professor of art history & humanities
washington hall, 147 | 706.667.4870 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Born in Brooklyn and raised in Northern New Jersey, Michael Schwartz received his Ph.D. from Columbia University. He teaches at ASU courses in art history, philosophy of art and aesthetics, and world humanities.
Michael is the co-founder and standing co-lead officer of the Comparative and Continental Philosophy Circle, which holds an international annual conference, publishes a journal twice yearly, and sponsors a growing book series (he is founding Associate Editor of both the journal and the book series).
He is the Aesthetic Editor for Integral Life.
Believing in the value of human growth and transformation, Michael is on the Board of Directors of The Forge Institute and is Director of its Programs in Transformational Development.