1987

  • "The Case against Socrates," Belmont School, Belmont, Massachusetts, November 1987

  • "Pods, Blobs, Oooze, and Grime: Hollywood's Science Fiction Vision of Us and Them," Communiversity, Brandeis University, March 1988

  • "Is Photography an Art?" Belmont High School, Belmont, Massachusetts, April 1988

  • "The Freedom of Thought, Address to the Class of 1992, Convocation Ceremonies, Spingold Auditorium, Brandeis University, September 1988

  • "Ethics and the Presidency," Los Angeles and San Francisco Chapters of the Brandeis Alumni Association, Los Angeles and San Francisco, California, January 1989

  • "Looking into Pictures: The Viewer and the Viewed in Painting and Photography," Lowell Lecture, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, May 1989

  • "The Origin of the Camera Eye," Brandeis House, New York, New York, November 1989

  • "Looking at Pictures," Lowell Lecture Series, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, December 1989

  • "Why does Hamlet Delay? - Role-playing in Shakespeare," University-on-Wheels Program, Long Island Chapter with Professor Alan Levitan, April 27, 1992

  • "Ten Legal Puzzles," Key-note Speaker at the Annual Conference of the National Women's Committee, June 12, 1992.

  • "Democracy and Justice," University-on-Wheels Program, New England Chapter with Professor Jeffrey Abramson, October 1, 1992

  • "Romanticism and Realism in Nineteenth Century Painting and Photography," Needham High School, March 1993

  • "Hamlet's Problem," Waltham High School, May 1993

  • "Joseph Brodsky" Symposium on Brodsky's Life and Work, Department of Slavic Languages and Literature, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, February 1995

  • "What is a Crime?" University-on-Wheels Program, Naples, Florida, January 1995 "The Nature of Criminal Responsibility?" University-on-Wheels Program, Sarasota, Florida. January 1995

  • "What is a Crime?" University-on-Wheels Program, Clearwater, Florida, January 1995

  • "Twenty-One Legal Puzzlers: Conundrums in the Criminal Law," University-on-Wheels Program, Santa Barbara, California, January 1997

  • "Twenty-One Legal Puzzlers: Conundrums in the Criminal Law," University-on-Wheels Program, Ventura, California, January 1997

  • "Twenty-One Legal Puzzlers: Conundrums in the Criminal Law," University-on-Wheels Program, Mira Mar, California, January 1997

  • "Twenty-One Legal Puzzlers: Conundrums in the Criminal Law," University-on-Wheels Program, Chicago Illinois, March 1997

  • "Twenty-One Legal Puzzlers: Conundrums in the Criminal Law," University-on-Wheels Program, Detroit, Michigan, April 16, 1997

  • "Public Lives/Private Lives: Morals, Ethics and You" Panel Discussion with Professor Mary Davis from American Studies and Joe Bergantino from WBZ-TV News, New England Region of the Brandeis University National Women's Committee Annual University Outreach Program, April 12, 1998

  • "Is Privacy Still a Right? - The Rise and Decline of Privacy Protection" - paper delivered to the New York Chapters of the BUNWC on November 15, 1998.

  • "How is the U. S. Constitution Like the Ten Commandments?" - paper presented at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference for the BUNWC on November 19. 1998

  • "Should NATO Forces Intervene in Kosovo?" - Panel discussion sponsored by the International Center for Ethics, Justice and Public Life, March 1999

  • "The Care We Owe to Our Neighbors: Duty to Rescue Law and the Welfare State" - paper presented to the Faculty Seminar led by Robert Reich at the Heller School on October 19, 1999.

  • "Why Privacy Matters?" paper delivered to the Long Island Chapters of the BUNWC in November, 1999

  • "How is the U. S. Constitution Like the Ten Commandments?" - paper presented to the Fall River Chapter for the BUNWC in April, 2000

  • "The Transfiguration of the Commonplace," paper delivered for Brainwaves symposium on the work of Clay Ketter and George Stoll on exhibit at the Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University, October 3, 2000

  • "Aesthetic Sensibility and the Perception of Others: Rethinking Justice and What Justice Requires," paper delivered to the seminar series sponsored by the Brandeis Initiative in Intercommunal Coexistence, November, 2000

  • "Do We Still Have A Right To Privacy?" paper delivered to the Naples Chapter of the BUNWC, Naples, Florida, January 2001

  • "Twenty-One Legal Puzzlers: Conundrums in the Criminal Law" paper delivered to the Dade county Chapter of the BUNWC, South Miami, Florida, January 2001

  • "Slavery and the Holocaust: The Dilemma Judges Face When They Must Interpret Immoral Laws" paper delivered to the Miami Chapter of the BUNWC, Miami Beach, Florida, January 2001

  • "Slavery and the Holocaust: The Dilemma Judges Face When They Must Interpret Immoral Laws" paper delivered to the Orlando Chapter of the BUNWC, Orlando, Florida, January 2001

  • "Slavery and the Holocaust: The Dilemma Judges Face When They Must Interpret Immoral Laws" paper delivered to the Jacksonville Chapter of the BUNWC, Jacksonville, Florida, January 2001

  • "Do We Still Have a Right to Vote? - Election 2000 and the Future of Democracy," The New York Society for General Semantics, 2001 Lecture Series, Albert Ellis Institute, 45 East 65 St., New York, New York, February 1, 2001

  • "What Is Happiness?" Teach-In, Brandeis University Orientation 2001, Golding 101, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts, August 28, 2001

  • "Twenty-One Legal Puzzlers," Westboro Chapter of the Brandeis University National Women's Committee, Congregation B'nai Shalom, Westboro, Massachusetts, September 20, 2001.

  • "Twenty-One Legal Puzzlers," Faculty Lecture Series, Family Weekend 2001, Luria 3, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts, November 3, 2001.

  • "Science Fostering Art: Painting, Optics and the Camera Obscura," 2001 Sigma Xi Forum Program, Science, the Arts and the Humanities: Connections and Collisions, Sigma Xi Annual Meeting, Sheraton Capital Center, Raleigh, North Carolina, November 8-9, 2001

  • "Trees and Bodies," Panel Discussion in conjunction with the Art Exhibit, "The Intimate Life of Trees: New Collaborations," Women's Studies Research Center, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts, November 15, 2002

  • "Art & Optics: Towards an Evaluation of David Hockney's New Theories of Opticality in Western Painting of the past 600 Years," New York Institute for the Humanities, Tischman Center, NYU Law School, WashingtonSquare, New York, New York, December 1-2, 2001.

  • "The Future of Political Life in America: Civic Renewal, Deliberative Democracy and the End of Politics-As-Usual," paper delivered to the Pompano Beach Chapter of the BUNWC, Pompano Beach, Florida, January 9, 2002

  • "The Future of Political Life in America: Civic Renewal, Deliberative Democracy and the End of Politics-As-Usual," paper delivered to the Boynton Beach Chapter of the BUNWC, South County Civic Center, Delray Beach, Florida, January 11, 2002

  • "The Future of Political Life in America: Civic Renewal, Deliberative Democracy and the End of Politics-As-Usual," paper delivered to the Boca Raton Beach Chapter of the BUNWC, Boca Raton, Florida, January 14, 2002

  • "The Future of Political Life in America: Civic Renewal, Deliberative Democracy and the End of Politics-As-Usual," paper delivered to the Palm Beach Chapter of the BUNWC, Palm Beach, Florida, January 15, 2002

  • "What is Modern Art?" Rose Art Museum, Lecture Series, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts, April 25, 2002.

  • "Mathematical vs. Optical Perspective: The Implications for Art and Art History" paper presented as part of the symposium on "Picturing Space: Methods, Implications And Meaning, Society for Literature and Science," California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, California, October 12, 2002

  • "Attempting the Impossible," paper delivered to the San Diego Chapter of the BUNWC, San Diego, California, January 6, 2003

  • "Attempting the Impossible," paper delivered to the Laguna Beach Chapter of the BUNWC, Laguna Beach, California, January 7, 2003

  • "Attempting the Impossible," paper delivered to the San Fernando Valley Chapter of the BUNWC, San Fernando, California, January 9, 2003

  • "Attempting the Impossible," paper delivered to the Los Angeles Chapter of the BUNWC, Los Angeles, California, January 10, 2003

  • "The Crime That Never Was: Resolving Certain Dilemmas in Criminal Attempt Law," paper delivered to the New England Chapter of the BUNWC, Waltham, Massachusetts, April 27, 2003
  • "Art Matters: Beauty and the End of Art History," paper delivered to the Humanities Faculty Seminar, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts, April 30, 2003. <
  • "The Museum's Role in the Making and Un-Making of Modern Art," Rose Art Museum, Lecture Series, Brandeis, University, Waltham, Massachusetts, October 23, 2003.

  • "Making It in Hollywood: From College to the Big Screen One Person's Experience and Lessons To Be Learned." Seminar Leader for the First Annual Sundeis Film Festival, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts, April 18, 2004.

  • Main Speaker at the First Annual Latke-Hammentashen Debate Sponsored by Brandeis Hillel, March 5, 2004

  • Leader of a "Conversation in the Gallery " on Abstract Expressionist Art at the Rose, October, 2004, The Rose Art Museum, Brandeis University

  • "Seven Deadly Films by Alfred Hitchcock: Reflections on Rear Window," October 2004. Wasserman Auditorium, International Building, Brandeis University.

  • "What do Princess Diana and Jody Foster Have In Common?"," paper delivered to two New Jersey Chapters of the "University on Wheels" Program under the auspices of the Brandeis National Women's Committee, Essex County, New Jersey, April 14, 2005

  • "Wallace Shawn's 'The Fever'," panel discussion with Louise Kennedy, critic, The Boston Globe , as part of the "Inside the Issues" series sponsored by the Lowell Institute at the Old South Meeting House, Boston, Massachusetts, April 17, 2005.

  • Co-convener, "Privacy Rites: Space, Surveillance, and Power in Historical Perspective," November 8, 2006, Levine-Ross, Hassenfeld Conference Center, Brandeis University.

  • "Why did the Athenians Kill Socrates?" Greek Studies in the Schools May 17, 2006,

  • The Examined Life: Syllabus for Fellowship Graduate Course http://www.gnothisauton.info/fellowships/fellows_Courses.html

  • Co-convener, "Visualizing Science: Image-Making in the Constitution of Scientific Knowledge (an interdisciplinary symposium), October 24, 2007, Rose Art Museum,

  • "Works of Art Viewing Viewers View Works of Art: Thomas Struth's Museum Photographs," Rose Art Symposium on "Channel Surfing: Collapsing Boundaries in Contemporary Art and Culture," February 14, 2008, The Rose Art Museum, Brandeis

  • "Being Struck: The Role of Wonder in Education and Philosophy," an Interdisciplinary Symposium on "The Pedagogy of the Imagination," March 4, 2008, Rose Art Museum,

  • Program Instructor, "Why did the Athenians Kill Socrates?" Greek Studies Program in the Schools for the Professional Development of Public School Faculty, May , 2008, Saturday, 9:00 AM 12:00 Noon

  • Presenter, Panel Discussant and Participant: "When Hollywood Came To Oxford: Remembering Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor in the Nevill Coghill / OUDS production of Dr Faustus, " Oxford Playhouse, Oxford England, September 20th 2008

  • Moderator and Presenter, "EXAMINED LIFE: Philosophy in the Streets" (film) The Brattle Theatre in Cambridge (Harvard Square), Zeitgeist Films, directed by Astra Taylor, featuring philosophers: Peter Singer, Martha Nussbaum, Kwamne Anthony Appiah, Slavoj Zizek, Judith Butler, Cornel West, Sunaura Taylor, Avital Ronell, Michael Hardt, April 3 and 6, 2009

  • Participant, "JUSTICE FOR HEDGEHOGS: A Conference on Ronald Dworkin's Forthcoming Book," Boston University's School of Law, September 25-26, 2009

  • "The Hunting of the Snark: Looking for and Finding Human Rights in International Law and the U. S. Constitution." The Degree to which the U.S. is Answerable to International Institutions Regarding Human Rights" paper presented at HUMAN RIGHTS IN THE USA" A CONFERENCE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT, organized by the Human Rights Institute & UConn Law School UConn Law School, Hartford. William R. Davis Courtroom, Starr Hall, October 22-23, 2009

  • Presentation and Panel Discussion for "Shame: Work by Roberta Paul" art opening of the WSRC exhibition of Roberta Paul's work on creation, science and shame, Oct. 26, 2009, Kniznick Gallery, Brandeis University.

  • Discussant, "Open Forum on Creative Pedagogy," Rose Art Museum, Brandeis November 17, 2009

  • Participant, "RIGHTS, EQUALITY AND JUSTICE: A Conference Inspired by the Moral and Legal Theory of David Lyons ." Boston University's School of Law: March 12, 2010, 1:15 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. March 13, 2010, 9:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

  • Organizer of and Participant in "THIS PROGRESS" at the GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM, New York, January 29 - March 10, 2010 in celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Frank Lloyd Wright Building.


PUBLICATIONS AND CURRENT RESEARCH

  • AMERICAN JOURNEY: THE TIMES OF ROBERT KENNEDY, Edited by George Plimpton and Jean Stein, Harcourt-Brace, 1970 (Contributor)

  • RISK: PUBLIC HEALTH AND RISK ASSESSMENT, Edited by Edward J. Burger, Jr., M.D. University of Michigan Press, 1993 (Contributor)

  • "The Relevant Reasons for Distributing Health Care," SOUTHERN JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHY, Volume XIX, Number 4, Winter, 1981, pp. 517-530

  • "Simone Weil: Equality as Compassion," PHILOSOPHY AND PHENOMENOLOGICAL RESEARCH, Volume XLIII, No. 2, December 1982, pp. 221-237.

  • "Kant's Respect for Persons," POLITICAL THEORY, Volume II, Number 3, August, 1983, pp. 369-392.

  • "A Defense of Pluralism and Equality: Michael Walzer's Spheres of Justice," POLITICAL THEORY, Volume V, Number 1, February, 1984, pp. 118-123.

  • "Absent Framers: On the Continuous American Constitution," THE LONDON REVIEW OF BOOKS, Volume 10, Number 7, March, 1988, pp. 23-26.

  • "Justifying Risk," DAEDALUS, JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES, Volume 119, Number 4, Fall 1990, pp. 235-254.

  • "Victims' Rights: Justice or Revenge?" IMPRINT, Volume 20, Number 2, Spring 2000

  • "The Freedom of Thought" ET CETERA - A REVIEW OF GENERAL SEMANTICS Volume Fifty-Nine, Number One, Summer 2001

  • "Camera Obscurities: The Use of Optical Devices by the Old Masters," THE AMERICAN SCIENTIST, Volume 90, No. 2, March-April 2002

  • "Agreeing to Disagree," U. S. NEWS & WORLD REPORT SPECIAL ISSUE, June 28, 2004

  • "On Playing Mephistopheles" in CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE'S DR. FAUSTUS (FOCUS ON PERFORMANCE) , eds by James Lake, Focus Publishers, December 2004

  • Forward to "ARE YOU A MACHINE? THE BRAIN, THE MIND AND WHAT IT MEANS TO BE HUMAN, by Eliezer Sternberg, Humanity Books (2007).

  • "When Is It Murder?" NEWSDAY, October 29, 2007: Sunday Magazine

  • "Omissions & Duty to Rescue: What Do Kitty Genovese, Princess Diana and Sherrice Iverson Have in Common?". STUDY GUIDE, Brandeis National Committee: 2009.

  • "The Crime That Never Was: The Justice of Criminal Attempt Law". STUDY GUIDE, Brandeis National Committee: 2009.

  • "Negligent Homicide or a Mother's Love? Crimes Committed for Good Reason and with the Best Intentions". STUDY GUIDE , Brandeis National Committee: 2009.

  • "THIS PROGRESS," art project and new performance piece with German artist Tino Sehgal commissioned by the GUGGENEHIM MUSEUM in celebration of the Guggenheim's 50th Anniversary, January 29 - March 10, 2010.


ARTISTIC CREATIIONS ON FILM AND VIDEO:

  • DR. FAUSTUS (DVD). Columbia Pictures Tri-Star, 2006

  • THE IMPORTED BRIDEGROOM (DVD). The National Center for Jewish Film, 2007.

  • THE BIG VALLEY (DVD). 20TH CENTURY FOX, 2006.

  • JESUS: A PASSION PLAY FOR AMERICANS (VIDEO). N.E.T. Playhouse, Library of Congress, 2007.

  • I SPY (DVD). 20TH CENTURY FOX, 2008.


CV SUPPLEMENT

Theatre Productions 1987 - 1998

  • AN ENTERTAINMENT at the JFK Library
    Poetry, music, and drama by Seamus Heaney, Samuel Beckett, Mary Manning, Grant Keener, W. B. Yeats, and Richard Wilbur with Seamus Heaney, Robin Howard, Kate Maguire, Etain O'Malley, John Mansfield, Lois Smith, directed by Andreas Teuber JFK Library at Columbia Point, Boston September 1987

  • MY UNCLE'S DREAM
    By Fyodor Dostoyevsky Translated and adapted by Vlada Petric and Robert Evans with Martha Fehsenfeld. Jerome Kilty, Mary Manning, John Mansfield, Etain O'Malley, Dossy Peabody, Jane Quincy, and Andreas Teuber Directed by Andreas Teuber Cambridge, Massachusetts, January 1988

  • AN EVENING WITH JOSEPH BRODSKY
    With Joseph Brodsky, Seamus Heaney, Wallace Shawn, and Derek Walcott, Conceived and directed by Andreas Teuber Loeb Drama Center in Cambridge February 1988

  • AN EVENING AT SANDOVER
    by James Merrill With James Merrill, Leah Doyle, and Peter Hooten Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts April 1988

  • THE LOSS OF THE SCHOONER KESTREL
    By Richard Morris Dey with Richard Dey, William Cavness, and John Mansfield directedby Andreas Teuber Fayerwether Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts, May 1988

  • BLUES
    By John Hersey With Robert Brustein, Jerome Kilty, and Kathryn Walker, adapted and directed by Andreas Teuber Katherine Cornell Theatre in Vineyard Haven August 1988

  • THE T. S. ELIOT CENTENNIAL
    With William Alfred, Robert Brustein, William Cavness, Stockard Channing, Amy Clampitt, William Corbett, Virginia Eskin, Robert Giroux, Peter Gomes, Donald Hall, Stephen Hanan, Anthony Hecht, Jerome Kilty, Andrew Osborn, Robert Pinsky, Christopher Ricks, Paul Schmidt, Roger Shattuck, Sandra Shipley, Derek Walcott, Kathryn Walker, Rosanna Warren, Sam Waterston, and Irene Worth, conceived and directed by Andreas Teuber Sanders Theatre in Cambridge, Massachusetts December 1988

  • THE THREE OF US
    By Amy Clampitt A staged reading of a new work directed by Andreas Teuber The Lyric Theatre in Boston February 1989

  • ABOUT TO BEGIN
    By Jerome Kilty A staged reading of a new work American Repertory Theatre in Cambridge February 1989

  • LIAM CLANCY AND FRIENDS
    An evening of Irish poetry and song Yeats, Joyce, and several contemporary Irish writers Featuring Liam Clancy of the Clancy Brothers, directed by Andreas Teuber Sanders Theatre in Cambridge March 1989

  • UNDER MILK WOOD
    By Dylan Thomas With Kathy Cramer, Delwen Evans, Megan Evans, Dudley Evans, Malcolm Harris, Pam Hopkins, Gerald Roderick, Sandie Rouch, Ken Thomas, Norma Thomas, and John Rhys Thomas. Agassiz Theatre in Cambridge March 1989

  • AN EVENING WITH REYNOLDS PRICE
    With Reynolds Price and Kathryn Walker, Lamont Poetry Room, Harvard University, Cambridge April 1989

  • AN EVENING OF SAMUEL BECKETT
    Ohio Impromptu, That Time, and A Piece of Monologue plus the world premiere of Beckett's latest work, Stirrings Still with David Warrilow Remis Auditorium Museum of Fine Arts, Boston April 1989

  • AN EVENING WITH RICHARD WILBUR
    An evening of poetry and scenes from Wilbur's translations of Racine and Moliere with Richard Wilbur and Holly Cate, Joseph Costa, Stephen Hanan, Frances West, and Kathryn Walker, conceived and directed by Andreas Teuber Agassiz Theatre in Cambridge May 1989

  • IN THE COMPANY OF POETS: A WILLIAM ALFRED ANTHOLOGY
    An evening of poetry from Chaucer to the present, selected and introduced by William Alfred and read by Stockard Channing, Bill Murray, Brian Doyle Murray, Christopher Reeve, Frances West, and Kathryn Walker Sanders Theatre in Cambridge May 1989

  • SISTER AND MISS LEXIE
    Stories of Eudora Welty adapted for the stage, with Brenda Currin, directed by David Kaplan, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston October 1989

  • 26 BARS
    by Kenward Elmslie Imaginary tour of Drinking Establishments from the Amazon Club to Zanzibars, with Kenward Elmslie, projected drawings by Donna Dennis, music by Steven Taylor, directed by Andreas Teuber, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston November 1989

  • A TRIBUTE TO ANNA AKHMATOVA
    The poetry of a Akhmatova in English and Russian, with Joseph Brodsky, Alla Demidova, Judith Hemschemeyer, Cherry Jones, Anatoly Naiman, Franklin Reeve, Sandra Shipley, and others, directed by Andreas Teuber, Sanders Theatre, Cambridge December 1989

  • STREETSONGS
    Songs of theatrical renown, With Geraldine Fitzgerald, Musical arrangements by Stanley Wietryzchowski Directed by Andreas Teuber Agassiz Theatre, Cambridge March 1990

  • UNDER MILK WOOD
    by Dylan Thomas With the Dylan Thomas Society of Great Britain: Kathy Cramer, Delwen Evans, Megan Evans, Dudley Evans, Malcolm Harris, Gerald Roderick, Sandie Rouch, Ken Thomas, Norma Thomas, John Rhys Thomas, directed by John Rhys Thomas, Agassiz Theatre, Cambridge April 1990

  • AN INTERRUPTED LIFE - THE DIARIES OF ETTY HILLESUM
    With Ilona Ricardo, introduced by Aharon Appelfeld, adapted and directed by Andreas Teuber, Coolidge Corner Theatre, Brookline May 1990

  • A TRIBUTE TO FRANK O'HARA
    With John Ashbery, Deborah Fortson, Kenward Elmslie. Kenneth Koch, Joe LeSueur, Maureen O'Hara, Arnold Weinstein, and others, Music by Ned Rorem, Virgil Thomson, Elizabeth Swados, Rodney Lister, and others, under the direction of Gunther Schuller, arranged by Rodney Lister, staged by Andreas Teuber, First Congegational Church, Cambridge May 1990

  • THESE PEOPLE - VOICES FOR THE STAGE
    by Lloyd Schwartz With Jonathan Epstein, David Gullette, Joan Tolentino, Steve Vineberg, projected paintings by Ralph Hamilton, directed by Lloyd Schwartz, Emerson Studio Theatre, Boston June 1990

  • KEATS
    Written by and starring Paul Harris, AGASSIZ THEATRE, Cambridge October 1990

  • THE WORDS AND MUSIC OF PAUL BOWLES
    With Debra Winger, directed by Andreas Teuber, Sanders Theatre, Cambridge, Advance Screening of "The Sheltering Sky" Harvard Square Movie Theater, Cambridge, World Premiere screening of the documentary "Paul Bowles: The Complete Outsider" Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Cambridge November 1990

  • MOZART'S LETTERS
    A stage adaptation by Andreas Teuber Directed by David Wheeler With Jeremy Geidt, Bronia Wheeler and Andreas Teuber REMIS AUDITORIUM, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston November 1990

  • THE FEVER
    By Wallace Shawn Performed by Wallace Shawn, Agassiz Theatre, Cambridge February 1991

  • LOCKED IN
    By Aharon Appelfeld A World Premiere in association with the Jewish Theatre of New England, translated and directed by Andreas Teuber March 1991

  • VOICES FROM OUR PAST
    Dramatic readings from the diaries, letters, sermons, meditations and poetry of the earliest American voices, with Bltythe Danner and John Heard, adapted and directed by Andreas Teuber April 1991

  • THE LONG HAUL
    By Erica Funkhouser directed by David Wheeler, Agassiz Theatre, Cambridge April 1991

  • AN EVENING WITH ALLEN GINSBERG
    Poems by Allen Ginsberg, and a commemorative reading of "Howl," with Allen Ginsberg, directed by Andreas Teuber, Sanders Theatre, Cambridge May 1991

  • OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY
    By Jerry Sterner Directed by Richard Jenkins with JACK WILLIS, WILLIAM DAMKOEHLER ANNE SCURRIA, WILLIAM CAIN, and BARBARA ORSON Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts September 1991

  • MONSTER IN A BOX
    By Spalding Gray Performed by SPALDING GRAY Directed by Renee Shafransky Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts October 1991

  • JOYICITY
    Adapted from James Joyce's "Finnegan's Wake" by Ulick O'Connor Directed by Caroline FitzGerald with VINCENT O'NEILL Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts October 1991

  • VOICES FROM OUR PAST:
    The Puritans of Massachusetts Bay An Anthology of Early American Writing Conceived & directed by Andreas Teuber with JULIE HARRIS and WILLIAM CAIN Remis Auditorium, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Massachusetts November 1991

  • A PORTRAIT OF SHAKESPEARE'S WOMEN
    with Claire Bloom Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts November 1991

  • MOZART'S LETTERS
    Adapted for the stage by Andreas Teuber Directed by David Wheeler with JEREMY GEIDT, ANDREAS TEUBER and BRONIA WHEELER Remis Auditorium, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Massachusetts November 1991

  • THEATER OF THE AIR
    Written and conceived by The Flying Karamazov Brothers with The Flying Karamazov Brothers Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts December 1991

  • JACKIE: AN AMERICAN LIFE
    Written and Directed by Gip Hoppe with RICHARD SNEE, JEREMIAH KISSEL CHLOE LEAMON, JEANNE MONTANO SUSAN WINSLOW, and DIEGO ARCHNIEGAS Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts January 1992

  • DYLAN THOMAS: RETURN JOURNEY
    Directed by Anthony Hopkins with BOB KINGDOM Agassiz Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts March 1992

  • THE FOURTH WALL
    By A. R. Gurney A World Premiere Directed by David Saint with TONY ROBERTS, KELLY BISHOP JACK GILPIN and E. KATHERINE KERR Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts September 1992

  • LOVE LETTERS
    By A. R. Gurney Directed by Andreas Teuber with JULIE HARRIS and GEORGE GRIZZARD Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts October 1992

  • GRAY'S ANATOMY
    Written and performed by SPALDING GRAY A new work in progress Directed by Renee Sharfransky, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts October 1992

  • SISTERS, WIVES & DAUGHTERS
    A World Premiere New Portraits of Shakespeare's Women with CLAIRE BLOOM Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts November 1992

  • MARVIN'S ROOM
    By Scott McPherson Winner of 1992 DRAMA DESK AWARD FOR BEST PLAY Boston Premiere Directed by David Petrarca with CAROL SCHULTZ, MARY DIVENY NANCE WILLIAMSON, TIM MONSION BRENDA PRESSLEY, MARTY ZENTZ and MARK ROSENTHAL Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts November 1992

  • THE LUNATIC, THE LOVER & THE POET
    A Two-Hour Festival of Shakespeare New Engalnd Premiere with BRIAN BEDFORD Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts December 1992

  • JUGGLE & HYDE
    A Special Holiday Event with THE FLYING KARAMAZOV BROTHERS Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts December 1992

  • MAD WITH JOY
    By Amy Clampitt with JEREMY GEIDT, JONATHAN EPSTEIN ROBERT WALSH, ELIZABETH CALLAHAN MARY LOWRY, and FRANCES WEST Agassiz Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts March 1993

  • SILENCED WOMEN: THE POETY OF AKHMATOVA AND TSVETYEVA
    Directed by Andreas Teuber with CLAIRE BLOOM and ALLA DEMIDOVA Sanders Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts April 1993

  • PATRIMONY: AN EVENING WITH PHILLIP ROTH
    directed by Andreas Teuber Sanders Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts May 1993

  • PARK YOUR CAR IN HARVARD YARD
    By Israel Horovitz with E. G. MARSHALL and MARYANN PLUNKETT Directed by Grey Johnson Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts September 1993

  • GRAY'S ANATOMY
    Written and Performed by SPALDING GRAY A World Premiere Directed by Renee Shafransky Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts October 1993

  • WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF
    By Edward Albee Directed by Larry Arrick with SALLY KELLERMAN, DAVID ACKROYD PATRICIA DUNNOCK, and DAVID MACDONALD Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts October 1993

  • SHAKESPEARE'S WOMEN IN LOVE
    A World Premiere New Portraits of Shakespeare's Women with CLAIRE BLOOM Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts November 1993

  • CLUB SANDWICH
    More Juggling & Cheap Theatrics with THE FLYING KARAMAZOV BROTHERS Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts December 1993

  • BEAU JEST
    By James Sherman with CAROL MONDA, PAUL AMODEO PAUL STOLARSKY, BETH HOLLAND JK THOMPSON and JERERMIAH KISSEL Charles Playhouse, Boston, Massachusetts September 1994

  • MORT SAHL'S AMERICA
    Written and Performed by MORT SAHL New England Premiere Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts October 1994

  • GRAY'S ANATOMY
    Written and Performed by SPALDING GRAY Directed by Renee Shafransky Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts October 1994

  • THE MOST DANGEROUS WOMAN IN AMERICA
    A Musical Tribute to "Mother Jones" with RONNIE GILBERT with Songs and Music by Holly Near Judy Small, Jeff Langley, and Ronnie Gilbert Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts November 1994

  • YIDDLE with a FIDDLE
    Adapted from the 1936 Film Book and Lyrics by Isaiah Sheffer Music by Abraham Ellstein Orchestrations by Lanny Meyers Starring EMILY LOESSER with DONALD GRODY, JONATHAN HADLEY BILL KOCIS, CHERYL McMAHON JEANNE MONTANO, MICHAEL POISSON DANNY RUTIGLIANO, LYNN SHUCK CHRISTOPHER VETTEL, and ELIZABETH WALSH Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts December 1994

  • FENWAY FICTIONS: A SALUTE TO BASEBALL
    with ROGER ANGEL, JACK DAVIDSON STEPHEN LANG, BILL LITTLEFIELD GAIL MAZUR, ISAIAH SHEFFER JOHN UPDIKE and FRITZ WEAVER, Sanders Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts March 1995

  • EDGAR ALLAN POE: POET & STORYTELLER
    with RENE AUBERJONOIS NANCY MARCHAND and HARRIS YULIN Sanders Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts April 1995

  • READINGS FROM RUSSELL BAKER'S "BOOK OF AMERICAN HUMOR"
    with VINIE BURROWS, DICK CAVETT JAMES NAUGHTON, ISAIAH SHEFFER and JERRY STILLER Sanders Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts May 1995

  • SOME AMERICANS ABROAD
    By Richard Nelson A Radio Theatre Production Directed by Andreas Teuber with LINDSAY CROUSE, JULIE HARRIS ALAN RACHINS, and WALLY SHAWN WGBH Channel 2, Boston, Massachusetts May 1995

  • BILL W. & DR. BOB
    By Janet Surry and Samuel Shem Directed by David Wheeler with JACK WILLIS, MICHAEL BALCANOFF ALEX LORIA, MARYA LOWRY KIPPY GOLDFARB and BRUCE WARD Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts and The Lyceum Theatre, San Diego, California June-July, 1995

  • UNCOMMON SENSE
    Written and Performed by JIMMY TINGLE Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts June - November 1995 AVNER THE ECCENTRIC CONQUERS THE WORLD An Evening of Mime, Magic, and Circus Acts with AVNER EISENBERG Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts December 1995

  • LAS VEGAS VOWS
    Written and Performed by KEVIN MEANEY Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts May-June 1996

  • LOVE LETTERS
    By A. R. Gurney Directed by Andreas Teuber with PETER FALK and SHERA DANESE Wilbur Theatre, Boston, Massachusetts June 1996

  • JACKIE AN AMERICAN LIFE
    Written and Directed by Gip Hoppe with DIEGO ARCINIEGAS, LANE BURGESS TOMMY DERRAH, ROBERTA KASTELIC CHANDRA PIERAGOSTINI, TOM SWIFT PAULA PLUM, M. LYNDA ROBINSON PATRICK SHEA, and RICHARD SNEE Wilbur Theatre, Boston, Massachusetts July-September 1996

  • JACKIE AN AMERICAN LIFE
    Written and Directed by Gip Hoppe with DIEGO ARCINIEGAS, LANE BURGESS PAUL WAGNER, ROBERTA KASTELIC CHANDRA PIERAGOSTINI, CHIP PHILLIPS PAULA PLUM, M. LYNDA ROBINSON PATRICK SHEA, and RICHARD SNEE Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts October-November 1996

  • UNCOMMON SENSE
    Written and performed by JIMMY TINGLE Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts December 1996

  • CRY ME A RIVER
    by Joyce Carol Oates World Premiere with JULIA GIBSON, VICTOR SLEZAK, and TONY TODD directed by Gordon Edelstein Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts January 1997

  • MUCH ADO ABOUT EVERYTHING
    A World Premiere Written and Performed by JACKIE MASON Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts February 1997

  • MORT SAHL'S AMERICA PART II
    Written and Performed by MORT SAHL Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts May-June 1997

  • THE DRAGON & THE PEARL
    The Life of Peal Buck Directed by Rob Ruggiero with VALERIE HARPER Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts September 1997

  • CABARET
    Music by JOHN KANDER Lyrics by FRED EBB Book by JOE MASTEROFF Directed by Julie Boyd Choreographed by Hope Clarke with SPIRO MALAS, MARNI NIXON BECCA AYERS, CHRISTOPHER YATES JONATHAN HAMMOND, PATRICK EMERSON TINA STAFFORD, PAMELA BRADLEY MARCI REED, MICHAEL BALLOS and STUART METCALF Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts October 1997 - January 1998

 



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