Emma  Brodeur

Emma Brodeur

PhD Candidate Critique, Image, and Politics


514 Hall of Languages



Emma’s research interests include modern Jewish thought, Continental philosophy, and philosophical aesthetics. She is currently writing a dissertation in which she argues that Sigmund Freud's theories of dream-work and -interpretation offer important insights into his picture of modern Jewishness and Jewish cultural memory in fin-de-siècle Vienna. Emma also teaches classes on Jewish thought and culture and methods and theories in the study of religion. In her free-time, she enjoys rock climbing and trail running.

(M.A.,Religion, Syracuse University, 2010; B.A., Bachelor's Degree with Individual Concentration (BDIC): Religion, University of Massachusetts Amherst, 2006.)