MemberEric S. Hood

…“Karl Marx: The End of the Enlightenment” in Reading as Democracy in Crisis: Interpretation, Theory, History. James Rovira, ed. Lexington Books, 2019.

“The Affects of ‘Fourier’: Locating Free Love Socialism in Aurora Leigh” in Women’s Literary Networks and Romanticism: “A Tribe of Authoresses“ Andrew O. Winkles and Angela Rehbein, eds….

Dr. Eric S. Hood specialize in cultural theory and British Romanticism, particularly British epic poetry in the 18th and 19th century. He is a Founding Editor at the Digital Mitford and a Core Faculty Member in the Digital Humanities at Michigan State University, where he teaches first-year writing, web authoring, and courses in the Digital Humanities as well as in the Integrated Arts and Humanities.

MemberÉdgar Giovanni Rodríguez Cuberos

2018. “Miedo a Marx sin Marx filósofo: Los riesgos de contemporanizar la dialéctica de la sospecha sin el contexto de las praxis sudamericanas del siglo XXI” ÉGR Cuberos
Karl Marx y Sudamérica en el siglo XXI, Goethe Institut. 48-54
2018. “La proyección social en la Universidad del siglo XXI: Imaginando espacios políticos fuera del aula d…

Researcher, essayist, consultant and academic contratist in the areas of Pedagogy, Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities. This interdisciplinary profile has allowed me to assume different roles in actions aimed at the design, planning, development, teaching, evaluation and monitoring of research and development projects with an educational and scientific nature and purpose.

MemberJeremy Coleman

Jeremy Coleman joined the Department of Music Studies, School of Performing Arts, University of Malta, as Lecturer in Music in September 2020. Before that, he was based in Aberdeen, lecturing on a part-time basis in the Music Department at the University of Aberdeen and concurrently (for a term in 2017-18) in the Department of Comparative Literature, King’s College London. During this time, he also pursued a freelance career as a collaborative pianist, specialising in art song and chamber music repertoire. Dr Coleman is a musicologist and performer with wide interests in research and teaching which centre on music and social theory, performance, criticism, and music historiography. His first book _Richard Wagner in Paris: Translation, Identity, Modernity_ appeared with Boydell & Brewer in 2019 and has been reviewed in Die Musikforschung, The Musical Times, The Wagner Journal and Wagner Notes (“Original, valuable and highly absorbing, especially where it unpacks new and exhilarating discourses from fields other than musicology…a fascinating story.” THE WAGNER JOURNAL). He has published articles and book reviews in journals including Current Musicology, The Chopin Review and the Marx & Philosophy Review of Books, and has translated academic papers. He has also contributed numerous entries in The Cambridge Wagner Encyclopedia (Cambridge University Press, 2013) and The Cambridge Stravinsky Encyclopedia, eds. Edward Campbell and Peter O’Hagan (Cambridge University Press, 2021). He is a board member of the Royal Musical Association Music & Philosophy Study Group: