Alan Kellner

Alan Kellner is a PhD student in the Department of Political Science at Northwestern University. He teaches Field Studies in the Modern Workplace, where he brings his work experience to bear. Wearing a Blue Collar, Alan has worked as a laborer in a toilet seat factory (they have to be made somewhere!). Wearing a White Collar, he has worked as a writer and e-learning specialist for a Health Care (Revenue Cycle) Consulting Firm. Wearing a padded-elbow suit jacket, he has taught six courses as an Adjunct Instructor at Harold Washington College, one of the City Colleges of Chicago. He has published (with David Lay Williams) a chapter in The Ultimate Harry Potter and Philosophy, entitled, "Plato, Dumbledore, and the Lust for Power." Alan's academic work thus far has articulated Kant's conception of autonomy in Rousseauian terms and J.S. Mill's diagnosis of the despotism of custom in Wilhelm von Humboldt's. 

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