Russell Duvernoy, PhD
Building/Room: Casey 550-B
Russell Duvernoy is an Instructor in philosophy at Seattle University. His current research focuses on the intersection between process metaphysics (Deleuze, James, Whitehead, Bergson, Stengers, Simondon), critical environmental philosophy and contemporary continental philosophy, paying particular attention to the existential and ontological dilemmas induced by global climate change. He also has interests in phenomenology, the philosophy of time, poetics, and Mahayana Buddhism.