|Name||Dr. Andrew Schmitz|
|School||School of Interdisciplinary Studies|
|Academic and Professional Designations|
|Title||Chair, Interdisciplinary Studies|
|Areas of Expertise & Interest||Critical and Literary Theory, 20th century English, German and Austrian Modernism (Kafka and Joyce), literature and philosophy, phenomenology, Emmanuel Levinas, nineteenth-century German Idealism.|
|Industry Experience, Professional Currency Activities|
|Major Research Projects, Scholarly Activities, and/or Publications|
"The Dialectics of Kafka and Joyce: Modernist Structures after Hegel."
Professors Henry Sussman (Director), Rodolphe Gasche, Jill Robbins.
Fellowships and Honours:
|Additional Information||Andrew enjoys working with faculty to create programs and courses that enable students to apply a breadth of learning towards their future careers. Andrew is actively engaged with institutional quality initiatives with degree breadth courses, general education electives, communication courses and career development courses. Andrew lives on a rural property with his family; including two rescue dogs and one cat: Lili, Rain and Egghorse.|