Anne Pollok



Anne Pollok



Assistant Professor

Director of Undergraduate Studies

Assistant Professor, by courtesy, of                    German Studies



Department of Philosophy
University of South Carolina
Columbia, SC 29208
USA

office:
Department of Philosophy
428 Byrnes Bldg.
phone  803-777-3726
fax  803-777-9178
e-mail  apollok@sc.edu



I have been a professor in the Philosophy Department at USC since 2012, after receiving my Dr. phil. from Martin Luther University Halle- Wittenberg (Germany), teaching as Instructor at USC, and a PostDoc at Stanford. 

My primary area of research is philosophical anthropology, and philosophy of culture broadly conceived. My first monograph is on Moses Mendelssohn's anthropology. In 2012, I was awarded the Mendelssohn Prize of the Moses Mendelssohn Society of Dessau. Since then I have been focusing on Ernst Cassirer's Philosophy of Symbolic Forms. I also have significant interests in philosophical aesthetics, esp. relating to the early modern and phenomenological traditions (Herder, Kant, Schiller, Romanticism, Heidegger, Gadamer).



 
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