Prof Tina Chanter
|Position:||Head Of School|
|Location:||Room PR HH 2006, Holmwood House, Penrhyn Road|
My research currently focuses on questions of aesthetics and politics. Recent publications have interrogated the philosophical, psychoanalytic and literary reception of Sophocles’ tragic heroine Antigone, an analysis of abjection in contemporary, independent film, and the need to reflect on how to theorise gender in a manner that explores its intrinsic and complex relationship to other categories such as race, class and sexuality. My work is informed by figures such as Levinas, Derrida, Irigaray, Kristeva, and Rancière. While it draws on these philosophical figures, and retains a disciplinary basis in philosophy, my work has become increasingly interdisciplinary.
Educational and professional qualifications
|1987||PhD , SUNY StonyBrook|
|1981||BA Hons , Essex University|
Professional experience (post-1990)
|Previous||Professor/Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of Memphis|
|Previous||Assistant Professor, Louisiana State University|
|Previous||Lecturer, Thames Polytechnic (now University of Greenwich)|
|Previous||Lecturer, Essex University|
|2000-2012||Professor of Philosophy, DePaul University, Chicago|
In my current position I am not teaching for this year, although I will probably contribute to teaching in the future, in such areas as philosophy, gender, and film.
I have supervised many PhD students in the past.
I have served as a referee for many journals and presses, and am a member of a number of editorial boards.
Chanter, Tina (2016) Does Antigone stand or fall in relation to Hegel's master-slave dialectic? A response to Derrida's Glas. Paragraph, 39(2), ISSN (print) 0264-8334 (In Press)
Chanter, Tina and Kirkland, Sean D., eds. (2014) The returns of Antigone: interdisciplinary essays. New York, U.S. : State University of New York Press. 333p. (SUNY series in Gender Theory) ISBN 9781438452937
Chanter, Tina (2011) Whose Antigone? The Tragic Marginalization of Slavery. Albany, U.S. : State University of New York Press. 275p. ISBN 9781438437552
Chanter, Tina (2008) The picture of abjection: film, fetish and the nature of difference. Bloomington, U.S. : Indiana University Press. 377p. ISBN 9780253349170
Chanter, Tina (2015) Exhuming the remains of Antigone's tragedy. In: Welchman, Alistair, (ed.) Politics of religion/religions of politics. New York, U.S. : Springer. pp. 143-170. (Sophia Studies in Cross-cultural Philosophy of Traditions and Cultures, no. 8) ISBN 9789401794473
Chanter, Tina (2014) Antigone as the white fetish of Hegel and the seductress of Derrida. In: Direk, Zeyneb and Lawlor, Leonard, (eds.) A companion to Derrida. Chichester, U.K. : Wiley. pp. 378-390. (Blackwell companions to philosophy) ISBN 9781444332841
Chanter, Tina (2013) Heidegger and Gender: An Uncanny Retrieval of Hegel's Antigone. In: Raffoul, Francois and Nelson, Eric, (eds.) The Bloomsbury Companion to Heidegger. London, U.K. : Bloomsbury. pp. 441-450. (Bloomsbury Companions) ISBN 9781441199850
Chanter, Tina (2011) Antigone's Exemplarity: Irigaray, Hegel, and Excluded Grounds as Constitutive of Feminist Theory. In: Rawlinson, Mary C. , Hom, Sabrina L. and Khader, Serene J., (eds.) Thinking with Irigaray. Albany, U.S. : State University of New York Press. pp. 265-292. ISBN 9781438439174
Chanter, Tina (2010) Antigone's political legacies: abjection in defiance of mourning. In: Wilmer, S. E. and Zukauskaite, Audrone, (eds.) Interrogating Antigone in postmodern philosophy and criticism. Oxford, U.K. : Oxford University Press. pp. 19-47. (Classical Presences) ISBN 9780199559213