Hannah Lyn Venable, Ph.D., works in ethics and continental philosophy, especially existentialism, phenomenology and post-structuralism. Her publications include a recent book, Madness in Experience and History: Merleau-Ponty’s Phenomenology and Foucault’s Archaeology, and articles in the Foucault Studies, Religions, Journal of Speculative Philosophy and Philosophy & Theology. She has taught at the University of Dallas, Texas State University and Trinity University and is now an assistant professor of philosophy at the University of Mary.