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musician , Philosopher , writer

David Benjamin Rothenberg, philosopher, musician, writer. Fellow Institute for Human Ecology; member American Philosophical Association, International Society for Environmental Ethics, American Society for Forest History (referee), Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy, International Association for Philosophy and Literature, Orion Society (consultant editor).

Background

Rothenberg, David Benjamin was born on July 8, 1962 in New York City. Son of Abraham Joseph and Barbara Ann (Henkin) Rothenberg.

Education

Bachelor magna cum laude, Harvard University, 1984. Doctor of Philosophy in Philosophy, Boston University, 1991.

Career

Teaching assistant Harvard University, 1983. Research assistant with Professor Arne Naess University Oslo, Norway, 1985-1986. Teaching fellow Boston University, 1987-1990.

Assistant professor New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, since 1990. Teaching fellow in music Harvard University, 1988-1991. Artist in residence Banff Centre for Arts, Canada, 1991.

Chairman delegate of philosophers Fifth World Wilderness Congress, Tromso, Norway, 1993. Delegate to United Nations Conference on Ethical Implications of Agenda 21, World Affairs Conference, Boulder, Colorado. Manuscript reader and consultant Cambridge University Press, Routledge, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press, University California Press, University Chicago Press.

Adjunct faculty graduate program Union Institute. Founder The Artemis Ensemble. Consultant Bulletin Board System and Cable News Network, 1993, Norwegian Broadcasting Company, 1992, United Nations Environmental Program, doctoral program in environmental studies Antioch/N.E. Graduate School.

Consultant philosopher World's Fair, Exposition 2000, Hannover, Germany. Developer environmental ethics telecourse for nationwide broadcasting, 1994. Adjunct professor Antioch/New England Graduate School, 1990-1991, Babson College, 1992.

Guest lecturer Center for Tch. and Human Values, University Oslo, 1992, Schumacher College, Devon, England, 1992, Cambridge (England) University, 1992, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zurich, 1993, Washington Colonel, Maryland, 1993, University Southern Maine, 1993, Clinch Valley Colls of University Virginia, 1993. Norwegian language consultant American Repertory Theatre.

Works

Membership

Fellow Institute for Human Ecology. Member American Philosophical Association, International Society for Environmental Ethics, American Society for Forest History (referee), Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy, International Association for Philosophy and Literature, Orion Society (consultant editor).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: music, literature, environmental philosophy, applied ethics, cultural studies.

Connections

Married Stephanie E. Bothwell, October 6, 1990 (divorced February 1994).

father:
Abraham Joseph Rothenberg

mother:
Barbara Ann (Henkin) Rothenberg

spouse:
Stephanie E. Bothwell