Robert Craig Baum is Associate Dean for Institutional Development and Curriculum Design at the European Graduate School where he was also appointed Visiting Professor of Philosophy. In the US, he teaches across the curriculum for River Valley Community College in Claremont, NH. He holds degrees from Catholic University (BA, Philosophy), Dartmouth College (MA, Liberal Studies), and, in 2009, the European Graduate School (Ph.D., Philosophy/Communications/New Media). His research and publications include forthcoming study guides on Jean-Paul Sartre and Martin Heidegger (Philosophy Insights (Humanities E-Books, United Kingdom) and upcoming articles on Heinrich von Kleist, Voltaire, Albert Camus, and, oddly enough, Herman Melville, William Faulkner, Larry Brown, and (the Australian writer) Markus Zusak. He plans to publish by 2010 a philosophical and literary critical memoir called "BLACKTHEATREWORLD: Thinking Parks, Kennedy, Wilson."