Thanks to the brilliant Prof. Yves Winter, an excellent set of articles on Galtung’s concept of structual violence is now online from New Political Science. I was honored to be asked to discuss the papers at APSA a few years back, and write an introduction to the pieces. Great work from Winter, Biebricher & Johnson, VÃ¡zquez-Arroyo, and Cocks. All worth reading.
I just returned page proofs for an article that I’m really excited about. It’s a part of a symposium on continental and feminist pedagogy that will be in the next issue of PhiloSOPHIA. The full table of contents is online, and I’m honored to share journal space with Sina Kramer, Andrea Janae Sholtz, Hernando A. EstÃ©vez, and Holly Moore.
My article, “To Kill a Thief: Punishment, Proportionality, and Criminal Subjectivity in Locke”™s Second Treatise” has been published in the new issue of Political Theory. While the final version is behind the journal’s “pay-wall,” an earlier draft is freely available via SSRN. Thank you to the countless people who helped me produce this article. It’s been a LONG time coming.
Foucault Studies 12 is now out, and it’s an amazing issue focused on Foucault and Race. I have a piece in it (on neoliberalism and Foucault’s ethics), but mostly, I’m just honored by the company I get to keep! The issue features new work by amazing folks including Ladelle McWhorter (one of my philosophical heroes), Falguni Sheth, Brad Stone, Mary Beth Mader, Thomas Biebricher, and more.