|Dr Erika Kerruish|
|Current Appointment:||Associate Lecturer|
|Organisational Unit:||School of Arts & Social Sciences - Lismore|
|Telephone:||(02) 6620 3139|
Dr Erika Kerruish
Erika teaches cultural studies and philosophy in the School of Arts and Social Sciences. Her research interests include emotion and subjectivity, aesthetics and cultural theory. She is an editor of the journal Transformations.
Erika Kerruish, "From Vulgar Words to Lightening Bolts: Nietzsche on Style", Literature and Aesthetics, 17(2) December 2007, pp. 28-43.
Erika Kerruish, Vin D'Cruz and Baden Offord, "Teaching Shared Values and Social Cohesion: the Necessary Other", in As Others See Us, eds J.V. D'Cruz, Bernie Neville, Devika Goonewardene & Phillip Darby, North Melbourne, Vic. : Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2008.
Erika Kerruish, "Interpreting Feeling: Nietzsche on the Emotions and the Self," Minerva: An Internet Journal of Philosophy, 13, 2009, pp. 1-27. http://www.mic.ul.ie/stephen/vol13/Nietzsche.pdf
Erika Kerruish, "Benjamin’s Shock and Image: Critical Responses to Hyperaesthetic Culture," Transformations: A Journal of Media and Culture, 22, 2012. http://www.transformationsjournal.org/journal/issue_22/article_04.shtml
Erika Kerruish, "Thinking with Film: Engaging the Emotions," Screen Education, 72, 2014.
Offord, B, Kerruish, E, Garbutt, R, Wessell, A and Pavolvic, K, Inside Australian Culture: Legacies of Enlightenment Values , London: Anthem, 2014.
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