Sabina Vaccarino Bremner
Sabina works on topics in social/political philosophy and 20th century European philosophy. She is particularly interested in critical theory, feminist philosophy, and Michel Foucault. She is currently at work on a study of the Kantian dimension of Foucault's thought, and is considering how such an analysis might lead one to reevaluate his contribution to critical theory and social philosophy. She also has interests in Kant, early analytic philosophy (Wittgenstein, Austin), and post-Kantian European philosophy more generally.
Sabina holds a BA in Philosophy from the University of Chicago (2014). Her work has been supported by a year-long DAAD fellowship in Frankfurt and a Council for European Studies fellowship to pursue archival research on the early Foucault in Paris. In addition to pursuing her PhD in Philosophy, she is dually enrolled in Columbia's Comparative Literature and Society program.