Monthly Archives: March 2015
As there is in many other subjects — history, art history, literature and many others — there are frequent calls within philosophy to move away from its preoccupation with the dead, white men of the European tradition. This piece in … Continue reading
I’m sure you’d like to join me in congratulating Emma Cleary, who successfully defended her PhD thesis in her viva examination yesterday. Emma’s thesis is entitled ‘Jazz-shaped Bodies: Mapping City Space, Time, and Sound in Black Transnational Literature,’ and it’s … Continue reading
Our good colleague, Dr. Peter Lamb, has just published a really fine reader’s guide to The Communist Manifesto. Find it here.