Eva Schwarz

Phd in Philosophy and Director of the Centre for practical knowledge at Södertörn University.

Eva Schwarz received her PhD in Philosophy with the thesis, entitled Subjektivität und Perspektivität (Subjectivity and Perspectivity) at the Department of Philosophy, University in Graz, Austria in 2007 (funded by the Austrian Science Fund). 2005 she has been visiting researcher at the Center for Subjectivity research in Copenhagen, Danmark. Between 2007 and 2010, she has worked as Assistant professor at the department for teacher training, University in Graz.

Since 2010 Eva Schwarz is working as a senior lecturer and researcher at the Center for Studies in Practical Knowledge at Södertörn University. Her research and teaching is mainly concerned with philosophy of education, subject theory, ethics, philosophy of science and knowledge, concepts of Bildung and personhood.

Schwarz is teaching philosophy of science, philosophy of education and ethics at the master program at the Center for Studies in practical knowledge and at the teacher training program.

Since January 2014, she is leading the interdisicplinary research project Being and Becoming: A phenomenological perspective on formative dimensions of preschool education in Sweden and Germany(funded by Östersjöstiftelsen).

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Articles by Eva Schwarz

  1. “At the very core of the Belarusian uprising is a moral trauma”

    Tatiana Shchyttsova, is professor of Philosophy at the Department of Social Sciences and Academic Director of Center for Philosophical Anthropology, at the European Humanities University, Vilnius. Here in an interview on the present situation in Belarus, on the role of philosophy in times of revolution and change.

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