Ruttenberg, Howard

Overview

Curriculum Vitae

  1. Education


    Degree Institution Field Dates
    PhD  The University of Chicago  Committee on the Analysis of Ideas & The Study of Methods  1973 
    BA  The University of Chicago  Philosophy  1960 
  2. Full-Time Academic Experience


    Institution Rank Field Dates
    York College  Professor  Philosophy  1969-present 
    California State College, San Bernardino  Ass't. Prof.  Philosophy  1968-69 
  3. Part-Time Academic Experience


    Institution Rank Field Dates
    Cong. Rodeph Sholom  Guest Lecturer  Philosophy  2000, 2007, 2009 
    The University of Chicago  Lecturer  University Ext.  1963-68 
    The University of Chicago  Grad. Ass't.  The College  1964-65 
  4. Non Academic Experience


    Place of Employment Title Date
    Baltimore & Ohio Rail Road  Switchman  1956-1960 
  5. Employment Record At This Institution

  6. Publications In Field Of Expertise

    1. Books:
    2. Papers in Professional Journals:
      1. Articles:

        H. Ruttenberg. "Plato's Use of the Analgoy Between Justice and Health." The Journal of Value Inquiry. 20 1986: 145-156.

      2. Proceedings:
        1. Refereed Proceedings
        2. Non-Refereed Proceedings
    3. Chapters in Books:

      Richard McKeon. "Freedom and History and Other Essays." . 1990: Introduction, pp. xiii-xxiii.

    4. Government Reports or Monographs
    5. Book Reviews:

      "Rhetoric Society Quarterly" Winter, 1992: .

      "Ethics" July, 1992: .

      "Ethics" 1987: .

      "Journal of Modern Psychoanalysis" 1985, 1984: .

      "Ethics" 1984, 1982: .

  7. Other Publications

    1. Books:
    2. Papers in Professional Journals:
      1. Articles:

        H. Ruttenberg. "Modern Psychoanalysis as Philosophy." The Journal of Modern Psychoanalysis. VII 1982: .

      2. Proceedings:
        1. Refereed Proceedings
        2. Non-Refereed Proceedings
    3. Chapters in Books:
    4. Government Reports or Monographs
    5. Book Reviews:
  8. Presented Papers, Lectures, And Exhibitions And Performances

    "Teaching Values in Higher Education" September 1995: York College Faculty Forum.

    "Liberation Through the Liberal Arts" March 1987: York College Faculty Forum.

    "Richard McKeon Memorial Address" April 1985: The University of Chicago Memorial Service.

    "The Analogy Between Justice and Health in Plato's Republic" November 1984: Philosophy Seminar, Fairfield U..

  9. Patents

    None

  10. Work In Progress

    1. Books in progress:
    2. Papers in Progress:
    3. Papers submitted to journals for consideration:
    4. Research in progress:
  11. Professional Honors, Prizes, Fellowships

  12. Grants-In-Aid

  13. Institutional Service

    1. Service to the Department

      Department Chairperson: 1993-2009.

    2. Service to the School
    3. Service to the College

      Search Committee for Director of Seek: 2004.

      Search Committee for President: 2002-3.

      Search Committee for Provost: 1999.

      Middle States Self-Study Steering Committee: 1996-97.

      Chair, Task Force on Implementation of the York College Mission: 1992-93.

      Writing in General Education Project Coordinator: 2001-2005.

      Teacher Education Task Force: 1999-2000.

    4. Service to the Graduate Center
    5. Service to the University

      CUNY General Education Project: 2003-2004.

  14. Offices Held In Professional Societies

  15. Other Professional Activities And Public Service

  16. Teaching Activities At This Institution

    1. Courses Taught (List)
      Hist & Phil 103 Introduction to Philosophy 
       211 Ancient Philosophy 
       212 Medieval Philosophy 
       213 Modern Philosophy 
       261 Existentialism 
       353 Social & Political Philosophy 
       354 Philosophy of Religion 
       355 Philosophy of Love & Friendship 
      Poltical Science 267 Political Theory I 
       268 Political Theory II 
      Speech 203 Ethics & Freedom of Speech 
       321 Rhetorical Theory 
    2. New courses/programs developed (list):
Ruttenberg, Howard
 

Ruttenberg, Howard
Professor
History-Philosophy