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Demenchonok, Edward

Department: 
English and Foreign Languages
Location: 
131 Horace Mann Bond
Phone: 
(478) 825-6689
Email: 
demenche@fvsu.edu
Fax: 
(478) 825-6110

Educational Experience (Teaching and K-12 and Higher Education Administrative Experience)

Dates Title and Location:
2005 - Present: Professor of Foreign Languages and Philosophy, Fort Valley State University, Georgia.

1995 - 2004: Associate Professor of Foreign Languages and Philosophy, Fort Valley State University, Georgia.

1994 -1995: Associate Professor of Spanish and Philosophy, Brewton Parker College, Georgia.

1992-1993: Visiting Professor of Spanish at the Department of Romance Languages, University of Georgia. Athens, Georgia.

1991-1992: Professor at the Moscow State Pedagogical University, Moscow.

1991-1992: Professor at the Academy of Slavic Culture, Moscow,

1988-1990: Visiting Professor of Spanish-American Literature and Philosophy at the University INCCA
of Colombia, Bogota, Colombia.

1982-1984: Associate Professor at Moscow State University of Lomonosov, Moscow.

1970 - 1983: Researcher at the Institute of Philosophy of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow.

1984 - 1995: Senior Researcher at the Institute of Philosophy of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

Faculty Bio
Education: 

Earned Degrees (Degree, Discipline, Institution, and Year)
Doctorate (or other Terminal) Degree:

P.h.D. in Philosophy, Institute of Philosophy of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, 1977.

Master’s Degree:
M.A. in Spanish and Russian Languages and Literatures, Moscow State University of Lomonosov, 1969.

Bachelor’s Degree:
B.A. Teacher of Music. Musical College, Minsk, 1961.

Publications: 

“From a State of War to Perpetual Peace.” In The Challenges of Globalization: Rethinking Nature, Culture, and Freedom. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, 2007.
“Intercultural Philosophy.” In Philosophy of Culture(s). Istanbul, 2007.
“Intercultural Discourse and African-Caribbean Philosophy.” Dialogue and Universalism, 1-2/2005.
“Democracia y cultura en Rusia.” In Filosofía para la convivencia. Caminos de diálogo norte-sur. Raúl Fornet-Betancourt and Juan Antonio Senent, eds. Sevilla, España: Editorial MAD, 2004. (In Spanish).
“La recepción en Rusia.” Arturo Ardao y Arturo Andres Roig - Filósofos de la Autenticidad. Hugo E. Biagini and Raúl Fornet-Betancourt, eds. Aachen: Wissenschaftsverlag Mainz, 2001. (In Spanish).
“Borges and Bakhtin.” The Journal of the Association for the Interdisciplinary Study of the Arts, (JAISA), Vol. 6, Numbers 1-2, Autumn 2000-Spring 2001: 125-141.
“The Poetics of Dostoevsky and Borges.” For Borges: A Collection of Critical Essays and Fiction on The Centennial of His Birth (1899-1999). Joseph Tyler, ed. Carrollton, GA, 1999.
“Retos actuales a la filosofía de la liberación.” Cuadernos Hispanoamericanos, 627, 2002. (In Spanish).
“El Discurso Ético en la Filosofía Latinoamericana.” SECOLAS Annals. Journal of the Southeastern Council on Latin American Studies, Volume XXXII, 2000. (In Spanish).
“El discurso antrópico: más allá de la pos-modernidad” Signos en Rotación. Suplemento Cultural.
Maracaibo, Venezuela, el 20 de agosto de 2000. (In Spanish).
“La globalización y su planteamiento en la filosofía latinoamericana.” CUYO Anuario de Filosofía
Argentina y Americana, Volumen 16, Año 1999. (In Spanish).

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