Syllabi will be posted shortly and registered students will be able to access course documents on myLMUConnect as soon as they go online. All of my courses for Spring 2012 are currently full, but if students are still interested, contact me directly.
UPDATE: Syallbi are now posted on the courses page.
I’m really excited to be giving a talk this next week at the Luther College Philosophy Colloquium. It will be a sort of general talk drawn from the book on the “blindspots” in contemporary American liberal theory to questions of criminality and voting rights. UPDATE: Apparently, the student paper covered my talk!
Last week, I had an amazing conversation with the Critical Genealogies Collaboratory out at U of O. Colin Koopman runs the group, and skyped me in for an hour to talk about a forthcoming piece of mine in Foucault Studies. The questions were incredible, and the comments much appreciated. Thank you to everyone in the group!
My heart is heavy to learn that my dear friend and undergraduate mentor, Prof. Roy Gardner of Indiana University has passed away. Roy was an amazing professor, a dedicated advisor, and one of the finest people I’ve known in my life.
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In keeping with my apparent seasonal updates, this is a winter update about a forthcoming update: I’ll be moving institutions this coming fall, and I’m expecting good news on two peer-reviewed articles that will be coming out in the next year. that is all.
writing. writing. writing. mailing things to journals. writing. writing. writing.
The book is coming along nicely, and I’ve posted an updated prospectus for the project, now tentatively entitled, Punishment and Inclusion. I’ll hopefully be posting new information soon about the Carceral Notebooks Volume 6, that I’m editing, which should be out in the Winter.
Just got back from an amazing time at Law, Culture, and the Humanities, talking about pardon powers in Rousseau, Hegel, and Derrida. About to head to WPSA and Foucault Circle in the next few weeks to present new work on Foucault’s ethics and human capital theory. In the meantime, the CV has been updated to reflect some good news on some old work finally coming out in print.
Three drafts of articles in progress are now available on the papers page. I have also uploaded a teaching statement on the courses page.
Updated versions of my research summaries and cv are online now, with more updates in the works. Syllabi for the autumn quarter are also forthcoming.