Marieke Borren teaches philosophy (political philosophy, philosophical anthropology, philosophy of culture and feminist philosophy) at the universities of Nijmegen (Radboud), Groningen en Amsterdam (UvA). Her research focuses on phenomenology of the political, the outlines of which she started to develop in her dissertation 'Amor Mundi. Hannah Arendt's Political Phenomenology of World' (2010, University of Amsterdam) through an interpretation of the work of Hannah Arendt. She has published both academic, professional and popular philosophical articles on various aspects of Arendt's work. She is currently developing a postdoctoral research project on civic engagement, in particular relating to the condition of illegal aliens.
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Guest tutor at DAI: 2013 -2014