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                                                                                     Daniel R. White
                                                                                         Professor

                                                                                        dwhite@fau.edu

                                                                                                  
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                                                                       Office Hours T W R 2:00-400, or by appt.

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Symposium on Hurricane Katrina 2006

                                                                                     

                                                                                    

 

              An Ancient Greek Perspective on Leadership:
            

               [Glaucon]: οὐκοῦν φυλακτέον παντὶ τρόπῳ μὴ τοιοῦτον ἡμῖν οἱ ἐπίκουροι ποιήσωσι
                πρὸς τοὺς πολίτας, ἐπειδὴ αὐτῶν κρείττους εἰσίν, ἀντὶ συμμάχων εὐμενῶν δεσπόταις
                ἀγρίοις ἀφομοιωθῶσιν;
(“Must we not then guard, by every means, against our helpers
                acting toward the citizens in such a way that, because they are stronger than others, 
                they become like savage despots instead of benevolent allies ?")--Plato, Republic 416b1-4
   


                Or as a Roman satirist put it:

             Sed quis custodiet ipsos custodes? ("But who will guard the Guardians"?)
                                                                                                    --Juvenal, Satire VI 346-7    

                 

                                            

          Recent Conferences & Presentations
                               
 Fall 2012: Panelist: "The New Jim Crow," on the work of Michelle Alexander, Wilkes Honors College Forum

                                                Spring 2012:  "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks": Distinguished Guest Lecture at the VA Hospital
                                                Palm Beach Gardens, FL
                                              

                                       Summer 2011:  Film-Philosophy Conference 2011, John Moores University,
                                                                               Liverpool

                                                Summer 2010: “Hitler Youth Quex: Bateson, Lacan & Honneth on Repressed Desire, Reification, and                                                                  Objectification in the Culture(s) of Fascism,” Film-Philosophy Conference 2010

                                                University of Warwick, Coventry, UK, July 15-17, 2010.

                                                 Summer 2009: Second Annual Conference of Film and Philosophy

                                                 Summer 2008: Visions of Humanity in Cyberculture, Oxford University,
                                                                             July 2-4 2008

                                                 Summer 2007: Cultural Studies Now - An International Conference,
                                                                        University of East London

                                                 Summer, 2006: Rome Metaphysics Conference 2006

                                                 Summer, 2005: The Humanities Conference, Cambridge UK
                                                 Triennial Classics Conference, Cambridge

                                                Summer, 2004: The Humanities Conference, Prato, Italy
                                                 ISSEI: The Narrative of Modernity, Pamplona, Spain                                                    

                                    Courses

 

Spring 2014
PHM 1002: Honors Human Nature
PHI 3704 Honors Philosophy of Religion

 

Fall 2013
IDS 3932: Honors Technology and Culture with Michael Harrawood

PHI 3682: Honors Environmental Philosophy
PHI 3150:  Honors Greek & Roman Philosophy

 

Spring 2013
· IDS 3933: Honors Seminar in Bioethics
· HUM 3320: Honors Contemporary Multicultural Studies

Fall 2012
· PHI 3704: Honors Philosophy of Religion

· PHH 3100: Honors Ancient Greek Philosophy

· IDS 3932:  Honors Psychological Disorders in Film with Laura Vernon

 

Spring 2012
· Honors Environmental Philosophy
· Honors Media Philosophy

 

Fall 2011
· IDS 3932: ICIS Honors Seminar in Disney with Rachel Corr

· PHI 1933: Honors Freshman Seminar in Bioethics

· PHH 3150: Honors Greek and Roman Philosophy

 

Summer A 2011
· IDS 4933: Honors Contemporary Multicultural Studies with Wairimu Njambi

 

Spring 2011:

· PHP 3522 Honors Seminar in Nietzsche
· PHI 3682: Honors Environmental Philosophy

 

Fall 2010

· PHH 3100: Honors  Ancient Greek Philosophy

· PHI 3704: Honors Philosophy of Religion

· PHI 1933: Honors Freshman Seminar in Bioethics

 

Summer A 2010

· IDS 3932: Technology and Culture

 

Spring 2010:

· CLA 4436: Honors Ancient Greece

· IDS 3932 Honors Ethics in Business, Govt and Society

 

Fall 2009: on Sabbatical

 

Summer 2009

· Psychological Disorders in Film

 

Spring 2009

· HUM 2210: Honors Intellectual Traditions I

· HUM 2932: Honors Writing in the Humanities I

· PHI 3682: Honors Environmental Philosophy

 

Fall 2008

· PHH 3150: Honors Greek & Roman Philosophy

· PHI 3704: Philosophy of Religion

 

Summer A 2008

· IDS 3932: Psychological Disorders in Film

 

Spring 2008

· LAT 1121: Honors Latin II

· PHI 3682: Environmental Philosophy

· PHI 3227/4930: Media Philosophy

 

Fall 2007

· LAT 1120: Honors Latin I

· PHH 3100: Honors Ancient Greek Philosophy

 

Summer A 2007

· IDS 4933: Chinese & Greek Philosophy & Art

 

Spring 2007

· HUM 3320: Contemporary Multicultural Studies

· PHI 4700: Philosophy of Religion

 

Fall 2006

·  IDS: 3932: Ethics in Business, Government, & Society with Mark Tunick

·  PHI 3682: Environmental Philosophy

·  HUM 2210: Intellectual Traditions I

 

Summer A 2006

·  HUM 4932: Writing in the Humanities II

·  IDS 4933: Critical Social Theory & Media with Wairimu Njambi

 

 Spring 2006

·  PHI 3272: Media Philosophy

·  CLA 4436: Ancient Greece    

 

  FALL 2005 (syllabi online soon)

·  PHI 3682: Environmental Philosophy

·  LNW 2560: Readings in Latin Literature: Cicero

·   LAT 1120: Honors Latin I taught by Laura Colaner
·  IDS 2931 & 4932: Flagler Scholar Seminars I & II

·  PHH 3100: Honors Ancient Greek Philosophy

 

  Summer 2005
·  HUM 3320: Contemporary Multicultural Studies

·  HUM 2932: Writing in the Humanities I

 

  Spring 2005

· Honors Latin II
· Consilience (With Dr. Wetterer)

 

    Fall 2004

·  PHH 3100: Honors Ancient Greek Philosophy

·  LAT 1120: Honors Latin I (Wheelock)

·  HUM 2211: Honors Intellectual Traditions I (Taught by Instructor)

· IDS 2931 & 4932: Flagler Scholar Seminar

· PHI 3682: Environmental Philosophy

 

   Summer A 2004

·  Contemporary Multicultural Studies

 

· PHI 4804: Critical Theory & Practice

· Technology and Culture 

· Greek & Islamic Philosophy

·  Honors Environmental Philosophy, fall 2003  T & R 12:30-1:50

·  Honors Ancient Greece, fall 2003 T & R 3:30-4:50

·  Honors Latin I (Wheelock) M & W 4:00-5:50 PM

·  Flagler Scholar Seminar, fall 2003

·  Honors Intellectual Traditions II, spring 2003

·  Contemporary Multicultural Studies,  Fall 2002

·   Honors Ancient Greek Philosophy, Fall 2002

·    Honors Environmental Philosophy, Fall 2002

·  IDS: 3932 Ethics in Business, Government, and Society, Sum A 2003

·  Honors Ancient Greece, Spring 2002

·  Latin Via Ovid II, Spring 2002

·  Honors Intellectual Traditions I & II

·  HUM 2211: Honors Intellectual Traditions I Fall 2001

·  Honors Contemporary Multicultural Studies

·  Honors Philosophy of Literature

·  Honors Environmental Philosophy

·  Honors Environmental Philosophy Fall 2001

·  Honors Environmental Philosophy, Alternate Syllabus

·  Honors Ancient Greek Philosophy

·  Honors Seminar in Disney Studies

·  Honors Technology and Culture

·  LAT 1120: Honors Latin via Ovid I

·  Honors Latin II (Wheelock)

·  Honors Writing in the Humanities



Courses Previously Taught

·  Wisdom in Practice: Honors Seminar in Applied Ethics Via Distance Learning

·  Honors Humanistic Tradition I and II

·  Thought Lab:  Philosophy and Psychology 

·  Science, Society and Culture 

·  Contemporary Multicultural Studies 

·  Critical Theory & Practice I 

·  Critical Theory & Practice II 

·  Sexuality, Gender & Philosophy 

·  Asian Humanities: India, China & Japan 

·  Critical Evaluation of the Arts: classical, modern, postmodern 

·  Honors Seminar: Modernism & Postmodernism: Literature and Philosophy 

·  Honors Seminar: Labyrinths of the Mind: Philosophy and Psychology 

·  Ancient World: Greece 

·  Ancient Philosophy 

·  Contemporary Continental Philosophy 

·  Latin language and literature
 

 

Education

1984

Florida State University, Tallahassee Degree: Ph.D. in Humanities (Ancient Philosophy & Classics)

1981

University of South Florida, Tampa Degree: B.A. in Classics: Greek and Latin

1978

University of South Florida, Tampa Degree: M.A. in Philosophy: philosophy of science, aesthetics, social philosophy, philosophy of ecology

1974

University of South Florida, Tampa Degree: B.A. in Humanities: Asian studies, twentieth-century arts and letters, American arts and letters


 


Published Works

Books 
Hellerich, Gert & Daniel White.  Sinnlicher Jesus: Wider die Entsinnlichung des 

            Christentums. (Sentient Jesus: Against the Disembodiment of Christianity).  

            Münster: LIT Verlag, 2014.

Hellerich, Gert & Daniel White. Postmoderner Jesus: Seine Botschaft der Befreiung.
          
 (Postmodern Jesus: His Message of Liberation). Münster: LIT Verlag, 2012.

Hellerich, Gert & Daniel White. Die Vision eines postmodernen Lebens (The Vision of             a Postmodern Life). Bucharest: Zeta Books, 2011. 

White, Daniel R.  Postmodern Ecology: Communication, Evolution & Play.  Albany: State

            University of New York Press, 1998. 

White, Daniel R. and Gert Hellerich.  Labyrinths of the Mind: The Self in the Postmodern Age.            Albany: State University of New York Press, 1998. With Gert Hellerich. 

White, Daniel R.  Asian Wisdom: India, China & Japan. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall\Hunt,
           1990. 

Guest Editorship :

White, Daniel R., Ed. The European Legacy Special Issue:Philosophy as Critical Theory,”             Volume 15, Number 4, August, 2010.  

 

Selected Peer Reviewed Articles & Chapters:

 

Gert Hellerich and Daniel White, „Der Andere als Ekel Moderner Ekel vor Abweichung: postmoderner Ekel vor Normalität,“Psychologie & Gesellschaftskritik, 5:137, 51-64.

Gert Hellerich and Daniel White, „Moderner und Postmoderner Wille zur Macht,“ TUP
            (Theorie und Praxis der Sozialen Arbeit) 2 (Februar 2011) 127-135.

Gert Hellerich and Daniel White, „Geworfenheit und Entwerfen,“  Soziale Arbeit 2 (2011):             61-66.

Gert Hellerich and Daniel White, „Der Andere in der Psychosoziale Arbeit,“             Socialmagazin No. 35 (Dezember /2010): 50-55. 

Gert Hellerich & Daniel R. White, „Postmoderne Hilfe,“  Psychologie & Gesellschaftskritik             2010-4 (136) pp. 7-21.

Gert Hellerich & Daniel White, “Kommunikation in der psychosozialen Versorgung,”
            Soziale Arbeit1.2010, pp. 10-19

Daniel  White, “Nietzsche’s Demonology: Beyond Good and Evil in the Mode of
            Information,” Ctheory (18 February 2010), online:

            http://www.ctheory.net/articles.aspx?id=629 /  (12 June 2010).

White, Daniel. “Foucault at Work: Archaeology, Genealogy, and the Dispositions of             Power.” The European Legacy, 14: 3 (June 2009), pp. 317-327.

White, Daniel. “Foucault at Work: Archaeology, Genealogy, and the Dispositions of             Power.” The European Legacy, 14: 3 (June 2009),  pp. 317-327.

Gert Hellerich & Daniel White, „Der Tod: existentieller Vorlauf und der subjektive Bezug zu             ihm“ Psychologie & Gesellschaftskritik 126/127 (2008): pp. 22-39.

White, Daniel R. “The City of Disney, Book X: Bride of Compassionate Conservatism.”

            Arthur & Marilouise Kroker, eds. Critical Digital Studies: A Reader. Toronto:

            University of Toronto Press, 2008.

Hellerich, Gert and Daniel White. ‘Eine postmoderne Auseinandersetzung mit dem

             Begriff  „Sinnhaftigkeit“ der Moderne.‘ Psychosozial. No. 112 (June 2008).

            

Hellerich, Gert and Daniel White. “Postmodern geprägte Hoffnung und ihre Bedeutung in

            der psychosozialen Arbeit.” Sociale Arbeit. 2 (2008). Zeitschrift für soziale und

            sozialverwandte Gebiete. pp. 51-58.

White, Daniel R. 'The Spiraling Circuit (Kreislauf) of Signification: Nietzsche’s Ecologic
             Creativity'
. Proceedings. Cultural Studies Now. University of East London, July
             2007.

White, Daniel, “Toward a Cosmopolitan Human Ecology.” The European Legacy Special

             Issue: Ethics of the Holocaust. 12.7 (2007). pp. 873-885.

Hellerich, Gert and Daniel White. “Postmoderne soziale und psychologische Aspekte der

             Hilfe in der psychosozialen Arbeit.” Psychosozial  30:108 (2007). pp. 101-110.

                                   

White, Daniel R. “The Mind’s New Architecture: Cognitive Science & the Humanities.”             Review article on Mindreading: An Integrated Account of Pretence, Self- Awareness, and the Understanding of other Minds (Oxford UP, 2003). The    European Legacy 11.4 (2006), pp. 433-437.

White, Daniel R. “The Massacre of the Innocents.” Ctheory.net  8/23/2006.1000 Days of

             Theory.

White, Daniel R. “Multiculturalism, Cosmopolitanism, Globalism: A Nietzschean
             Perspective
on Postcolonial Culture.” In press. The International Journal of the
             Humanities
.
Vol.
3. No. 7 (2006).

White, Daniel R. "Nietzschean Artistry in the New Age of Empire". The International Journal of the Humanities Vol.2 No.2 (2005).

White, Daniel “The City of Disney, Book X: Terri Schiavo: Bride of Compassionate

              Conservatism. Premier Article in 1000 Days of Theory. Ctheory:
              Theory,Technology,& Culture
. 3/30/2005
.

White, Daniel R. “The City of Disney, Book VIII: Christ Comes to Haiti. Ctheory:
             Theory,Technology, & Culture
. 5/5/2004.
            .

White, Daniel and Gert Hellerich. "Die Postmoderne und der Wahnsinn: Die moderne
             Reduktion des Wahnsinns auf die Krankheit. Psychologie und Gesellschaftskritik
           
(Berlin). No. 1 (2003), pp. 7-22. Feature article.

Gert Hellerich and Daniel White. „Modernes Empowerment und der postmoderne Wille zur
             Macht.“ Sozialmagazin: Die Zeitschrift für Soziale Arbeit (Frankfurt 2003), pp.36-41.

White, Daniel R. and Gert Hellerich. “Nietzsche and the Communicative Ecology of Terror.”
             Parts 1 & 2.  The European Legacy.  8.6  (December 2003), pp. 717-737,
             739-757. Online.     

White, Daniel R. “Nietzsche, Gould, Marx: Toward an Ecology of Power.”
            Rethinking Marxism. Vol 15, No.4 (2003), pp. 497-501. Online.

White, Daniel R. "Postmodern Environmentalism."  Encyclopedia for Global Environmental             Change. Volume 4. Social and Economic Dimensions of Global Envirnomental             Change. Editor-in-chief, Ted Munn, Volume editor Peter Timmerman.  London:             John Wiley and Sons, 2002.  pp. 408-410.

White, Daniel R. “Promethean Fire Sale:  The  City of Disney, Book VI” (Augustine of
             Epcot). Ctheory: Theory,Technology, & Culture.   Online www.ctheory.net
             (11/27/01) Article a100. http://www.ctheory.net/text_file.asp?pick=313.
 

Barrett, Laura and Daniel R. White. "The Reconstruction of Nature:  Postmodern Ecology             and the Kisismmee River Restoration Project." Nature and its Discontents: from             Virgin Land to Disney World.  Ed. Bernd Herzogenrath. Amsterdam:  Rodopi. 2001.

White, Daniel R.  “Dreams in Rebellion: The Battle of Seattle.” The City of Disney, Book             IV.        Ctheory: Theory,Technology, & Culture.  3/28/2000. ArticleA080.
            http://www.ctheory.net/text_file.asp?pick=123.
                                                                                          

White, Daniel R. and Gert Hellerich.  “The Liberty Bell: Nietzsche’s

            Philosophy of Culture.”  Journal of Nietzsche Studies.  Vol. 18

            (1999, actual publication date, December 2000):  1-55.

White, Daniel R. "Seneca and the Empire of Signs." Veritatis Amicitiaeque Causa.  Edited             by Shannon N. Byrne and Edmund P. Cueva.  Wauconda: Illinois: Bolchazy-
            Carducci. 1999. pp.

White, Daniel R. "The City of Disney,  Book III:  The Philosophy of Consolation or Bombs             and Prayers."  Ctheory: Theory,Technology, & Culture. Event‑scene E072. 
            (1/20/99). http://www.ctheory.net/text_file.asp?pick=205.
 

White, Daniel R. and Alvin Wang. "Through the Dark Mirror: UFO's as a Postmodern
            Myth?" Article. Ctheory: Theory,Technology, & Culture. Article 66 (1/06/99).
            http://www.ctheory.net/text_file.asp?pick=109.
 

White Daniel R. and Gert Hellerich. "The Ecological Self: Humanity and Nature in Nietzsche and Goethe." MIT Press and Haifa University, Israel. The European Legacy 3.3 (1998): 39‑61. 

White, Daniel R. “Spirit in Flames: Toward a Postmodern‑Ecological Phenomenology.    A‑T. Tymieniecka, ed.  Analecta Husserliana, Vol. LII (1998): 517‑530.

White, Daniel R.   Review Essay.:  "Monad to Man:  The Concept of 

           Progress in Evolutionary Biology."  Review Essay. The European

           Legacy 3.3  (1998):  76‑79.

White, Daniel R.  "Void Reports, 2.  The City of Disney, Book II." Ctheory: Theory,Technology, & Culture.  Event‑scene E053 (1/29/98). http://www.ctheory.net/text_file.asp?pick=186.
  

White, Daniel R. "Augustine of Epcot." Digital Delirium: The Best of Ctheory. New York and Montreal: St. Martins and New World Perspectives, 1997: 212‑219. 

White, Daniel R.  "Augustine of Epcot: Confessions of a Hypermiraculous Age." Ctheory: Theory,Technology, & Culture. Event-scene E037 (3/05/97). http://www.ctheory.net/text_file.asp?pick=170.
 

White, Daniel and Gert Hellerich.  "Nietzsche at the Altar: Situating the Devotee."
             Postmodern Culture(September 1995). 
           

White, Daniel R. and Alvin Wang.  "Universalism, Humanism, & Postmodernism." Comment in The American Psychologist (May 1995): 392‑393. 

White, Daniel R. and Gert Hellerich.  "Nietzsche at the Mall: Deconstructing the Consumer." Ctheory  Article A007. (1994) http://www.ctheory.net/text_file.asp?pick=50

White, Daniel R. and Gert Hellerich.  "Psychiatry in the Labyrinth: Deconstructing Deviancy."  The Humanistic Psychologist 21.1 (Spring 1993): 65‑80. 

White, Daniel R. "Circling from West to East: Information, Mind and Culture." Interdisciplinary Humanities (Winter 1993). 

White, Daniel R. "From Ancient Mythos to Modern Logos to Postmodern

            Ecologos." Huntsville: Southern Humanities Press, 1993: 235‑249. Inner Space:             Outer Space:  Humanities, Technology & the Postmodern World Selected Papers             from the 1993 Southern  Humanities Conference.

Gert Hellerich and Daniel R. White.  "Psychologie und Postmoderne." Psychologie & Gesellschaftskritik 3/4 (September/October 1992): 5‑16. 

White, Daniel R. and Gert Hellerich.  "A Postmodern View of Modern Psychiatry: The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM III‑R)." The Humanistic Psychologist 20.1 (Spring 1992): 75‑91. 

White, Daniel R. "Postmodern Ecology and the Crisis of Modernity." Postmodern Culture: Talk April 1992: Electronic text. 

White, Daniel R.  "Postmodern Ecology." Earth Ethics Report: Journal of the Earth Ethics Research Group December 1991: 67‑72. Proceedings of Earth Ethics Forum '91: An International Symposium on Environmental Ethics. 

White, Daniel R. "Literary Ecology and Postmodernity in Thomas Sanchez's Mile Zero and Thomas Pynchon's Vineland." Postmodern Culture 2.1 (September 1991): Electronic text. 

White, Daniel R. "Ecology and the Mind." Continuing the Conversation 19 (winter1989‑90): 4‑8. A broadcast concerning the work of Gregory Bateson, part of the series The Ecological Idea, hosted by Elliot Vittes, on WUCF‑FM, fall 1989; published transcript. 

White, Daniel R. "Bateson's Cybernetics of Liberation and the Bureaucracy of the

            Sacred." Continuing the Conversation 10 (Fall 1987): 11‑15.

White, Daniel R. and Gert Hellerich. ”The Ecological Self: Humanity & Nature in

            Nietzsche & Goethe.” The European Legacy 3.3 (1998): 39-61.

Recent & Upcoming Conference Papers:

White, Daniel, “Consciousness, Embodiment, and Communication: Nietzsche’s           Bioinformatics.” Visions of Humanity in Cyberculture. Mansfield College,           Oxford, July 2-4 2008.

White, Daniel,  The Spiraling Circuit (Kreislauf) of Signification: Nietzsche’s Ecologic
            Creativity,”
  Cultural Studies Now, 19-22 July 2007, University of East London.

---.  “The Art of Metaphysics: Nietzsche, the Death of God, and the Reconstruction of Life.”             Presentation accepted for the conference session,  Metaphysics 2006: Rome .              July 2006.

           

---.  "Nietzsche in a New Key", The Humanities in a Knowledge Society, Third International             Humanities Conference, Cambridge University, UK, August 2-5 2005.

---.  "Nietzschean Artistry in the New Age of Empire", Second International Conference in             the Humanities, Monash University, Prato, Italy,July 20-23 2004.

---.  Toward a Hybrid Human Identity, Session Chair, “The Narrative of  Modernity,” Ninth             ISSEI Conference (International Society for the Study of European Ideas),             University of Pamplona, Spain, Aug.      2-5,2004.

---.  “Darwin and Design: Does Evolution have a Purpose?”: Book Symposium with Michael             Ruse, Session Chair, Florida Philosophical Association, Eckerd College, St.             Petersburg, Nov. 2003 13-15., 2003.

---.  “Multiculturalism, Cosmopolitanism, Globalism”, The Next World Order: International             Conference on New Directions in the Humanities, University of the Aegean,             Rhodes, Greece 2-5 July 2003.

---. “From the Classical Polis to the Magic Kingdom.”  Paper presented at Rethinking             Disney, international, peer reviewed, conference in Ft. Lauderdale, November             2000.

 


 

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