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Curriculum Vitae

Daniel Conway


Department of Philosophy and Humanities

Texas A&M University

College Station, TX 77843-4237 USA

Phone: (979) 845-5696 Home: (979) 693-0370 FAX: (979) 845-0458

conway@philosophy.tamu.edu



17 September 2010

Areas of Specialization


19th Century Philosophy, Social and Political Philosophy

Areas of Competence


20th Century European Philosophy, Environmental Philosophy, Philosophy of Religion, Philosophy and Literature, American Philosophy, Ethics

Education


Ph.D. University of California, San Diego, 1985. Field: Philosophy.

B.A. Tulane University, 1979. Magna cum laude with Honors in Philosophy.

Major Fields: Philosophy, Economics.

Faculty Appointments


2007— Texas A&M University, Head of Philosophy and Humanities

2006— Texas A&M University, Professor of Philosophy and Humanities

1998-2006 The Pennsylvania State University, Professor of Philosophy

1994-1998 The Pennsylvania State University, Associate Professor of Philosophy

1989-1994 The Pennsylvania State University, Assistant Professor of Philosophy

1988-1989 Harvard University, Andrew W. Mellon Faculty Fellow in Philosophy

1987-1988 Stanford University, Acting Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Lecturer in Western Culture Program

1985-1987 Stanford University, Lecturer in Western Culture Program


Affiliate Faculty Appointments (at Texas A&M)

Interdisciplinary Program in Social, Cultural, and Political Theory

Religious Studies Program


Affiliate Faculty Appointments (at Penn State)

Graduate Program in Social Thought

Jewish Studies Program

Schreyer Honors College

STS (Science, Technology, and Society) Program

Honors, Grants, and Awards (External)


Visiting Faculty Member, Northwestern University Center for Global Culture and Communication, 2009 Summer Institute in Rhetoric and Political Theory: Nietzsche, Rhetoric, and After, 2009

Co-Sponsorship Grant, Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy, 2007

Residential Fellowship, National Humanities Center, 2006-07

Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers, nominated in 1999 and 2000

Distinguished Visiting Scholar, Department of Philosophy, University of Maine, 1999

Visiting Fellowship, Centre for Research in Philosophy and Literature,

University of Warwick (U.K.), Spring Semester, 1996

Research Fellowship, The Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung,

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, 1995-96 (declined)

Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD) Language Instruction Stipendium, 1994

Summer Research Fellowship, Oregon Humanities Center, 1990

Andrew W. Mellon Faculty Fellowship in the Humanities at Harvard University, 1988-89

National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Grant and Stipend, 1988

Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, 1981

Phi Beta Kappa (Alpha Chapter of Louisiana), 1979

Honors, Grants, and Awards (Internal)


Pathways to the Doctorate Research Assistantship Award for 2010-11, Division of Research and Graduate Studies, Texas A&M University, 2009

Conference Support Grant, College of Liberal Arts, Texas A&M University, 2009; 2007

International Travel Grant, College of Liberal Arts, Texas A&M University, 2009; 2008; 2007; 2006

Instructional Technology Grant (CAF/IEEF), College of Liberal Arts,

Texas A&M University, 2010, 2009, 2008

Symposium and Conference Grant, Melbern G. Glasscock Center for Humanities Research, Texas A&M University, 2009; 2008; 2007

Notable Lecture Grant, Melbern G. Glasscock Center for Humanities Research, Texas A&M University, 2008

Publication Support Grant, Melbern G. Glasscock Center for Humanities Research, Texas A&M University, 2008

Study Abroad Initiative Grant, College of the Liberal Arts,

The Pennsylvania State University, 2005

Global Fund Grant for International Travel, College of the Liberal Arts, The Pennsylvania State University, 2003; 2002; 2001; 2000; 1999; 1998; 1997; 1996

Interdisciplinary Group Award for “Beyond Boundaries, Creating Connections: American Indian Housing Initiative,” The Institute for the Arts and Humanities, The Pennsylvania State University, 2002

Research Stipend for Outstanding Teachers in the Department of Philosophy, The Pennsylvania State University, 2001; 2000; 1999; 1998

Travel/Research Stipend, College of the Liberal Arts, The Pennsylvania State University, 1999; 1997; 1996; 1995; 1994; 1992

STS (Science, Technology, and Society) Grant for Innovative Course Design and Development, College of Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University, 1996

Faculty Technology Initiative Award for Instructional Software Development, Phase I, The Pennsylvania State University, 1993-94

Fellowship Institution Grant, The Pennsylvania State University, 1992

William J. and Charlotte K. Duddy University Endowed Fellowship in the Humanities, The Pennsylvania State University, 1991-92

Research Initiation Grant, The Pennsylvania State University, 1990-91

Humanities Graduate Research Grant, University of California, San Diego, 1985

Oney M. Nicely Dissertation Fellowship, University of California, San Diego, 1984

Dissertation and Thesis Research Grant, University of California, San Diego, 1983

Chancellor’s Associate Grant, University of California, San Diego, 1982

Humanities Research Fellowship, University of California, San Diego, 1982

Regents Fellowship, University of California, San Diego, 1979-80

Tulane Scholar, 1975-79

Membership in Learned Societies and Professional Organizations


American Academy of Religion

American Association of University Professors

American Philosophical Association (Central Division)

American Political Science Association

Friedrich Nietzsche Society

Phi Beta Kappa

Thoreau Society

Doctoral Committees


As Director


Peter S. Groff, Philosophy, Penn State, 2000

Associate Professor of Philosophy, Bucknell University

Michael E. Bray, Jr., Philosophy, Penn State, 2002

Associate Professor of Philosophy, Southwestern University

Rebecca E. Wayland, Philosophy, Penn State, 2003

Managing Director, Competitive Paradigms, LLC

William C. Roberts, Philosophy, Penn State, 2005

Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Politics, McGill University

Hasana E. Sharp, Philosophy, Penn State, 2005

Assistant Professor of Philosophy, McGill University

Amy E. Wendling, Philosophy, Penn State, 2006

Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Creighton University


As Co-Director

C. Heike Schotten, Political Science, University of Notre Dame, 2005

Assistant Professor of Political Science, Univ. of Massachusetts, Boston

Ömer Aygün, Philosophy, Penn State, 2006

Mariana Alessandri, Philosophy, Penn State University, 2009

Visiting Scholar, University of Texas, Pan American

As Committee Member

Paul Gallagher, Philosophy, Penn State, 1991

Anne-Marie Frosolono, Philosophy, Penn State, 1992

Brian G. Domino, Philosophy, Penn State, 1992

Joy Ross, Philosophy, Penn State, 1993

Michael E. Davidovits, Philosophy, Penn State, 1993

Shannon M. Winnubst, Philosophy, Penn State, 1994

Panos D. Alexakos, Philosophy, Penn State, 1995

Kenneth Y. Turnbull, Philosophy, Penn State, 1995

Eric Weislogel, Philosophy, Penn State, 1995

George Matthews, Philosophy, Penn State, 1996

Alessandra Fussi, Philosophy, Penn State, 1997

Benjamin Pryor, Philosophy, Penn State, 1998

Anthony G. Fleury, Speech Communication, Penn State, 1998

Hahn Suhl, Political Science, Penn State, 1998

Evgenia Cherkasova, Philosophy, Penn State, 1999

Robert D. Metcalf, Philosophy, Penn State, 1999

David Mills, Philosophy, Penn State, 1999

Alun R. Hardman, Exercise and Sport Science, Penn State, 1999

Ashley E. Pryor, Philosophy, Penn State, 2000

Laura Anders Canis, Philosophy, Penn State, 2000

Derrick Calandrella, Philosophy, Penn State, 2000

Russell B. Ford, Philosophy, Penn State, 2001

Marc E. Fellenz, Philosophy, Penn State, 2001

Michael Ventimiglia, Philosophy, Penn State, 2001

William S. Lewis, Philosophy, Penn State, 2001

Thomas C. Hilde, Philosophy, Penn State, 2001

Gregory W. Recco, Philosophy, Penn State, 2001

Jamie B. Warner, Political Science, Penn State, 2001

Eric Sanday, Philosophy, Penn State, 2002

W. Bruce Gilbert, Philosophy, Penn State, 2002

James A. Linker, Art Education, Penn State, 2003

Amy S. Bush, Philosophy, Penn State, 2003

Sara A. Brill, Philosophy, Penn State, 2004

Megan C. Brown, English, Penn State, 2004

Ryan Drake, Philosophy, Penn State, 2005

David O’Hara, Philosophy, Penn State, 2005

George V. Davis, Political Science, Penn State, 2005

Asma Abbas, Political Science, Penn State, 2005

Brian Sharpless, Psychology, Penn State, 2006

Elizabeth Mazzolini, English, Penn State, 2006

As External Examiner

Peter D. Murray, Philosophy, University of Sydney, 1997

Joanne Faulkner, Communication, Arts & Critical Enquiry, La Trobe University, 2006

Michael McNeal, Graduate School of International Studies, University of Denver, 2009

Vinod Lakshmipathy, Philosophy, Rice University, in progress

Organization of Professional Conferences


Local Arrangements Committee, North American Levinas Society. College Station, TX, May 2011.

Conference Organizer, Society for Social and Political Philosophy. College Station, TX, February 2011.

Local Arrangements Committee, Levinas Research Seminar. College Station, TX, February 2011.

Local Arrangements Committee, First International Conference on Pragmatism and the Hispanic/Latino World. College Station, TX, February 2010.

Conference Organizer, The Nectar Is In the Journey: A Celebration of the Life and Career of John J.

McDermott. College Station, TX, March 2009.

Local Arrangements Chair, Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy. College Station,

TX, March 2009.

Conference Co-organizer, Empire, College Station, TX, February 2009.

Conference Co-organizer, Discernment in Dark Times: A Conference on the Work and

Thought of Hannah Arendt, University Park, PA, October 2005.

Local Arrangements Committee, Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy,

University Park, PA, October 2000.

Panel Organizer, “Political Uses and Abuses of ‘Nature’: New Images for a New Millennium,”

International Association for Philosophy and Literature, Irvine, CA, May 1998.

Panel Organizer, “Kierkegaard and Nietzsche in Dialogue,” American Philosophical

Association, Pacific Division, Berkeley, CA, March 1997.

Workshop Organizer and Leader, “Moral Perfectionism,” International Society for the Study of

European Ideas, Utrecht, Netherlands, August 1996.

Panel Organizer, “Composing the Soul,” American Philosophical Association, Pacific Division,

Seattle, WA, April 1996.

Conference Co-organizer, Nietzsche and the Future of Philosophy, University Park, PA,

September 1995.

Seminar Leader, “Persons and Prefaces,” International Association for Philosophy and

Literature, Berkeley, CA, May 1992.

Panel Co-organizer, “Irony and Politics,” American Political Science Association, Atlanta, GA,

August 1989.

Panel Leader, “Nietzsche as Educator,” International Association for Philosophy and

Literature, Atlanta, GA, May 1988.

Local Arrangements Chair, American Philosophical Association, Pacific Division, San

Francisco, CA, March 1987.


Service Record

Current Service


To the Profession

Executive Committee, Friedrich Nietzsche Society, 1998—


To the University

Executive Committee, Phi Beta Kappa (Kappa of Texas), 2008—

Council of Department Heads, 2007—


To the College

Department Heads Steering Committee, 2010—

Program Review Committee, Religious Studies Minor and Interdisciplinary Program, 2009—

International Programs Advisory Committee, 2009—

Safety Committee, 2008—

Advisory Committee to the Mary Jane and Carrol O. Buttrill ’38 Endowed Fund for Ethics,

Melbern G. Glasscock Center for Humanities Research, 2008—

Executive Council, 2007—


To the Department

Department Head, 2007—

Chair, Steering Committee, 2007—

Graduate Placement Director, 2007—

Past Service
To the Profession

American Philosophical Association (APA) Committee on Academic Career Opportunities and

Placement, 2005-2008


Program Committee, The Nietzsche Society, 1992-94

To the University


Texas A&M

Tenure and Promotion Review, Department of General Academics, TAMU Galveston, 2010

Proposal Referee, Texas A&M-CONACYT Collaborative Research Grant Program, 2010, 2008

College of Liberal Arts Dean Search Advisory Committee, 2009-10

Chair, Committee on Members in Course, Phi Beta Kappa (Kappa of Texas), 2008-2009


Penn State

President, Phi Beta Kappa (Lambda Chapter of Pennsylvania), 2005-2006

Vice-President, Phi Beta Kappa (Lambda Chapter of Pennsylvania), 2003-2005

Faculty Advisory Board, Phi Beta Kappa (Lambda Chapter of Pennsylvania), 1997-2006

Faculty Member, Social Thought Program, 1994-2006

Associate Faculty Member, Program in Science, Technology, and Society, 1994-2006

University Fellowships Office Advisory Council, 2004-2006

Faculty Advisor, Green Destiny Council, 2000-2005

Environmental Consortium, Global Change Committee, 2000-2002

Fulbright Fellowship Review Committee, 2002-2004; 2000

Affiliated Faculty Member, Schreyer Honors College, 1997-2006

Affiliated Faculty Member, University Scholars Program, 1990-1997

Faculty Advisor, Quantum Ju-Jitsu Club, 1999-2005

Director, the Center for Ethics and Value Inquiry, 1991-1998

To the College


Texas A&M

Liberal Arts Strategic Review Advisory Committee, 2010

PVAMU/TAMU Bridging Program for Teaching and Learning, 2010

Strategic Planning Committee (Research/External Funding Section), 2010

Assessment Liaisons Committee, 2009-10

Hispanic Studies Department Head Search Committee, 2009-10

Ad hoc Committee on Faculty Evaluation Forms, 2009

Search Committee, Lead Web Applications Developer, 2009

Administrative Assistant Search Committee in Hispanic Studies, 2008

Internal Selection Committee, NEH Summer Stipend Competition, 2008

Faculty Search Committee, German Intellectual History and Modernist Studies, 2007-08


Penn State

Chair, Social Thought Program Steering Committee, 2003

Immediate Tenure Review Committee, 1998

Graduate Student Funding Review Committee, 1997-99

Committee of Graduate Officers, 1997-2001

Faculty Marshal, 2003; 1995

Planning Advisory Committee, 1994-96

Representative to the College of Arts and Architecture, 1998-2001; 1991-93


To the Department


Penn State

Graduate Program Advisory Committee, 2005-2006

Co-Chair, Public Events Committee, 2004-06

Immediate Tenure Review Committee, 2004

Strategic Plan Review Committee, 2003-04; 2001

Chair, International Affiliations Committee, 1999-2003

Director of Graduate Studies, 1997-2001

Undergraduate Program Review Committee, 1996-97

Graduate Program Review Committee, 1996-97

Chair, Promotion and Tenure Committee, 2000; 1996

Graduate Placement Officer, 2003-04; 1994-97

Promotion and Tenure Committee, 2005; 2001; 2000; 1999; 1996; 1994

Executive Committee, 1993-94

Faculty Search Committee, 2003-04 (Ancient Philosophy); 2003-04 (Environmental Philosophy); 2001-02 (African-American Philosophy); 1997-98 (Feminist Philosophy); 1994-95 (19th-Century Philosophy); 1993-94 (Department Head); 1992-93 (Sparks Professorship)

Coordinator, Writing Across the Curriculum, 1991-93

Director of Undergraduate Studies, 1990-93

Philosophy Honors Advisor, 1990-93

Editorial Service


Editorial Board, Journal of Nietzsche Studies, 2009—

Editorial Board, Journal of Speculative Philosophy, 1997-2004

Editorial Board, Philosophy and Rhetoric, 1990-2003

Executive Editorial Committee, Penn State Press, 1999-2002

Executive Editor, Journal of Nietzsche Studies, 1998-2002

North American Editor, Journal of Nietzsche Studies, 1991-2002

Publication Record

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