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The Sublime of the Political
Narrative and Autoethnography as Theory
By focusing on the sublime aesthetics of narrative & autoethnography, this work explores storytelling as a democratization of political theorization.
Psychopolitics of Speech
Uncivil Discourse and the Excess of Desire
A new approach to rhetoric drawn from Lacanian psychoanalysis – the book argues that public speech works to organise unconscious desire.
Powers of the Mind
Mental and Manual Labor in the Contemporary Political Crisis
Mental labor's powers distort all political struggles today. Tracing their history shows that challenging them is central to anti-capitalist politics.
Resistance and the Politics of Truth
Foucault, Deleuze, Badiou
An innovative exploration of both the deeply entwined nature of truth and power and the creative practices that sustain resistance.
To Be Unfree
Republicanism and Unfreedom in History, Literature, and Philosophy
This collection of essays combines a theoretical discussion of unfreedom with analyses of how lack of freedom has been represented in literary history and political thought.