Contributions: Emily Apter
Emily Apter is Professor of French and Comparative Literature at New York University.
Contributions: Étienne Balibar
Étienne Balibar is Professor Emeritus of Moral and Political Philosophy at Université de Paris X–Nanterre; Distinguished Professor of Humanities at the University of California, Irvine; and Visiting Professor of French at Columbia University. His many books include Citizen Subject (Fordham, 2016); Equaliberty (Duke, 2014); We, the People of Europe? (Princeton, 2003); The Philosophy of Marx (Verso, new ed. 2017); and two important coauthored books, Race, Nation, Class (with Immanuel Wallerstein, Verso, 1988) and Reading Capital (with Louis Althusser and others, Verso, new ed. 2016).
Contributions: J. M. Bernstein
J. M. Bernstein is University Distinguished Professor in Philosophy at The New School for Social Research in New York City.
Contributions: Judith Butler
Judith Butler is Maxine Elliot Professor of Comparative Literature and Critical Theory at the University of California at Berkeley. She is the author of The Psychic Life of Power (1997), Antigone’s Claim (2000), Giving an
Account of Oneself (2005), Parting Ways: Jewishness and the Critique of Zionism
(2012), and Senses of the Subject (2015). She works in the fields of feminist and queer theory, European philosophy, social theory, and ethics.
Contributions: Monique David-Ménard
Contributions: Hanan Elsayed
Contributions: Didier Fassin
Contributions: Stathis Gourgouris
Stathis Gourgouris is Professor of Comparative Literature and Society at Columbia University. His most recent book is The Perils of the One (Columbia, 2019).
Contributions: Bernard Harcourt
Contributions: Jacques Lezra
Jacques Lezra is Professor and Chair of Hispanic Studies at the University of California—Riverside. His most recent book is On the Nature of Marx’s Things: Translation as Necrophilology (Fordham, 2018).
Contributions: Patrice Maniglier
Contributions: Warren Montag
Warren Montag is the Brown Family Professor of Literature at Occidental College in Los Angeles. His most recent books include Althusser and His Contemporaries (Duke University Press, 2013) and The Other Adam Smith (Stanford University Press, 2014). He is also the editor of Décalages, a journal on Althusser and his circle, and the translator of Etienne Balibar’s Identity and Difference: John Locke and the Invention of Consciousness (Verso, 2013).
Contributions: Adi Ophir
Adi Ophir is Professor Emeritus at Tel Aviv University and a Visiting Professor at the Cogut Center for the Humanities and the Program for Middle East Studies at Brown University.
Contributions: Bruce Robbins
Contributions: Ann Laura Stoler
Ann Laura Stoler is Willy Brandt Distinguished University Professor of Anthropology and Historical Studies at The New School for Social Research where she directs the Institute for Critical Social Inquiry. Her most recent book is Duress: Imperial Durabilities in Our Times (Duke, 2016).
Contributions: Gary Wilder
Gary Wilder is a Professor of Anthropology and History and Director of the Committee on Globalization and Social Change at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. His most recent book is Freedom Time: Negritude, Decolonization, and the Future of the World (Duke, 2015).