Torsten Menge is assistant professor of philosophy in the Liberal Arts Program. He taught previously at Georgetown, Marymount, and Humboldt Universities.

He received his PhD in philosophy from Georgetown University in Washington DC, and holds a master's in philosophy from the Humboldt University of Berlin. He is presently a visiting assistant professor at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville.

Menge’s scholarly work includes his dissertation on the role that the concept of power plays in the telling of genealogies. An article drawn from that work, “The Uncanny Effect of Telling Genealogies” was published in the Southwest Philosophy Review and he has several other works under consideration including, “The Role of Power in Social Explanation,” “Violence and the Materiality of Power,” and “A Fictionalist Account of Power.”