Carolyn Bonacci become a member of the Philosophy Department at Marywood University in the Spring of 2010. This semester Ms. Bonacci will be a full-time Instructor teaching several sections of Introduction to Philosophy. In 2009, Ms. Bonacci completed her Master's Degree in Philosophy at Boston College in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. Her main philosophical interests are in aesthetics, ancient philosophy, existentialism and phenomenology. During her undergraduate studies at Loyola College (now Loyola University Maryland), she worked as the assistant to Dr. Bettina Bergo in her translation of Emmanuel Levinas' God, Death and Time and graduated with a double major in Philosophy and Fine Arts with a concentration in Art History. Carolyn also studied abroad both at Oxford University (Wadham College) in England and at Syracuse University, Florence, Italy.
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