Building a new model of the history of political philosophy for realist IR theory.
Victorian literature and culture, political philosophy, aesthetics, globalization, and ethics.
I am an assistant professor of social and political philosophy at the University of Groningen
Nineteenth- and early-twentieth century American literature, African American literature, critical race theory, political philosophy, cultural studies
RESEARCH: Latin American literature, cinema, and intellectual history; the avant-gardes; and political philosophy. PERSONAL: travel, activism, and the outdoors.
twentieth- and twenty-first-century literature, poetry and poetics, world literature, global studies, postcolonial literature, comparative literature, theories of translation, ethics, political philosophy
Independent Scholar in philosophy that goes by the online moniker Ferrum Intellectus. My research interests include:
Political PhilosophyMoral PhilosophyMetaphysicsOntologyPhilosophy of MindDisability TheoryEpistemologyPhenomenologyPhilosophy of ReligionExistentialism
I am disabled feminist philosopher of disability. I specialize in feminist philosophy of disability, Foucault, social and political philosophy, and biopolitics. I am the author of Foucault and Feminist Philosophy of Disability (University of Michigan Press, 2017) and the editor of Foucault and the Government of Disability (University of Michigan Press, 2005, 2015). I am a coordinator of and blogger at Discrimination and Disadvantage, a philosophy blog that highlights issues and concerns about discrimination, exclusion, and underrepresentation in philosophy, where I post Dialogues on Disability, the very popular series of interviews that I am conducting with disabled philosophers.
My areas of interest include: Sperone Speroni and his influence on European culture, Marsilio Ficino and his legacy, political philosophy during the 14th thru16th centuries from Dante Alighieri to the Counter-Reformation, skepticism and rhetoric in Humanism and Renaissance, Rome as told in literature, arts, and film.
Olalekan Waheed ADIGUN is an independent political analyst and strategist. He received his BSc (Politics, Philosophy & Economics) from Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife. He has recently submitted his MSc (Political Science) thesis “Social Protests and Political Change: Analysing the Political Outcomes of the Protests Against Neo-Liberal Policies in Nigeria (2012-2016)” at the University of Lagos. He is a writer by passion.