Ms. Natasha Galea joined the Junior College Philosophy Department in 2007. She read for her undergraduate degree at the University of Malta, graduating with a B.A. (Hons.) degree in Philosophy. This was followed by an M.A. degree (by research) in Philosophy with a dissertation on Jean Baudrillard's concept of the simulacrum and its influence on popular culture.
Ms. Galea teaches both Advanced and Intermediate level students at the Junior College covering topics such as Logic, History of Philosophy, and Ethics.
Ms. Galea is also the subject co-ordinator for the Philosophy Department and the Theatre & Performance Department.
Buttigieg, J. & Galea, N. 2014, "Logic Basics" in BDL Publishing, Malta.