Full Professor, Department of Philosophy
Member of the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies and thereby authorized to supervise theses.
Office: 120 University, Room 12046
Telephone: 613-562-5800, ext. 1714
Holder of the University Research Chair in Political Thought, and of a Killam Research Fellowship (2007-09), Canada Council for the Arts
1984 – PhD Princeton University
Fields of interest
- Political Philosophy
- German Philosophy
- Aesthetics and Politics, 1700-1850
Douglas Moggach, Hegelianismo, Republicanismo, e Modernidade [Hegelianism, Republicanism, and Modernity], 80 pp., in Portuguese translation, PUCRS (Catholic University, Rio Grande do Sul), Brazil, expected publication date June 2010
Douglas Moggach, The Philosophy and Politics of Bruno Bauer, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2003, 302 pp.; CUP paperback edition, 302 pp., 2007 Short-listed for the C.B. Macpherson Prize, 2004. German translation: Philosophie und Politik bei Bruno Bauer, trans. Brita Isabel Oeding, Forschungen zum Junghegelianismus, ed. Konrad Feilchenfeld and Lars Lambrecht, in collaboration with the Istituto Italiano per gli Studi Filosofici, Lang, Frankfurt, 2009, 285 pp.
Douglas Moggach, ed., Politics, Religion, and Art: Hegelian Debates, Northwestern University Press, 480 pp., expected publication date December 2010.
Douglas Moggach, ed., The New Hegelians: Politics and Philosophy in the Hegelian School, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2006, 345 pp.
Awards and achievements
2011 – Distinguished University Professor, University of Ottawa
2009-2011 – Honorary Professor, Department of Philosophy, School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry, University of Sydney
2009 – Visiting Fellow, King’s College, University of Cambridge (Lent term: Jan.-March, 2009)
2008 – International Visiting Research Fellow, University of Sydney
2007-09 – Killam Research Fellow, Canada Council for the Arts
2007 – Visiting Fellow, Sidney Sussex College, University of Cambridge (Easter Term: April-June, 2007)
2004-05, 2007 – Senior Associate, King’s College, University of Cambridge
2004-05 – Visiting Fellow, Centre for History and Economics, King’s College, University of Cambridge