Dr. Sander H. Lee
Courses Taught: Logical Argumentation Philosophy & the Holocaust Existentialism and Literature Existentialism and Film Aesthetics
Education: Ph.D., Philosophy, Georgetown University, 1978 B.A., Philosophy and Psychology, George Washington University, 1973
Sander H. Lee is a professor of Philosophy at Keene State College in Keene, New Hampshire, USA. He is the author of Eighteen Woody Allen Films Analyzed: Anguish, God and Existentialism (McFarland, 2002) and Woody Allen's Angst: Philosophical Commentaries on his Serious Films (McFarland, 1997). He has also written numerous essays on issues in aesthetics, ethics, Holocaust studies, social philosophy, and metaphysics. In 2006, Lee received a Keene State College Faculty Award for Distinction in Research and Scholarship.