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About Andrew Kania

Andrew Kania’s principal research is in the philosophy of music, film, and literature. He is particularly interested in how the nature of different kinds of artistic entities (e.g. musical works, performances, and recordings; or narrative literature and film) affects our appreciation of them. He has a subsidiary interest in the philosophy of sex, gender, and sexuality.

Positions

Present Associate Professor, Philosophy, Trinity University Department of Philosophy
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Honors and Awards

  • 2011 Trinity University Junior Faculty Award for Distinguished Teaching and Research
  • 2008 Inaugural British Society for Aesthetics Essay Prize, for ‘The Methodology of Musical Ontology: Descriptivism and its Implications’

Courses

  • Philosophy of Music
  • Philosophy of Film
  • Philosophy of Gender
  • Metaphysics

Education

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2005 PhD Philosophy, University of Maryland at College Park
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1999 MA Philosophy, University of Auckland
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1996 BA Philosophy and English, University of Auckland
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1996 AIKOM Study Abroad Program, University of Tokyo, Komaba
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Articles (28)