Teaching Fellow in the Social Sciences
PhD'18 (modern European history) University of Chicago

etschink@uchicago.edu


Research Interests

Modern European intellectual history; modern European philosophy, especially political and social theory; Weimar Germany; human rights ideas in modern European philosophy; human rights law and international treaties; international humanitarian law and humanitarianism

Dissertation

The Just Enemy in a Time of Terror and Conflict


Teaching Fellows in the Social Science is a competitive two-year program designed to enhance the pedagogical skills and extend research training for recent graduates of PhD programs in the social sciences at the University of Chicago. Teaching fellows demonstrate excellence in their original scholarship and teaching and are selected by a faculty committee.

2018–19 Teaching

SOSC 11400 Power, Identity, and Resistance 1 (Aut 18)
SOSC 11500 Power, Identity, and Resistance 2 (Win 19)
SOSC 11600 Power, Identity, and Resistance 2 (Spr 19)
HIST 29416 Modern European Intellectual History (Spr 19)