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Tracie M. Matysik

Associate FacultyPh.D., 2001, Cornell University

Associate Professor
Tracie M. Matysik



Research interests

She works in the field of modern European intellectual history, with a particular focus on the evolution of secularism as a social movement. At present she is working on a book manuscript provisionally entitled "Spinoza Matters: Pantheism, Materialism, and Alternative Enlightenment Legacies in Nineteenth-Century Europe." She is also producing an anthology of writings by women from across Europe who were influenced directly or indirectly by the thought of Friedrich Nietzsche.

Courses taught

Modern European and German history with a focus on European intellectual history and the history of sexuality.


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