André De Tienne came to the Peirce Edition Project at IUPUI in 1985 as a doctoral student and a visiting research associate, and volunteered much of his time to the edition for eight years. He was then hired as an Assistant Editor in 1993 and entered the tenure-track in the Philosophy Department in 1997. He grew through the ranks and became Director of the Peirce Project in 2008, and Professor of Philosophy in 2009.
Seminar in American Philosophy: The Idealisms of Peirce and Royce (P448/P748); The Semiotics of Charles S. Peirce (P503); Seminar on Josiah Royce’s Philosophy (P748); Peirce Seminar: Peirce’s Evolutionary Philosophy (P448/P701).
Classical philosophy, pragmatistic philosophy, Charles S. Peirce, Josiah Royce, logic of signs, connection between phenomenology and semiotics, philosophy of text, textual editing, digital humanities.
Various service responsibilities for the Charles S. Peirce Society (President 2016), the Charles Peirce Foundation, the Executive Committee of the International Association for Semiotic Studies, and the Semiotic Society of America (President 2013). Editor-in-Chief, The American Journal of Semiotics.