it wouldn't have taken quite so long had my computer not crashed twice when i had not been steadfast in saving.
Erik M. Schneider
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Alias: Erin K. Schneider (Legal name change in 1998)
Advanced to Candidacy for PhD, Rhetoric, University of California, Berkeley, September, 2002.
M.A. Rhetoric, University of California, Berkeley, 1999.
B.A. Comparative History of Ideas, University of Washington, 1996.
“A Restless Ethics: Along the Frontier from Levinas to Stein to the Wild West”
Judith Butler (Co-Chair)
Lyn Hejinian (Co-Chair)
Fields of Study/Teaching:
Twentieth-Century American Literature, Narratives of the American West
Twentieth-Century Theories of Subjectivity, Postmodern Ethics
Twentieth-Century French Literature, Twentieth-Century French Theory
“Being Here and There: The Risk of Contagion.” B.A., Comparative History of Ideas, University of Washington, 1996.
“The Proximal Difference,” interSections, 1996.
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation Fellowship, 1996.
Beinecke Memorial Scholarship, 1995.
Summa Cum Laude, University of Washington, 1996.
Annual Dean’s List, University of Washington, 1995 - 1996.
Department of Rhetoric, University of California, Berkeley
Graduate Student Instructor:
Rhetoric R1B, The Craft of Writing, (Instructor), Spring 2003.
Rhetoric 10, Introduction to Practical Reasoning and Critical Analysis of Argument, (Teaching Assistant), Spring 2001.
Rhetoric 103A, History of Rhetorical Theory, (TA), Fall 2000.
Rhetoric 1A, The Craft of Writing, (TA), Spring 2000.
Rhetoric 1A, (Instructor), Fall 1999.
Rhetoric 1A, (TA), Spring 1999.
Rhetoric 1B, (TA), Spring 1998.
Rhetoric 1A, (TA), Fall 1997.
Levinas Working Group, Department of Rhetoric, Fall 1999.
Deleuze Working Group, Department of English, Fall 2002.
Western Literature Association