Rhetoric and Technology, alt-scholarship, comics, games, history of philosophy and rhetoric
Victorian Literature and Culture, History of Science, History of Philosophy, Gender Studies, Queer Studies, Realism, Affect, Description, New Materialism
Romanticism, eighteenth-century literature, 19th-century literature, poetry and poetics, history and philosophy of science
Executive Dean of Social Sciences, History and Philosophy, Birkbeck, University of London, and Professor of Urban History. Historian of medieval and early modern cities, particularly London.
Disability Studies, African American Literature, Urban Education, American Literature, Poetry, Creative Writing, Contemporary Poetry, Literature, Philosophy and Critical Theory, Gender Studies, Art History, History, Philosophy and Sociology
History and Philosophy of the Language Sciences Podcast https://hiphilangsci.net/category/podcast/ Co-editor of the scholarly blog History and Philosophy of the Language Sciences https://hiphilangsci.net/ Editor of the book series History and Philosophy of the Language Sciences at Language Science Press http://langsci-press.org/catalog/series/hpls
Twentieth- and twenty-first-century American literature; Post-World War II U. S. literature and culture; modernism and postmodernism; the novel and narrative theory; critical and cultural theory; history of philosophy; Anglo-American philosophy of language.
Vassil Vidinsky is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski.” He is the head of the MA Program “History of Philosophy and Contemporary Philosophy” and a member of the East European Network for Philosophy of Science. His main fields of study include Early Modern Philosophy, Philosophy of Science and Philosophy of Culture. His most recent book is Случайности. Историческа типология [Contingencies. A Historical Typology](SUP, 2017).
…ano School Ed. Uriah Kriegel, New York: Routledge, 2016.
“Uncertainty and the Limits of Culture,” Journal of Religion and Society 17 (2015)
“A.D. White and the History of a Religious Future,” Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science 50.1 (March 2015)
“Political Theology and Nineteenth Century Catholicism,” Nineteenth Century Contexts 36.3
“The Madness of Franz Brentano: Secularization and the History of Philosophy,” History of European Ideas 39.2 (2013).
“Memory and Morality,” Explorations in Media Ecology 11.3/4 (2012).
“‘Our Direction is Forward not Backward’: German Catholics and the Revolution of 1848,” Selected Papers of the Consortium on the Revolutionary Era, 1750–1850 (2012).
“True and False Enlightenment: German Scholars and the Discourse of Catholicism in the Nineteent…
I am an associate professor of history at SUNY Plattsburgh in upstate New York. My research is focused on Catholic intellectual history in the nineteenth-century in Germany, but I am interested in religious thought in Europe more broadly. I also work in the area of the history of philosophy, and have written a number of pieces on Franz Brentano.
Field, S. L. (2015). Hobbes and human irrationality. Global Discourse: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Current Affairs and Applied Contemporary Thought, 5(2), 207-220.
Field, S. L. (2014). Hobbes and the question of power. Journal of the History of Philosophy, 52(1), 61-86.
Field, S. L. (2012). Democracy and the multitude: Spinoza against Negri. Theoria: A Journal of Social and Political Theory, 59(131), 21-40.
Field, S. L. (2019, forthcoming). ‘Huang Zongxi: Making it safe not to be servile‘. In Amber Carpenter & Rachael Wiseman (Eds.) Portraits of Integrity. London: Bloomsbury.
Field, S. L. (2015). ‘The state: Spinoza’s institutional turn‘. In A. Santos Campos (Ed.), Spinoza: Basic Concepts, 142-154. Exeter: Imprint Academic.
Dr Sandra Leonie Field is a political philosopher working at Yale-NUS College, Singapore. Her research investigates conceptions of political power and their implications for democratic theory. She approaches these themes through engagement with texts in the history of philosophy, especially Hobbes and Spinoza. More broadly, she teaches and is interested in political thought, theory, and philosophy, both historical and contemporary; moral philosophy, both Western and non-Western; and social theory.