Steven Haug

Doctoral Candidate in Philosophy at the University of California, Santa Cruz

2018

“Community in Heidegger’s Philosophy of Art,” The 57th Meeting of the Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy (SPEP), State College, October 18-20

“Art as Origin: On Heidegger’s Idea that Art Founds a Community,” American Society for Aesthetics Rocky Mountain Division, Santa Fe, July 6-8

“Art as Origin: On Heidegger’s Idea that Art Founds a Community,” The 8th annual Southwest Seminar in Continental Philosophy, Flagstaff, June 1-3

“Community in Heidegger’s Philosophy of Art,” 69th Annual Meeting of the New Mexico-Texas Philosophical Society, Houston, April 6-7

Comments on Joseph Kassman-Tod’s “Criticism Vindication and the Uncanny,” American Society for Aesthetics Pacific Division, Pacific Grove, April 4-6

“Art and a People: Understanding ‘Community’ in Heidegger’s Philosophy of Art,” 50th Meeting of the North Texas Philosophical Association, University of Texas at Dallas, March 30-31

2017

“Community in Heidegger’s Philosophy of Art,” Graduate Friday Forum (works in progress), University of California Santa Cruz, July 26

“An Artless Age: Examining the Conditions Surrounding the Death of Art in Heidegger,” Collegium Phaenomenologicum Participants’ Conference, Cittá di Castello, Umbira, Italy, July 8-9

2016

“In Defense of the Work of Art as Aletheia,” Australasian Society for Continental Philosophy, Deakin University, December 7-9

2015

“Federalists and Anti-Federalists: The Debate over the Consolidation of the American Government,” 6th Annual Texas A&M History Conference, Texas A&M University, March 27-28

2014

“Heidegger on Language,” Undergraduate Summer Scholars Presentations, Glasscock Center for Humanities Research, Texas A&M University, September 9