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Associate Professor of Philosophy

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Expertise

Political Philosophy, Philosophy of Law, Democratic Theory, Philosophy of Art, The Origin and History of the Secret Ballot, Public Trust and Private Right, Liberty and Equality, Natural Kinds and Human Kinds, The Internationalization of Human Rights, Duty to Rescue Law, R2P, Criminal Attempt Law, Felony Murder, International Rules of War and Micro-Legal Systems, Civil Engagement and Civil Resistance, The Philosophy of John Stuart Mill, The Nature of Representation in Painting, Photography and Film.

Courses

  • PHIL 1a - Introduction to Philosophy
  • PHIL 12b - Social Justice
  • PHIL 20a - Social and Political Philosophy: Democracy and Disobedience
  • PHIL 110a - The Meaning of Life or "How Should One Live?"
  • PHIL 113b - Aesthetics: Painting, Photography, and Film
  • PHIL 119a - Human Rights
  • PHIL 125b - Philosophy of Law
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ANDREAS TEUBER studied philosophy at Oxford with Paul Grice and at Harvard, where his Ph.D. advisors were John Rawls ("A Theory of Justice") and Robert Nozick ("Anarchy, State and Utopia").

He is currently an Associate Professor of the Department of Philosophy and served as its Department Chair from 2005-2010.

His scholarship encompasses the internationalization of human rights, issues of social inequality, risk analysis, the nature and limits of democratic forms of deliberation, civic participation and renewal, cosmopolitanism, and the relation of U. S. Constitutional Law to international covenants, understandings and agreements as well as the relation of decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court to the opinions of international courts and tribunals.

He has published in such journals as the American Scientist, Political Theory and Daedalus: the Journal for the American Academy of Arts and Sciences as well as written for The London Review of Books, The New York Times and The Boston Globe.

He has been a member and fellow of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton and has received fellowships from the Fulbright Program and the National Endowment for the Humanities.

He is the recipient of two Brandeis teaching awards, the Michael Laban Walzer Award and the Kermit H. Perlmutter Fellowship Award for Excellence in Teaching. His syllabus for the Introduction to Philosophy course that he teaches here at Brandeis is listed among the Top Ten Most Popular Philosophy Syllabi in the World.

He is the contributor to two books: AMERICAN JOURNEY: The Times of Robert Kennedy, edited by Jean Stein and George Plimpton and RISK: Public Health and Risk Assessment, edited by Edward J. Burger and the author of a number of articles in philosophy, politics and law, among them, "Justifying Risk" which appeared in Daedalus: the Journal for the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, "The Relevant Reasons for Distributing Health Care" which appeared in the Southern Journal of Philosophy, "Simone Weil: Equality as Compassion" which appeared in Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, and "Kant's Respect for Persons" and "A Defense of Pluralism and Equality," both of which appeared in the Sage Publication: Political Theory.

He is currently a member of the Harvard Summer School Faculty.

After a year as an undergraduate at Oxford, he was cast in the role of Mephistopheles in the Oxford University Drama Society production of Christopher Marlowe's "Doctor Faustus," opposite Richard Burton as Faustus and Elizabeth Taylor as Helen of Troy and he repeated his role in the Columbia Pictures movie version of Doctor Faustus, now available on DVD. Subsequently he guest-starred on a number of television series, among them, "I Spy" with Bill Cosby and Robert Culp and "The Big Valley" with Barbara Stanwyck, Linda Evans, Lee Majors, Richard Long, and Peter Breck.

He also played the title role in the PBS N.E.T. Playhouse National telecast of "Jesus - A Passion Play for Americans,” a jazz/rock re-telling (music by Peter Ivers) of the last ten days of Christ, produced by Jac Venza, a forerunner of "Godspell: A Musical Based on the Gospel According to St. Matthew" (1973) and "Jesus Christ Superstar" (1973).

He founded the new Poets' Theater in 1987 and was its Artistic Director well into the 1990’s, working with poets Seamus Heaney, Joseph Brodsky, Derek Walcott, Anthony Hecht, Amy Clampitt, Richard Wilbur, John Ashbery, Kenward Elmslie, Alison Lurie, Donald Hall, Kenneth Koch, William Corbett, Joe LeSuer, Lloyd Schwartz, Frank Bidart, Gail Mazur, Robert Pinsky, Rosanna Warren and Allen Ginsberg, among others. In 1992 he founded the Cambridge Theater Company, and also served as its Artistic Director until 1998. The Theater Company produced its shows at the Hasty Pudding Theater in Harvard Square and gained a reputation as Boston's leading off-Broadway theater. In 1998 the Theater Company was a co-recipient of the Elliot Norton Award, Boston's highest Theater Honor, for the Best Production of the Year.

As director of many of the stage productions for both the Poets Theater and the Cambridge Theater Company, he worked with and directed onstage, among others, Claire Bloom, William Cain, Stockard Channing, Lindsay Crouse, Blythe Danner, Peter Falk, Julie Harris, John Heard, Jackie Mason, Mort Sahl, Spalding Gray, Cherry Jones, Bill Murray, Alan Rachins, Christopher Reeve, Wallace Shawn, Kathryn Walker, Sam Waterston, Debra Winger and Irene Worth.


COURSES
PHIL 1a - Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 12b - Social Justice
PHIL 20a - Democracy and Civil Resistance
PHIL 22b - Philosophy of Law
PHIL 110a - Meaning in Life and Why It Matters
PHIL 113b - Painting, Photography, and Film
PHIL 119a - Human Rights
PHIL 112b - Philosophy and Public Policy


HONORS AND AWARDS
• Innovation in Teaching Award, Brandeis University
• Top Ten Most Popular Philosophy Syllabi in the World, Google Digital Library
• Mazer Award for Faculty Research, Brandeis University
• Kermit Perlmutter Fellowship for Teaching Excellence, Brandeis University
• Michael Laban Walzer Award for Excellence in Teaching, Brandeis University
• Elliot Norton Award (Boston Theater Critics Association)
• Andrew W. Mellon Assistant Professorship, Brandeis University
• National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship
• Institute for Advanced Study Fellowship
• Fulbright Fellowship
• Woodrow Wilson Fellowship
• Graduate Prize Fellow, Harvard Department of Philosophy
• Phi Beta Kappa, Harvard College


SCHOLARSHIP
(Philosophy, Theatre, Film and Television):

Teuber, Andreas, “The Play’s the Thing,” BRANDEIS MAGAZINE, Summer 2015.

Teuber, Andreas. "Dr. Faustus on Stage and Film." Marlowe's Dr. Faustus. Interview. Ed. Lake, James & Ribner, Irving. Hackett Publishing Company, 2014

Teuber, Andreas, “All’s Fair in Love and War,” Perspective, BRANDEIS MAGAZINE, Summer 2014.

Teuber, Andreas. "Sie Kam Im Pyjama." FOCUS MAGAZIN March 2011: 138.

Teuber, Andreas. This Progress, GUGGENHEIM MUSEUM, NEW YORK. Major new performance piece with German artist Tino Sehgal commissioned by the Guggenheim Museum in celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the completion of the building by Frank Lloyd Wright, January 29 – March 10, 2010.

Teuber, Andreas, I SPY (DVD). Actor: Nikos. Sony Pictures, 2008.

Teuber, Andreas, JESUS: A PASSION PLAY FOR AMERICANS (VIDEO). Actor: Jesus. N.E.T. Playhouse, Channel 13 New York (PBS) and Library of Congress, 2008.

Teuber, Andreas. This Situation, MARIAN GOODMAN GALLErY, NEW YORK. Major new performance piece with German artist Tino Sehgal, commissioned by the Gallery, November 30, 2007 - January 10, 2008.

Teuber, Andreas. FOREWORD: Are You A Machine? The Brain, The Mind and What It Means To Be Human. First ed. Humanity Books: Prometheus, Amherst, New York, 2007.

Teuber, Andreas, THE BIG VALLEY (DVD). Actor: Jaime. 20TH CENTURY FOX, 2007.

Teuber, Andreas, THE IMPORTED BRIDEGROOM (DVD). Actor: Mendele. The National Center for Jewish Film, 2007

Teuber, Andreas. "When Is It Murder?" NEWSDAY October 29, 2006: Sunday Magazine.

Teuber, Andreas. "Christopher Marlowe's Dr. Faustus in Performance," Shakespeare and the Classroom XIII. 1 (2005).

Teuber, Andreas, DOCTOR FAUSTUS (DVD). Actor: Mephistopheles. Sony Pictures, 2004.

Teuber, Andreas. "Camera Obscurities: The Use of Optical Devices by the Old Masters." THE AMERICAN SCIENTIST 90, Number 2. March-April (2002): pp. 202-10.

Teuber, Andreas. "The Freedom of Thought or A Pencil Is the Best of Eyes." ET CETERA - A REVIEW OF GENERAL SEMANTICS 59, Number 1. Summer (2001): pp. 364-78.

Teuber, Andreas. ""Victims' Rights: Justice or Revenge?" IMPRINT 20, Number 2. Spring (2000): pp. 5-10.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Co-Producer, CABARET, Music by John Kander, lyrics by Fred Ebb, book by Joe Masteroff, directed by Julie Boyd, choreographed by Hope Clarke with SPIRO MALAS, MARNI NIXON, BECCA AYERS, CHRISTOPHER YATES, JONATHAN HAMMOND, PATRICK EMERSON, TINA STAFFORD, PAMELA BRADLEY, MARCI REED, MICHAEL BALLOS and STUART METCALF, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, October 1997 through January 1998.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, THE DRAGON & THE PEARL: The Life of Pearl Buck, directed by Rob Ruggiero with VALERIE HARPER, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, September 1997.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, MORT SAHL’S AMERICA II, written and performed by MORT SAHL, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, May and June 1997.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, MUCH ADO ABOUT EVERYTHING A World Premiere, written and performed by JACKIE MASON Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, February 1997.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, CRY ME A RIVER by Joyce Carol Oates (A World Premiere) with JULIA GIBSON, VICTOR SLEZAK and TONY TODD, directed by Gordon Edelstein, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, January 1997.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, UNCOMMON SENSE II, written and performed by JIMMY TINGLE, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, December 1996.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, JACKIE: AN AMERICAN LIFE, written and directed by Gip Hoppe with DIEGO ARCINIEGAS, LANE BURGESS, PAUL WAGNER, ROBERTA KASTELIC, CHANDRA PIERAGOSTINI, CHIP PHILLIPS, PAULA PLUM, M. LYNDA ROBINSON, PATRICK SHEA and RICHARD SNEE, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, October and November 1996.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, JACKIE: AN AMERICAN LIFE, written and directed by Gip Hoppe with DIEGO ARCINIEGAS, LANE BURGESS, TOMMY DERRAH, ROBERTA KASTELIC, CHANDRA PIERAGOSTINI, TOM SWIFT, PAULA PLUM, M. LYNDA ROBINSON, PATRICK SHEA and RICHARD SNEE, Wilbur Theatre, Boston, Massachusetts, July and September 1996.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, LOVE LETTERS by A. R. Gurney, directed by Andreas Teuber with PETER FALK and SHERA DANESE, Wilbur Theatre, Boston, Massachusetts June 1996.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, LAS VEGAS VOWS, written and Performed by KEVIN MEANEY, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, May and June 1996.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, AVNER THE ECCENTRIC CONQUERS THE WORLD: An Evening of Mime, Magic, and Circus Acts with AVNER EISENBERG Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts December 1995.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, UNCOMMON SENSE, written and Performed by JIMMY TINGLE, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, June and November 1995.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, BILL W. & DR. BOB by Janet Surry and Samuel Shem, directed by David Wheeler with JACK WILLIS, MICHAEL BALCANOFF, ALEX LORIA, MARYA LOWRY, KIPPY GOLDFARB and BRUCE WARD, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts and The Lyceum Theatre, San Diego, California June and July, 1995.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, SOME AMERICANS ABROAD by Richard Nelson, A Radio Theatre Production, directed by Andreas Teuber with LINDSAY CROUSE, JULIE HARRIS, ALAN RACHINS and WALLY SHAWN, WGBH Channel 2, Boston, Massachusetts, May 1995.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, READINGS FROM RUSSELL BAKER’S BOOK OF AMERICAN HUMOR, staged and Co-Produced by Isaiah Sheffer and Andreas Teuber with VINIE BURROWS, DICK CAVETT, JAMES NAUGHTON, ISAIAH SHEFFER and JERRY STILLER, Sanders Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, May 1995.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, EDGAR ALLAN POE: POET & STORYTELLER, staged and Co-Produced by Isaiah Sheffer and Andreas Teuber with RENE AUBERJONOIS, NANCY MARCHAND and HARRIS YULIN Sanders Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, April 1995.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, FENWAY FICTIONS: A SALUTE TO BASEBALL, directed by Andreas Teuber with ROGER ANGEL, JACK DAVIDSON, STEPHEN LANG, BILL LITTLEFIELD, GAIL MAZUR, PETER GAMMONS, JOHN UPDIKE and FRITZ WEAVER, Sanders Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts March 1995.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, YIDDLE WITH A FIDDLE, adapted from the 1936 Film Book and Lyrics by Isaiah Sheffer, Music by Abraham Ellstein Orchestrations by Lanny Meyers, starring EMILY LOESSER with DONALD GRODY, JONATHAN HADLEY, BILL KOCIS, CHERYL McMAHON JEANNE MONTANO, MICHAEL POISSON, DANNY RUTIGLIANO, LYNN SHUCK, CHRISTOPHER VETTEL and ELIZABETH WALSH, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, December 1994.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, THE MOST DANGEROUS WOMAN IN AMERICA: A Musical Tribute to Mother Jones, with RONNIE GILBERT with Songs and Music by Holly Near, Judy Small, Jeff Langley, and Ronnie Gilbert, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, November 1994.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, GRAY’S ANATOMY, written and performed by SPALDING GRAY, directed by Renee Shafransky, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, October 1994.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, MORT SAHL’S AMERICA, written and Performed by MORT SAHL (New England Premiere) Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, October 1994.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, BEAU JEST by James Sherman with CAROL MONDA, PAUL AMODEO, PAUL STOLARSKY, BETH HOLLAND, JK THOMPSON and JERERMIAH KISSEL, Charles Playhouse, Boston, Massachusetts, September 1994.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, CLUB SANDWICH: More Juggling & Cheap Theatrics with THE FLYING KARAMAZOV BROTHERS, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, December 1993

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, SHAKESPEARE’S WOMEN IN LOVE: A World Premiere New Portraits of Shakespeare’s Women, directed by Andreas Teuber with CLAIRE BLOOM, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, November 1993.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? by Edward Albee, directed by Larry Arrick with SALLY KELLERMAN, DAVID ACKROYD, PATRICIA DUNNOCK and DAVID MACDONALD, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, October 1993.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, GRAY’S ANATOMY, written and performed by SPALDING GRAY, (A World Premiere) directed by Renee Shafransky, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, October 1993.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, PARK YOUR CAR IN HARVARD YARD, by Israel Horovitz with E. G. MARSHALL and MARYANN PLUNKETT, directed by Grey Johnson, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, September 1993.

Teuber, Andreas. "Justifying Risk." RISK: PUBLIC HEALTH AND RISK ASSESSMENT. First ed. vol. I Ed. Edward J. Burger. Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Press, 1993.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, PATRIMONY: AN EVENING WITH PHILLIP ROTH, directed by Andreas Teuber, Sanders Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, May 1993.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, SILENCED WOMEN: THE POETY OF AKHMATOVA AND TSVETYEVA, conceived with Claire Bloom Andreas Teuber and directed by Andreas Teuber with CLAIRE BLOOM and ALLA DEMIDOVA Sanders Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, April 1993.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, MAD WITH JOY by Amy Clampitt, directed by Andreas Teuber. with JEREMY GEIDT, JONATHAN EPSTEIN, ROBERT WALSH, ELIZABETH CALLAHAN, MARYA LOWRY, and FRANCES WEST Agassiz Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, March 1993.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, JUGGLE & HYDE: A Special Holiday Event with THE FLYING KARAMAZOV BROTHERS, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, December 1992.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, THE LUNATIC, THE LOVER & THE POET, A Two Hour Festival of Shakespeare (A New England Premiere) with BRIAN BEDFORD, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, December 1992.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, MARVIN’S ROOM by Scott McPherson Winner of 1992 DRAMA DESK AWARD FOR BEST PLAY Boston Premiere, directed by David Petrarca with CAROL SCHULTZ, MARY DIVENY, NANCE WILLIAMSON, TIM MONSION, BRENDA PRESSLEY, MARTY ZENTZ and MARK ROSENTHAL, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, November 1992.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, SISTERS, WIVES & DAUGHTERS: A World Premiere, New Portraits of Shakespeare’s Women, directed by Andreas Teuber with CLAIRE BLOOM, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, November 1992.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, GRAY’S ANATOMY, written and performed by SPALDING GRAY, a new work in progress, workshop production, directed by Renee Sharfransky, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, October 1992.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, LOVE LETTERS, by A. R. Gurney Directed by Andreas Teuber with JULIE HARRIS and GEORGE GRIZZARD, directed by Andreas Teuber, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, October 1992.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, THE FOURTH WALL by A. R. Gurney A World Premiere, directed by David Saint with TONY ROBERTS, KELLY BISHOP, JACK GILPIN, and E. KATHERINE KERR, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, September 1992.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, DYLAN THOMAS: RETURN JOURNEY, directed by ANTHONY HOPKINS with BOB KINGDOM, Agassiz Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, March 1992.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, JACKIE: AN AMERICAN LIFE, written and Directed by Gip Hoppe with RICHARD SNEE, JEREMIAH KISSEL, CHLOE LEAMON, JEANNE MONTANO, SUSAN WINSLOW and DIEGO ARCHNIEGAS, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, January 1992.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, THEATER OF THE AIR, written and conceived by The Flying Karamazov Brothers with THE FLYING KARAMAZOV BROTHERS, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, December 1991.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, MOZART’S LETTERS by Andreas Teuber, directed by David Wheeler with JEREMY GEIDT, ANDREAS TEUBER and BRONIA WHEELER Remis Auditorium, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Massachusetts, November 1991.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, A PORTRAIT OF SHAKESPEARE’S WOMEN, directed by Andreas Teuber with CLAIRE BLOOM, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, November 1991.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, VOICES FROM OUR PAST by Andreas Teuber, The Puritans of Massachusetts Bay, An Anthology of Early American Writing, directed by Andreas Teuber with JULIE HARRIS and WILLIAM CAIN, Remis Auditorium, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Massachusetts, November 1991.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, JOYICITY, O’Connor, directed by Caroline FitzGerald with VINCENT O’NEILL, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, October 1991.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, MONSTER IN A BOX, written and performed by SPALDING GRAY, directed by Renee Shafransky, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, October 1991.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, OTHER PEOPLE’S MONEY by Jerry Sterner, directed by Richard Jenkins with JACK WILLIS, WILLIAM DAMKOEHLER, ANNE SCURRIA, WILLIAM CAIN and BARBARA ORSON, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts, September 1991.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, AN EVENING WITH ALLEN GINSBERG: poems by Allen Ginsberg, and a commemorative reading of Howl, directed by Andreas Teuber with ALLEN GINSBERG, Sanders Theatre, Cambridge, May 1991.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, THE LONG HAUL by Erica Funkhouser, directed by David Wheeler, Agassiz Theatre, Cambridge, April 1991.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, VOICES FROM OUR PAST by Andreas Teuber, dramatic readings from the diaries, letters, sermons, meditations and poetry of the earliest American writing, directed by Andreas Teuber with BLYTHE DANNER and JOHN HEARD, Remis Auditorium, Museum of Fine Arts, April 1991.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, LOCKED IN by Aharon Appelfeld A World Premiere in association with the Jewish Theatre of New England, translated by Appelfeld and Teuber and directed by Andreas Teuber, March 1991.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, THE FEVER by Wallace Shawn Performed by WALLY SHAWN, Agassiz Theatre, Cambridge, February 1991.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, MOZART’S LETTERS by Andreas Teuber, directed by David Wheeler with JEREMY GEIDT, BRONIA WHEELER and ANDREAS TEUBER, Remis Auditorium, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts, November 1990.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, THE WORDS AND MUSIC OF PAUL BOWLES, conceived and directed by Andreas Teuber with DEBRA WINGER, Sanders Theatre, Cambridge, Advance Screening of The Sheltering Sky; Harvard Square Movie Theater, Cambridge, World Premiere screening of the documentary Paul Bowles: The Complete Outsider; Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Cambridge, November 1990.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, KEATSm written by and starring PAUL HARRIS, AGASSIZ THEATRE, Cambridge, October 1990.

Teuber, Andreas. "Justifying Risk." DAEDALUS, JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 119, Number 4. Fall (1990): pp. 235-54.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, THESE PEOPLE: VOICES FOR THE STAGE by Lloyd Schwartz with JONATHAN EPSTEIN, DAVID GULLETTE, JOAN TOLENTINO, STEVE VINEBERG, projected paintings by Ralph Hamilton, directed by Lloyd Schwartz, Emerson Studio Theatre, Boston, Massachusetts, June 1990.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, A TRIBUTE TO FRANK O’HARA, conceived and directed by Andreas Teuber with JOHN ASHBERY, DEBORAH FORTSON, ALISON LURIE, KENWARD EMSLIE, KENNETH KOCH, JOE LeSUER, MAUREEN O’HARA, ARNOLD WEINSTEIN, and others, Music by Ned Rorem, Virgil Thomson, Elizabeth Swados, Rodney Lister, and others, under the direction of Gunther Schuller, arranged by Rodney Lister, First Congregational Church, Cambridge, Massachusetts, May 1990.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, AN INTERRUPTED LIFE: THE DIARIES OF ETTY HILLESUM, directed by Andreas Teuber with ILONA RICARDO, introduced by AHARON APPELFELD, Coolidge Corner Theatre, Brookline, May 1990.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, UNDER MILK WOOD by Dylan Thomas with the Dylan Thomas Society of Great Britain: KATHY CRAMER, DELWEN EVANS, MEGAN EVANS, DUDLEY EVANS, MALCOLM HARRIS, GERALD RODERICK, SANDIE ROUCH, KEN THOMAS, NORMA THOMAS, JOHN RHYS THOMAS, staged by John Rhys Thomas, Agassiz Theatre, Cambridge, Massachusetts, April 1990.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, STREETSONGS Songs of theatrical renown, directed by Andreas Teuber. with GERALDINE FITZGERALD, Musical arrangements by Stanley Wietryzchowski, Agassiz Theatre, Cambridge, Massachusetts, March 1990.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, A TRIBUTE TO ANNA AKHMATOVA: The poetry of Akhmatova in English and Russian, directed by Andreas Teuber with JOSEPH BRODSKY, ALLA DEMIDOVA, CHERRY JONES, ANATOLY NAIMAN, FRANKLIN REEVE, SANDRA SHIPLEY, and others, Sanders Theatre, Cambridge, December 1989.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, 26 BARS FROM THE AMAZON CLUB TO ZANZIBAR’S by Kenward Elmslie, An Imaginary tour of Drinking Establishments, directed by Andreas Teuber with KENWARD ELMSLIE, projected drawings by DONNA DENNIS, music by STEVEN TAYLOR, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, November 1989.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, SISTER AND MISS LEXIE, stories of Eudora Welty adapted for the stage, with BRENDA CURRIN, directed by David Kaplan, Remis Aditorium, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, October 1989.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, IN THE COMPANY OF POETS: A WILLIAM ALFRED ANTHOLOGY - an evening of poetry from Chaucer to the present, selected and introduced by William Alfred, conceived, co-produced and directed by Andreas Teuber and Kathryn Walker with STOCKARD CHANNING, BILL MURRAY, BRIAN DOYLE MURRAY, CHRISTOPHER REEVE, FRANCES WEST, and KATHRYN WALKER, Sanders Theatre, Cambridge, Massachusetts, May 1989.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, AN EVENING WITH RICHARD WILBUR, an evening of poetry and scenes from Wilbur’s translations of Racine and Moliere, conceived and directed by Andreas Teuber with RICHARD WILBUR, HOLLY CATE, JOSPEH COSTA, STEPHEN HANAN, FRANCES WEST and KATHRYN WALKER, Agassiz Theatre, Cambridge, Massachusetts, May 1989.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, AN EVENING OF SAMUEL BECKETT: Ohio Impromptu, That Time, and A Piece of Monologue, plus the world premiere of Beckett’s latest work, Stirrings Still with DAVID WARRILOW, directed by Robert Scanlan, Remis Auditorium, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts, April 1989.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, AN EVENING WITH REYNOLDS PRICE with REYNOLDS PRICE and KATHRYN WALKER, staged by Kathryn Walker, Lamont Poetry Room, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, April 1989.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, UNDER MILK WOOD by Dylan Thomas with KATHY CRAMER, DELWEN EVANS, MEGAN EVANS, DUDLEY EVANS, MALCOLM HARRIS, PAM HOPKINS, GERALD RODERICK, SANDIE ROUCH, KEN THOMAS, NORMA THOMAS and JOHN RHYS THOMAS, Agassiz Theatre, Cambridge, March 1989.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, LIAM CLANCY AND FRIENDS, An evening of Irish poetry and song by Yeats, Joyce and several contemporary Irish writers, conceived and directed by Andreas Teuber with LIAM CLANCY OF THE CLANCY BROTHERS, Sanders Theatre, Cambridge, March 1989.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, ABOUT TO BEGIN by Jerome Kilty, a staged reading of a new work, American Repertory Theatre, Cambridge, February 1989.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, THE THREE OF US by Amy Clampitt, a staged reading of a new work, directed by Andreas Teuber, The Lyric Theatre in Boston, February 1989.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, THE T. S. ELIOT CENTENNIAL, conceived and directed by Andreas Teuber with WILLIAM ALFRED, ROBERT BRUSTEIN, WILLIAM CAVNESS, STOCKARD CHANNING, AMY CLAMPITT, WILLIAM CORBETT, VIRGINIA ESKIN, ROBERT GIROUX, PETER GOMES, DONALD HALL, STEPHEN HANAN, ANTHONY HECHT, JEROME KILTY, ANDREW OSBORN, ROBERT PINSKY, CHRISTOPHER RICKS, PAUL SCHMIDT, ROGER SHATTUCK, SANDRA SHIPLEY, DEREK WALCOTT, KATHRYN WALKER, ROSANNA WARREN, SAM WATERSTON and IRENE WORTH, Sanders Theatre, Cambridge, December 1988.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, BLUES by John Hersey, adapted for the stage, directed by Andreas Teuber with ROBERT BRUSTEIN, JEROME KILTY and KATHRYN WALKER, Katherine Cornell Theatre, Vineyard Haven, Massachusetts, August 1988.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, THE LOSS OF THE SCHOONER KESTREL by Richard Morris Dey, directed by Andreas Teuber with RICHARD DEY, WILLIAM CAVNESS and JOHN MANSFIELD, Cambridge, Massachusetts, May 1988.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, AN EVENING AT SANDOVER, by James Merrill with JAMES MERRILL, LEAH DOYLE and PETER HOOTEN, Hasty Pudding Theater, Cambridge, Massachusetts April 1988.

Teuber, Andreas. "Absent Framers: On the Continuous American Constitution." THE LONDON REVIEW OF BOOKS 10, Number 7. March (1988): pp. 23-26.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, AN EVENING WITH JOSEPH BRODSKY, conceived and directed by Andreas Teuber with JOSEPH BRODSKY, SEAMUS HEANEY, WALLACE SHAWN, and DEREK WALCOTT, Loeb Drama Center, Cambridge, February 1988.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, MY UNCLE’S DREAM by Fyodor Dostoyevsky Translated and adapted by VLADA PETRIC and ROBERT EVANS, directed by Andreas Teuber with MARTHA FEHSENFELD, JEROME KILTY, MARY MANNING, JOHN MANSFIELD, ETAIN O’MALLEY, DOSSY PEABODY, JANE QUINCY and ANDREAS TEUBER, Cambridge, Massachusetts, January 1988.

Teuber, Andreas, Artistic Director/Producer, AN ENTERTAINMENT at the JFK Library, An Evening of Poetry, Music, and Drama by Seamus Heaney, Samuel Beckett, Mary Manning, Grant Keener, W. B. Yeats, and Richard Wilbur, conceived and directed by Andreas Teuber with SEAMUS HEANEY, ROBIN HOWARD, KATE MAGUIRE, ETAIN O’MALLEY, JOHN MANSFIELD, LOIS SMITH and ANDREAS TEUBER, JFK Library, Boston, Massachusetts, September 1987.

Teuber, Andreas. "A Defense of Pluralism and Equality." POLITICAL THEORY V, Number 1. February (1984): pp. 118-123.

Teuber, Andreas. "Kant's Respect for Persons." POLITICAL THEORY II, Number 3. August (1983): pp. 369-392.

Teuber, Andreas. "Simone Weil: Equality as Compassion." PHILOSOPHY AND PHENOMENOLOGICAL RESEARCH XLIII, No. 2. December (1982): pp. 221-237.

Teuber, Andreas. "The Relevant Reasons for Distributing Health Care." SOUTHERN JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHY XIX, Number 4. Winter (1981): pp. 517-530.

Teuber, Andreas. "Elections of Yore." THE NEW YORK TIMES, Op-Ed, November 4, 1980 (Election Day)

Teuber, Andreas. "Eugene McCarthy's Presidential Campaign." AMERICAN JOURNEY: THE TIMES OF ROBERT KENNEDY. First ed. vol. I Ed. George Plimpton and Jean Stein. Harcourt-Brace, 1970.

 

Degrees

Harvard University
Ph.D.

Harvard University
B.A.

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