My edited volume Critical Theory and Authoritarian Populism (University of Westminster, 2018) is now available. You can download a digital version (or purchase a physical copy) by clicking here. Contributors include: John Abromeit, Lars Rensmann, Samir Gandesha, Douglas Kellner, Stephen Eric Bronner, Charles Reitz, Jeremiah Morelock, Felipe Ziotti Narita, Christian Fuchs, Panayota Gounari and Forrest … Read more
This interview with Christian Fuchs from 6/15/2018 concerns his Digital Demogogue: Authoritatian Capitalism in the Age of Trump and Twitter, published by Pluto Press in 2018. The interview/article is reposted from Indybay. Trump is not an individual phenomenon but one of many structural manifestations of the sudden change of neoliberalism into authoritarian capitalism. The media’s profitmongering … Read more
This article by Samir Gandesha is published under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International licence. It is a much shorter version of a chapter in a forthcoming volume edited by Jeremiah Morelock entitled Critical Theory and Authoritarian Populism (University of Westminster Press). The version represented here first appeared at openDemocracy on May 23, 2018. Neoliberal globalization has … Read more
This call is for the International Social Theory Consortium conference to be held at Loyola University in Chicago, Illinois (USA) on May 17-19, 2018. Submissions are due 4/15. For more information click here.
Click here: Link to Critical Highlights No. 19
for the November 2017 issue of Critical Highlights, the newsletter of the International Herbert Marcuse Society.
MARCUSE SOCIETY Conference: York University, Toronto, CANADA. “The Dialectics of Liberation in an Age of Neoliberal Capitalism.” October 26-28, 2017 October 2017 / No. 16 Critical Highlights Special Issue NEW POLITICAL SCIENCE:Marcuse in the Twenty-First Century Radical Politics, Critical Theory, and Revolutionary PraxisVolume 38, Number 4, 2016 Guest Co-Editors Robert Kirsch and Sarah Surak … Read more