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Dr

Anya Daly

Honorary
Historical And Philosophical Studies
social cognition
embodied cognition
anomalous experience
art and psychiatry
philosophy
merleau-ponty
arts & humanities
psychopathology
phenomenology
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Dr

Anya Daly

 
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Arts
 
Primary Interest
Philosophy
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Dr

Anya Daly

 

Anya Daly’s research is focused on the intersections of phenomenology with philosophy of mind, ethics, the philosophy of perception, aesthetics, the philosophy of psychiatry, embodied and social cognition, enactivism and Buddhist philosophy and psychology.

She has taught in programs at undergraduate and graduate levels at the University of Melbourne, Sciences Po Paris, ESSEC Paris, University Lyon 3, University College Dublin, Monash University – European philosophy, anglo-american philosophy, history of ideas, ethics, business ethics, management ethics, aesthetics and philosophy of science.

Anya spent five years research and teaching in France (2005-2010), two years in Dublin at UCD under the mentorship of Professor Dermot Moran, on an Irish Research Council Fellowship (2016-2018), and before, between and now she has been/ is based in her home city of Melbourne at the University of Melbourne.

Scholarly Works

Displaying the 18 most recent scholarly works by Anya Daly.

Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2011

Award for Excellence in Tutoring, University of Melbourne

2006

Postgraduate Overseas Research Scholarship – University of Melbourne

2005

French Embassy in Australia Co-tutelle Travel Grant

2005

TRIPS award – University of Melbourne

2003

Helen McPherson Smith Scholarship, University of Melbourne

2003

Melbourne Research Scholarship, University of Melbourne

1993

Australian Postgraduate Award

1993

The Renee Erdos Prize for best off-campus honours thesis, Deakin University

2016

Irish Research Council Fellowship, University College Dublin


2009

A.T.E.R. – Attaché Temporaire d’Enseignement & Recherche, Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France


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Awards

Credentials

Positions


Honorary

Historical And Philosophical Studies

Casual

Historical And Philosophical Studies

Casual

Historical And Philosophical Studies

Member

Australasian Society of Continental Philosophy

Member

Australasian Association of Philosophy

Education


Ph.D

University of Melbourne

Doctorate

Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne

Master of Arts

Deakin University

Bachelor of Letters (1st class hons)

Deakin University