Claude Bernard
I teach courses in modern and contemporary literature, philosophy, and theory as well as film. Most of my research is conducted at the crossroads of literary and philosophical discourse. I've written on Samuel Beckett, Primo Levi, Jean-François Lyotard, Jean-Paul Sartre, Marguerite Duras, and Marcel Duchamp and have translated Lyotard, Michel Deguy, Jacques Derrida, Michel Foucault, Paul Ricœur, and other French thinkers.
My more recent publications are linked to the images of book covers to the left.
For all other publications, click on the link below for my c.v.
Next semester (Spring 2019) I'll be teaching Philosophy & the Arts at both the
undergraduate (PHI 264) and graduate levels (PHI 505).

Department of Philosophy
241 Harriman Hall
State University of New York
Stony Brook
, NY 11794-3750
+1 631-632-7570

office hours

P.O. Box 863
Stony Brook, NY 11790-0863
+1 516-909-4336
+33 6 19 90 31 49
Skype: ryevrah
RH cv
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Témoignabilité     Sharing Common Ground
For further such information, click on the bottle found on the beach above.
e-mail robert.harvey@stonybrook.edu

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last update: 20 October 2018