BA, Central Connecticut State University and Heidelberg University (Germany); MA, Ph.D., New School for Social Research
Dr. Terezakis received her Ph.D. in Philosophy in 2004 from the New School for Social Research. Her research interests include German Idealism, Critical Theory, Aesthetics, and the Phenomenology of Language. She has published numerous articles and book chapters and is the author of The Immanent Word: The Turn to Language in German Philosophy, 1759–1801 (Routledge, 2007); the editor of Engaging Agnes Heller: A Critical Companion (Lexington Books, 2009), and the co-editor, with Jack Sanders, of Lukács’s Soul and Form (with a New Introduction by Judith Butler and an Afterword by Katie Terezakis) (Columbia University Press, 2010).
Most recently, Professor Terezakis received the Provost’s Excellence in Faculty Mentoring Award (2018); the Eisenhart Award for Outstanding Teaching (2015); the John William Miller Fellowship (2011); and the Paul A. and Francena L. Miller Fellowship (2010).
John William Miller Fellowship Fund