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Theory to No End







Podcast by Camelia Raghinaru



I teach literature at Concordia University Irvine. I'm on sabbatical leave this year, and I was planning on attending several international conferences that were canceled due to COVID-19. I'm connecting with fellow scholars and their work through this podcast instead. Welcome.

Jun 29, 2020

Phillip E. Wegner is the Marston-Milbauer Eminent Scholar and Professor of English at the University of Florida and the director of the Working Group for the Study of Critical Theory. He is the author of numerous essays and five books, Imaginary Communities: Utopia, the Nation, and the Spatial Histories of Modernity

Jun 23, 2020

Amanda Minervini teaches and researches in the department of Chinese, German, Italian, Japanese and Russian Studies, and is the director of the Italian program, at Colorado College. Her research interests are in religion and politics, documentary, Holocaust representations, and political theory. She is the translator...

Jun 16, 2020

Audrey Wasser teaches French in the Department of French and Italian at Miami University. She is the author of The Work of Difference: Modernism, Romanticism, and the Production of Literary Form (2016). We discuss her article titled, "Spinoza and the Claims of Meaning: 'A Word to the Wise'," published in Diacritics 47.2...

Jun 9, 2020

Hjalmar Falk is a researcher in the Department of Literature, History of Ideas, and Religion at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden. He is an intellectual historian specializing in modern social, legal, and political thought, historical conceptions of the relationship between politics and religion, and the...

Jun 5, 2020

Dana Neacsu is a lecturer in law at Columbia University and a reference librarian at the Arthur W. Diamond Law Library. She also teaches Environmental Law and Policy at Barnard College. Her latest book, The Bourgeois Charm of Karl Marx and the Ideological Irony of American Jurisprudence (2020) is available through the...