Resume

Dr. Ronald J. Schindler

1250 Greenwood Avenue, Jenkintown, Pennsylvania 19046

E-mail DrRonSchindler@gmail.com

Website www.RSchindler.com

OBJECTIVE

University teaching and administration


EDUCATION

  • Ph.D., Political Science, University of Pennsylvania, 1978. Dissertation: "The Frankfurt School Critique of Capitalist Culture: The Implications for Modern-Day Social Science Theory and the Counterpoint of Revisionist Marxist Thought."
  • M.A., Community Psychology, Temple University, 1981. Practicum: Research and Evaluation Division, Philadelphia Office of Mental Health.
  • B.A., Political Science, University of Pennsylvania, 1964.


EXPERIENCE

  • Arcadia University, Glenside Pennsylvania. Adjunct Professor, Philosophy/Religion Department, Fall 2004 to Fall 2010
  • Temple University, Philadelphia. Adjunct Professor, Intellectual Heritage Program, 1994-96. Visiting Assistant Professor, 1997-Spring 2000.
  • Independent consultant. 1985-present. Fund raising (real estate, venture capital); personnel consulting. Clients have included Institute for Advanced Development, Philadelphia; Cultural Indicators Study, University of Pennsylvania.
  • Rutgers University Camden, Camden, NJ. Adjunct professor, political science, 1982-83.
  • Psychological Services Center, Psychology Department, Temple University. Bibliographical researcher, 1981-82.


BOOKS & PUBLICATIONS

  • Dr. Ronald Schindler Lecture Notes : Outlines. http://www.RSchindler.com. 1994 - 2017
  • The Frankfurt School Critique of Capitalist Culture: A Critical Theory for Post-democratic Society and Its Re-education. Foreword by Mihailo Markovic, Afterword by David Lamb, Appendix by Stephen C. Zelnick. Rev. ed. Aldershot, Eng. Ashgate, 1998.
  • Applied Social Sciences in the Plutocratic Era of the United States: Dialectics of the Concrete. Aldershot, Eng.: Avebury Press, 1996.
  • The Frankfurt School Critique of Capitalist Culture: A Critical Theory for Post-democratic Society and Its Re-education. Aldershot, Eng.: Avebury Press, 1996.
  • The Crisis of American Sciences and Quasi-Transcendental Phenomenology. 2 vols.Notre Dame, Ind. Foundations Press, 1984.
  • Power Politics and Applied Ethics at the Research and Evaluation Division of the Philadelphia Office of Mental Health. Notre Dame, Ind.: Foundations Press, 1984.


CONFERENCES

  • "The Pedagogy for Presentation of Elie Wiesel and the Holocaust to Students: 25 January, 1999. Millennial End Conversations with the Intellectual Heritage Faculty"; Revised 26 January, 1999.
  • Ronald McNair Program Conference, Temple University, 2 July 1998. "What to the African American and Professor Schindler is the Fourth of July?"
  • Intellectual Heritage Program, Temple University, 13 November 1995. Chaired forum on Freud. Paper: "Is Freud a Revolutionary for Our Times? Affirmative!"
  • International Society of Statistical Science in Economics, Princeton, New Jersey, spring 1984. Paper: "Toward a Transcendence of Type II Errors."
  • Pennsylvania Political Science Association, Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania, spring 1984. Panel commentator and evaluator, political theory session.
  • Pennsylvania Political Science Association, Shippensburg, Pennsylvania, spring 1982. Paper: "Questions in Search of a New Psychology at the Philadelphia Office of Mental Health Research and Education Division."
  • Newton-Darwin Institute, Haverford, Pennsylvania, summer 1979. Paper: "Hermeneutic Techniques in Search of Fields of Inquiry: A Model."


AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS

  • Fellow, National Endowment for the Humanities, Newton-Darwin Institute, Haverford College, 1979.
  • Dean Vartan Gregorian Post-Doctoral Fellow, Behavioral Sciences, University of Pennsylvania, Fall 1978.


PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

  • American Political Science Association
  • Russell H. Conwell Society


REFERENCES

Available upon request