Zuidervaart, Lambert

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ZUIDERVAART, Lambert. American, b. 1950. Genres: Humanities, Philosophy. Career: KDCR-FM Radio, Sioux Center, IA, programmer and announcer, 1970-72; high school music teacher in St. Catherines, ON, 1973-74, and Toronto, ON, 1974-75; University of Toronto, director of music and liturgy for Campus Ministry, 1974-77; King's College, Edmonton, AB, assistant professor of philosophy, 1981-85, head of Division of Humanities, 1982-85; Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI, associate professor, 1985-89, professor of philosophy, 1989-2002, head of department, 1991-97, fellow of Calvin Center for Christian Scholarship, 1988-89, 1994-96, vice chair of Faculty Senate, 1999-2002; Institute for Christian Studies, Toronto, chancellor, 1998-2001, professor of philosophy, 2002-. Freie Universitat Berlin, German Academic Exchange Service researcher, 1994; Adorno Archive, Frankfurt, German Academic Exchange Service researcher, 2001; NEH fellow, 2002; public speaker on art, aesthetics, and cultural politics. Publications: Kant's Critique of Beauty and Taste: Explorations into a Philosophical Aesthetics, 1977; Adorno's Aesthetic Theory: The Redemption of Illusion, 1991; (co-author) Dancing in the Dark: Youth, Popular Culture, and the Electronic Media, 1991. EDITOR/CO-EDITOR: Pledges of Jubilee: Essays on the Arts and Culture, 1995; The Semblance of Subjectivity, 1997; The Arts, Community, and Cultural Democracy, 2000. Work represented in anthologies. Contributor of articles and reviews to books and philosophy journals. Address: Institute for Christian Studies, 229 College St, Toronto, ON, Canada M5T 1R4. Online address: [email protected]