College of Humanities and Social Sciences
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Concentrations

MA in Philosophy

Laina Saul, 2007

Laina Saul received her master's degree in philosophy in 2007 and is currently a doctoral candidate in George Mason University's cultural studies program. Her areas of interest include existentialism and phenomenology. While working on her PhD, Laina has worked as a teaching assistant within the philosophy department, and has presented papers at conferences for the Society for Existential and Phenomenological Theory and Culture (EPTC), in conjunction with Congress of Social Sciences and Humanities of Canada, University of British Columbia, Vancouver BC; the World History Organization of Texas, St. Edward’s University; the Chesapeake chapter of the American Studies Association; and most recently at the Southeastern Women's Studies Association, among others.

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