Contributions: Joseph Albernaz
Joseph Albernaz is assistant professor of English and comparative literature at Columbia University. He is currently working on a book about conceptions of community in Romanticism, tentatively entitled All Things Common.
Contributions: Daniel C. Barber
Daniel C. Barber is assistant professor of philosophy and religious studies at Pace University. He is the author of On Diaspora: Christianity, Religion, and Secularity (Cascade, 2011) and Deleuze and the Naming of God: Post-Secularism and the Future of Immanence (Edinburgh University Press, 2014).
Contributions: Agata Bielik-Robson
Agata Bielik-Robson is professor of Jewish studies in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Nottingham. She is the author of The Saving Lie: Harold Bloom and Deconstruction (Northwestern University Press, 2011), Jewish Cryptotheologies of Late Modernity: Philosophical Marranos (Routledge, 2014), and Another Finitude: Messianic Vitalism and Philosophy (Bloomsbury, 2019).
Contributions: S.D. Chrostowska
S. D. Chrostowska is professor of humanities at York University, Toronto. She is the author of Literature on Trial: The Emergence of Critical Discourse in Germany, Poland, and Russia, 1700-1800 (University of Toronto Press, 2012) and Matches: A Light Book (Punctum, 2015, 2nd enl. ed. 2019), and coeditor of Political Uses of Utopia: New Marxist, Anarchist, and Radical Democratic Perspectives (Columbia University Press, 2017).
Contributions: Saitya Brata Das
Saitya Brata Das is associate professor in the School of Language, Literature, and Culture Studies at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. He is the author of The Political Theology of Schelling (Edinburgh University Press, 2016) and coeditor of The Weight of Violence: Religion, Language, Politics (Oxford University Press, 2015).
Contributions: Alex Dubilet
Alex Dubilet is Assistant Professor of English at Vanderbilt University.
Contributions: Vincent W. Lloyd
Vincent Lloyd is associate professor of theology and religious studies at Villanova University. He is the author of The Problem with Grace: Reconfiguring Political Theology (Stanford University Press, 2011), Black Natural Law (Oxford University Press, 2016), Religion of the Field Negro: On Black Secularism and Black Theology (Fordham fUniversity Press, 2017), and In Defense of Charisma (Columbia University Press, 2018).
Contributions: Thomas Lynch
Thomas Lynch is senior lecturer in philosophy of religion at the University of Chichester. He is the author of Apocalyptic Political Theology: Hegel, Taubes and Malabou (Bloomsbury, 2019).
Contributions: James Martel
James Martel is professor of political science at San Francisco State University. He is the author of Divine Violence: Walter Benjamin and the Eschatology of Sovereignty (Routledge, 2011), The One and Only Law: Walter Benjamin and the Second Commandment (University of Michigan Press, 2014), and The Misinterpellated Subject (Duke University Press, 2017).
Contributions: Steven Shakespeare
Steven Shakespeare is associate professor of philosophy at Liverpool Hope University. He is the author of Kierkegaard, Language and the Reality of God (Ashgate, 2001), Derrida and Theology (T&T Clark, 2009), and Kierkegaard and the Refusal of Transcendence (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015).
Contributions: Oxana Timofeeva
Oxana Timofeeva is professor of philosophy at the European University at St. Petersburg. She is the author of History of Animals: An Essay on Negativity, Immanence and Freedom (Bloomsbury, 2018).
Contributions: Daniel Whistler
Daniel Whistler is reader in modern European philosophy at Royal Holloway, University of London. He is coauthor of The Schelling-Eschenmayer Controversy, 1801: Nature and Identity (Edinburgh University Press, 2020) and the author of Schelling’s Theory of Symbolic Language: Forming the System of Identity (Oxford University Press, 2013), as well as coeditor of The Schelling Reader (Bloomsbury, 2020).