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Professor Richard M. Shusterman

PERSONAL Dorothy F. Schmidt Eminent Scholar in the Humanities and Professor of Philosophy

Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters

Florida Atlantic University

777 Glades Road

Boca Raton, Florida 33431-0991

Telephone (561) 297-0851 Fax (561) 297-2095

E-mail: shuster1@fau.edu; richard.shusterman@gmail.com

UNIVERSITY EDUCATION AND DEGREES

B.A. in Philosophy and English at Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Degree awarded magna cum laude.
M.A. in Philosophy at Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Degree awarded magna cum laude.
D. Phil. in Philosophy at St. John’s College, Oxford University. Dissertation title: “The Object of Literary Criticism”; supervisor: J. O. Urmson; examiners: Stuart Hampshire and Patrick Gardiner.

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

1980-82 Lecturer at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Philosophy and Comparative Literature

1980-81 Lecturer at Bezalel Academy of Art, Jerusalem

1981-83 Lecturer at Hebrew University of Jerusalem

1983-87 Senior Lecturer with tenure at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Philosophy and Comparative Literature

1984-85 Visiting Fellow at St. John’s College, Oxford University

1985-87 Visiting Associate Professor, Dept. of Philosophy, Temple University

1987-92 Associate Professor, Dept. of Philosophy, Temple University, tenured in 1988

1990, 1992 Directeur d’Études Associé, École des hautes études en sciences sociales, Paris

1992-2004 Full Professor, Dept. of Philosophy, Temple University

1992-95 Correspondent, Collège International de Philosophie

1993-2004 Recurrent Visiting Professor, Dept. of Liberal Studies, Graduate Faculty of the New School for Social Research

1995-96 Fulbright Professor in Philosophy and American Studies, Freie Universität Berlin

1995-2001 Directeur de programme, Collège International de Philosophie, Paris; Correspondent, Collège International de Philosophie, 2001-

1996-97 Eberhard L. Faber Class of 1915 Memorial Lecturer, Dept. of Comparative Literature, Princeton University

1998-2004 Chair of Philosophy Department, Temple University

2002-2003 Visiting Research Professor, Hiroshima University, Japan

2004- Dorothy F. Schmidt Eminent Scholar Chair in the Humanities and Professor of Philosophy, Florida Atlantic University

2006 (May) Visiting Professor, Department of Comparative Literature, University of Oslo

2006 (Fall) Visiting Professor, Dept. of Fine Arts and Aesthetics, University of Paris 1,

Panthéon-Sorbonne University of Paris 1

2007- Recurrent Guest Professor, Center for Aesthetics and Literary Theory, Shandong University, P.R. China (May 2007, June 2008).

2009-2010 Visiting Professor, University of Paris 3

2010-2011 Visiting Professor, University of Paris 1 (Fine Arts); University of Lyon|
(Anthropology); University of Rome (Philosophy)

Technical University of Vienna

2011-2013 Visiting Professor, University of Lyon, France (Sociology); Academy of Physical Education in Wroclaw, Poland (Physiotherapy); Renmin University (Beijing, China)

2013- Obel Visiting Professor, Aalborg University, Denmark


AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION AND COMPETENCE

American Philosophy, Aesthetics, Ethics and Political Theory, Somaesthetics, Philosophy of Culture, Philosophy of Language and Mind, Somatic Philosophy, Literary Theory, Art Theory, Contemporary French and German Philosophy

ACADEMIC AWARDS

Hebrew University Philosophy Department Pepita Haezrahi Prize, 1973

Research Grant from the Israeli National Lottery for graduate work in philosophy, 1975

NEH Interpretation Institute, Summer 1988

ACLS Travel Grant to XI International Aesthetics Congress, 1988

NEH Senior Research Fellowship, 1990

IREX Grant for travel to conference in Prague

DAAD Grant for study in Germany, 1994

Fulbright Professorship in Philosophy and American Studies in Berlin, 1995-1996

Co-Director (with John Stuhr) of NEH Summer Seminar on American Pragmatism and Culture 2001

Rockefeller Foundation Team Residency Fellowship at Bellagio, Italy, 2004

Alexander von Humboldt TransCoop Fellowship 2006-2009

Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Fellowship Summer 2009

Order of the French Academic Palms, awarded 2009

Korean Academy of Science, Pragmatist Aesthetics, 2nd Korean Edition, Outstanding Academic Book for 2010

Korean Academy of Science, Body Consciousness, Korean Edition, Outstanding Academic Book for 2011


PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Director of the Center for Body, Mind, and Culture, Florida Atlantic University, 2007-

Co-editor of the Journal of Somaesthetics

International Editor of the Journal of Comparative Literature and Aesthetics 2009-

Member of the Editorial Board of The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 1999-

Member of the Editorial Board of Metaphilosophy, 1994-

Member of the Editorial Board of Constellations, 1994-

Member of the Editorial Board of The Yeats Eliot Review, 1989-

Member of the Editorial Board of Poetics Today, 1995-

Member of the Editorial Board of Journal of Speculative Philosophy, 2000-

Member of the Editorial Board of Theory, Culture, and Society, 2004-

Member of the Editorial Board of Body and Society, 2004-

Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of French Philosophy, 2004-

Member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the Nordic Journal of Aesthetics, 2007-

Member of the Editorial Board of Human Affairs, 2008-

Member of the Editorial Board of Contemporary Pragmatism, 2009-

Member of the Editorial Board for Indiana University Press, American Philosophy series, 2002-

Member of the Editorial Board for Penn State University Press, book series in European and American Philosophy, 1997-

Member of the Editorial Board for Rodopi’s Studies in Pragmatism and Values, 2004-

Member of the Editorial Board for Akademie Verlag (Berlin) series in Philosophische Anthropologie

Member of the Editorial Board of Aesthetica Preprint, 2009-

Member of the Editorial Board of Aisthesis: Pratiche, linguaggi, saperi dell’estetico, 2010-

Member of the Editorial Board of Aesthetic Pathways, 2010-

Member of the Editorial Board of Lebenswelt: Aesthetics and philosophy of experience. 2011-

Advisory Council of the Sorbonne Doctoral School in the Arts and Art Sciences, 2007-

Guest editor of a special issue of The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, Vol. 24, 1987

Guest editor of a special issue of Poetics Today, Vol. 14, 1993

Guest editor of a special issue of Metaphilosophy on “Internationalism in Philosophy”, vol. 28, 1997.

Delegate member of the UNESCO project Philosophy and Democracy in the World, 1995

Director of UNESCO project MUSIC: Music, Urbanism, Social Integration and Culture, 1997-

Member of International Advisory Board, International Institute of Applied Aesthetics (based in Finland), 1996-

Director of “Dialogues on the Square,” a philosophy discussion series at Barnes and Noble, Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, 1998-2004

Director of Temple University Institute for Aesthetics and Cultural Studies, 1991-2004

Board Member of Temple University Institute for the Study of Literature, Literacy, and Culture, 1997-2000, Institute Fellow 1997-1999

Associate Director of the Greater Philadelphia Philosophy Consortium, 1993-2004

Trustee of the American Society for Aesthetics, 2000-2003

Member of the Board of the International Research Center for Aesthetics and Art Theory (IRCA), University of Rome, 2010

Concept Designer of UNESCO project PAIDEIA: A UNESCO Internet Project for Peace and Art Education, 2012-

Member of the Editorial Advisory Board of The Leading Edge of Environmental Aesthetics book series, 2012-

Member of the Editorial Board of Theoretical Study of Literature and Art (TSLA), 2014-

Executive Council of Florida Digital Humanities Consortium, 2016-



PUBLICATIONS
BOOKS


  1. The Object of Literary Criticism. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1984.

    1. L' Objet de la critique littéraire. Paris: Questions Théoriques, 2009 (French trans. with new preface, revised text, and one replacement chapter).

  2. Shusterman, Richard, et al., eds. Aesthetics: vol. 5 of Sources for the Study of Philosophy in High School. Jerusalem: Ministry of Education, 1986 (In Hebrew).

  3. T. S. Eliot and the Philosophy of Criticism. London and New York: Duckworth and Columbia University Press, 1988.

  4. Shusterman, Richard, ed. Analytic Aesthetics. Oxford: Blackwell, 1989.

  5. Shusterman, Richard, J.F. Bohman, and D.R. Hiley, eds. The Interpretive Turn: Philosophy, Science, Culture. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1991.

  6. Pragmatist Aesthetics: Living Beauty, Rethinking Art. Oxford: Blackwell, 1992.

        1. 2nd ed. New York: Rowman and Littlefield, 2000. (With new introduction and an additional chapter).

    1. L’art à l’état vif: la pensée pragmatiste et l’esthétique populaire. Trans. Christine Noille. Paris: Minuit, 1992. (French trans. with a new preface).

    2. Kunst Leben: die Ästhetik des Pragmatismus. Trans. Barbara Reiter. Frankfurt: Fischer, 1994. (German trans. with new preface).

    3. Taide, elämä ja estetiika: Pragmatistinen filosofia ja estetiika. Trans. Gisela Domschke. Vesa Mujunen.  Helsinki: Gaudeamus, 1997. (Finnish trans. with new preface).

    4. Vivendo a Arte: O Pensamento Pragmatistist e a Estética Popular. São Paulo: Editora 34, 1998 (Portugeuse trans. with new preface for Brazil and new appendix).

    5. Estetyka pragmatyczna: Zywe piekno i refleksja nad sztuka. Trans. Adam Chmielewski and Leszek Koczanowicz. Wroclaw: University of Wroclaw Press, 1998. (Polish trans. with new preface by the author and introductions by Adam Chmielewski and Leszek Koczanowicz).

    6. ポピュラー芸術の美学:プラグマティズムの立場から. (Aesthetics of Popular Art: From the Perspective of Pragmatism) Trans. Fuminori Akiba. Tokyo: Keiso Shobo, 1999. (Japanese trans. with new preface by the author and introduction by Fuminori Akiba).

    7. 프라그마티즘 미학: 살아 있는 아름다움, 다시 생각해 보는 예술. Seoul: Yejun, 2002. (Korean translation of the 2nd ed with new preface).

      1. 2nd ed. Seoul: Book Korea Publishers, 2009. Winner of Research Prize 2010.

    8. 实用主义美学: 生活之美, 艺术之思. Trans. Peng Feng. Beijing: The Commercial Press, 2002. (Chinese trans. of the 2nd ed with new preface by the author and introduction by Peng Feng).

    9. Estética Pragmatista: Viviendo la belleza, repensando el arte. Trans. Fernando González del Campo Román. Barçelona: Idea Books, 2002. (Spanish trans. with new preface).

    10. Estetika Pragmatizmu: Krása a umenie života. Trans. Emil Visnovsky and Zdenka Kalnická, Bratislava: Kalligram, 2003. (Slovakian trans. with new preface by the author and afterward by Zdenka Kalnická).

    11. Pragmatista Esztétika: A szépség megélése és a művészet újragondolása. Trans. Jószef Kollár. Bratislava: Kalligram, 2003. (Hungarian trans. with new preface by the author and afterward by Jószef Kollár).

    12. Estetica Pragmatistă: Arta În Stare Vie. Trans. Ana-Maria Pascal. Iaşi: Institutul European, 2004. (Romanian trans. with new preface by the author).

    13. Estetica Pragmatista. Trans. Giovanni Matteucci and Teresa Di Folco. Palermo: Aesthetica Edizione, 2010. (Italian trans. with new preface by the author).

    14. Прагматическая эстетика: живая красота, переосмысление искусства. Trans. Marina Kukartseva, N. Sokolova, V. Volkov. Moscow: Kanon+ Publishers, 2012.

  1. Sous l’interprétation. Paris: Éditions de l’éclat, 1994.

    1. Vor der Interpretation: Sprache und Erfahrung in Hermeneutik, Dekonstruktion und Pragmatismus. Vienna: Passagen, 1996. (German trans. Barbara Reiter,with new preface).

  2. Practicing Philosophy: Pragmatism and the Philosophical Life. New York: Routledge, 1997.

    1. Philosophie als Lebenspraxis. Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 2001. (German trans. Heidi Salaverria, with new preface and a revised chapter).

    2. Vivre la philosophie. Paris: Klincksiek, 2001. (French trans. Charles Fournier and Jean-Pierre Cometti, with new preface).

    3. 哲学实践. Beijing: Peking University Press, 2002. (Chinese trans. Peng Feng, with new preface).

    4. Praktyka Filozofii, Filozofia Praktyki. Krakow, Universitas, 2005. (Polish trans. Alina Mitek,with new preface).

    5. プラグマティズムと哲学の実践 Yokohama: Seori Shobo, 2012. (Japanese trans. with new preface, trans. Higuchi Satoshi, AokiTakao, and Murayama Yoji).

  3. Shusterman, Richard, F. Gaillard, and J. Poulain, eds. La modernité en questions. Paris: Cerf, 1998.

  4. Shusterman, Richard and Michael Krausz, eds. Interpretation, Relativism, and the Metaphysics of Culture. New York: Humanity Books, 1999.

  5. Shusterman, Richard, ed. Bourdieu: A Critical Reader. Oxford: Blackwell, 1999.

  6. La fin de l’expérience esthétique. Pau: Presse Universitaire de Pau, 1999 (trans. Jean-Pierre Cometti).

  7. Performing Live: Aesthetic Alternatives for the Ends of Art. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2000.

    1. Leibliche Erfahrung in Kunst und Lebensstil. Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 2005. (German trans. Robin Celikates, with new introduction and three different chapters).

    2. 生活即审美----审美经验和生活艺术. Beijing: Peking University Press, 2007. (Chinese translation, Peng Feng).

    3. Korean translation (삶의 미학:예술의 종언 이후 미학적 대안). trans. by Kim Jinyup and Huh Jeong Seon. Seoul: Ehak Publishing, 2012.

    4. Le style à l’état vif: Somaesthétique, Art Populaire, and Art de Vivre. trans. Thomas Mondémé. Paris: Questions Theoriques, 2015. (French translation.), revised with a new French preface and two different chapters.

  8. Surface and Depth: Dialectics of Criticism and Culture. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2002.

a) Chinese translation 表面与深度:批评与文化的辩证法. trans. by Li Luning. Beijing: Peking University Press, 2014.

  1. Shusterman, Richard, ed. The Range of Pragmatism and the Limits of Philosophy. Oxford: Blackwell, 2004.

  2. Shusterman, Richard, with Wojciech Małecki (as translator/editor). O stuze I życiu. Od poetyki hip-hopu do filozofii somatycznej. Wroclaw: Alta 2, 2007. (Collection of articles by Richard Shusterman and interviews with him, selected and translated into Polish by Wojciech Małecki).

  3. Shusterman, Richard and Adele Tomlin, eds. Aesthetic Experience. New York: Routledge: 2008.

  4. Body Consciousness: A Philosophy of Mindfulness and Somaesthetics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008.

    1. Conscience du corps: Pour une soma-esthétique. Paris: l’éclat, 2007. (French trans. by Nicolas Vieillescazes, with special Preface for French readers)

      1. Conscience du corps: Pour une soma-esthétique. 2nd ed. Paris: l’éclat, 2008.

    2. Śwaladomość Ciała: Dociekania z Zakresu Somaestetyki. Krakow: Universitas, 2010. (Polish trans. by Wojciech Małecki and S. Stankiewicz, with special preface for Polish readers).

      1. Śwaladomość Ciała: Dociekania z Zakresu Somaestetyki. 2nd ed. Krakow: Universitas, 2016.

    3. 몸의 미학: 신체미학 – 솜에스테틱스. trans. Lee Hyijin. Seoul: Book Korea, 2010. (Korean trans. with a special preface for the Korean edition). Winner of Research Prize for 2011. Second edition, with title simplified to Somaesthetics (2014).

    4. 身体意识与身体美学. trans. Cheng Xiangzhan. Beijing: The Commercial Press, 2011. (Chinese trans. with a special preface for the Chinese edition).

2nd, revised Edition with additional preface. Beijing: The Commercial Press, 2014.

    1. Consciência Corporal. trans. Pedro Sette-Câmara. São Paulo, Brazil: E Realizacoes, 2012.

    2. Körper-Bewusstsein: Für eine Philosophie der Somästhetik. Felix Meiner, Hamburg, Germany, 2012.

    3. Italian translation of Body Conciousness—A Philosophy of Mindfulness and Somaesthetics (Coscienza del corpo: La filosofia come arte di vivere e la somaestetica). Translated by Salvatore Tedesco and Valeria Costanza D’Agata. Milano: Christian Marinotti Edizioni s.r.l., 2013.

  1. Soma-esthétique et architecture: une alternative critique. Genève: Haute Ecole d’Art et Design, 2010.

  2. Thinking through the Body: Essays in Somaesthetics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012, 368 pages.

a) Hungarian translation of Thinking Through the Body, entitled: A Gondolkodó Test: Szómaesztétikai esszék. Translated Kremer Sandor et al. Budapest. Jate Press, 2015, 448 pages.

  1. Shusterman, Richard, Roberta Dreon, and Daniele Goldoni, eds. Stili di vita: Qualche istruzione per l'uso (Lifestyles: Some instructions for use). Milano. Mimesis Edizioni, 2012.

  2. 스타일의 미학 Aesthetics of Style (in Korean), edited with Hyijin Lee. Seoul: Sunhaksa, 2013. Includes the Korean translation of “Somatic Style,” trans. Lee Hyijin.

  3. Chemins de l'art. Transfigurations, du pragmatisme au zen, with Afterword by Arthur Danto. Raphaël Cuir, trans. Paris and Brussels: Al Dante / Aka - Cellule éditoriale de l'Académie royale des beaux arts de Bruxelles, 2013.

  4. Szómaesztétika és az élet művészete. Kremer Sandor, Budapest. Jate Press, 2014. (A collection of four essays, translated from English, with a specially written preface).

  5. Shusterman, Richard. "Fits of Fashion:The Somaesthetics of Style." Philosophical Perspectives on Fashion. Ed. Stefano Marino and Giovanni Matteucci. London: Bloomsbury, 2016, 91-106.

ARTICLES



  1. “The Anomalous Nature of Literature.” British Journal of Aesthetics 18 (1978): 317-329.

  2. “The Logic of Interpretation.” Philosophical Quarterly 28 (1978): 310-324.

  3. “A Tension in Eliot’s Poetics.” British Journal of Aesthetics 20 (1980): 248-253.

  4. “The Logic of Evaluation.” Philosophical Quarterly 30 (1980): 327-341.

  5. “The Identity of the Work of Art.” Philosophical Inquiry 2 (1980): 534-545.

  6. “Goodman on the Work of Art: An Ontological Omission.” Auslegung 8 (1981): 122-130.

  7. “Evaluative Reasoning in Criticism.” Ratio 23 (1981): 141-157.

  8. “Eliot and Logical Atomism.” ELH: English Literary History 49 (1982): 164-178.

  9. “Positivism: Legal and Aesthetic.” Journal of Value Inquiry 16 (1982): 319-325.

  10. “Four Problems in Aesthetics.” International Philosophical Quarterly 22 (1982): 21-33.

    1. “美学中的四个问题” Chinese translation of “Four Problems in Aesthetics.” Social Sciences Abroad 10 (1982).

  1. “Objectivity and Subjectivity in Eliot’s Critical Theory.” Orbis Litterarum 37 (1982): 217-226.

  2. “Aesthetic Blindness to Textual Visuality.” Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 41 (1982): 87-96.

  3. “Russell’s Fiction and the Vanity of Human Knowledge.” Modern Fiction Studies 29 (1983): 680-688.

  4. “Osborne and Moore on Organic Unity.” British Journal of Aesthetics 23 (1983): 352-359.

  5. “Aesthetic Argument and Perceptual Persuasion.” Critica 15 (1983): 51-74.

  6. “Aesthetic Censorship: Censoring Art for Art’s Sake.” Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 43 (1984): 171-180. Reprinted in Ethics and Art. Ed. D. E. W. Fenner. New York: Garland (1995): 59-74.

16.a “Hebrew Translation of “Aesthetic Censorship.” Iyyun 31:4 (1982): 283-295.


  1. “Wittgenstein and Aesthetic Argument.” Proceedings of the 8th International Wittgenstein Symposium. Vienna: Holder-Picher-Tempsky (1984): 44-46.

  2. “Remembering T. E. Hulme: A Neglected Philosopher-Poet-Critic.” Journal of the History of Ideas 46 (1985): 559-576.

  3. “Eliot and Ruskin.” Journal of Comparative Literature and Aesthetics 7 (1984): 35-49.

  4. “On Knowing the Value of a Work of Art.” The Reasons of Art. McCormick, P., ed. Ottawa: Ottawa University Press (1986): 368-374.

  5. “Convention: Variations on a Theme.” Philosophical Investigations 9 (1986): 36-55.

  6. “Analytic Aesthetics, Literary Theory and Deconstruction.” The Monist 69 (1986): 22-38.

    1. “分析美学,文学理论以及分解主义” Chinese Translation of “Analytic Aesthetics, Literary Theory and Deconstruction” Social Sciences Abroad 5 (1988).

  1. “Wittgenstein and Critical Reasoning.” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 47 (1986): 91-110.

  2. “Deconstruction and Analysis: Confrontation and Convergence.” British Journal of Aesthetics 26 (1986): 311-327.

  3. “Poetics and Current Analytic Aesthetics.” Poetics Today 7 (1986): 323-329.

  4. “Ingarden, Inscription, and Literary Ontology.” Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology 18 (1987): 103-119.

    1. “Ingarden, Inscription, and Literary Ontology.” On the Aesthetics of Roman Ingarden. Dziemidok, B. and P. McCormick, eds. Dordecht: Kluwer (1989): 131-157.

  1. “T. S. Eliot on Reading: Pleasure, Games, and Wisdom.” Philosophy and Literature 11.1 (1987): 1-20.

    1. “Eliot à propos de la lecture: plaisir, jeux et sagesse.” Trans. Muriel Ginhoux. Poésie and Philosophie. Pinson, J. and P. Thibaud, eds. Marseille: CIPM (Centre Internationale de Poesie Marseille), 2000.

  1. “Analytic Aesthetics: Retrospect and Prospect.” Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 46 (1987): 115-124.

    1. “对分析美学的回顾与展望”Chinese Translation of “Analytic Aesthetics: Retrospect and Prospect.” Literature and Art Studies 3 (1989).

  2. “Essence, History, and Narrative: T. S. Eliot on the Definition of Poetry and Criticism.” The Monist 71 (1988): 183-196.


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