I recently interviewed the philosopher Simon Critchely on his new book, (co-written with his wife and psychoanalyst Jamieson Webster) entitled, The Hamlet Doctrine: Knowing Too Much, Doing Nothing… Read more "From Shame to Love: The Politics of Hamlet. Interview with Simon Critchley"
I gave a talk down in Nashville recently with a group called the Family of Abraham, a multi-faith organization that formed in response to intense religious intolerance… Read more "The Role of Justice and Ethics in Interfaith Dialogue (VIDEO)"
I'm very happy to announce a panel I'm putting together at the 2012 Žižek Studies Conference, "Neo-liberal Perversions: Fantasy and Gaze in Contemporary Culture" at the College… Read more "Panel at 2012 Žižek Studies Conference: “The Perverted Subject Does (not) Exist: Subjectivity and Žižek’s Ethics”"
A review of Judith Butler's Giving an Account of Oneself by Daniel Tutt.