The Biblioblog Reference Library

[«] Posts by the Author "Mark William Westmoreland"(#649)

September 15 2017, 1PM

Palgrave Macmillan just released Pedagogies in the Flesh: Case Studies on the Embodiment of Sociocultural Differences in Education. The volume contains over 30 short, true stories, anecdotes, vignettes, illustrations, what have you, as well as a preface b... [blog posts]

December 21 2016, 6PM

The newest issue of the Journal of French and Francophone Philosophy is out. I was the guest editor for this special issue, which is devoted to (extensions of) the thought of French philosopher Henri Bergson. It includes an essay by APS that I highly reco... [Bergson] [blog posts] [publications]

August 24, 8AM

I’m putting the final touches on my Philosophy and Gender course. This is a new one for me. In the past, I’ve taught Feminist Philosophy, but I’ve never taught a course on gender broadly construed. Of course, I leave out some classic pie... [blog posts]

July 16, 10AM

MARK WILLIAM WESTMORELAND is a doctoral student and instructor of philosophy and ethics at Villanova University and is writing a dissertation on racial profiling. They also teach philosophy and religious studies at Gwynedd Mercy University, Penn State Uni... [blog posts] [Book Reviews] [Book-Discussion Group] [Figure of the Migrant] [The Figure of The Migrant] [The Figure of The Migrant - Book Event]

July 14, 6AM

THOMAS NAIL is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Denver. He is the author of Returning to Revolution: Deleuze, Guattari and Zapatismo (Edinburgh University Press, 2012), The Figure of the Migrant (Stanford University Press, 2015),... [blog posts] [Book Reviews] [Book-Discussion Group] [Figure of the Migrant] [The Figure of The Migrant] [The Figure of The Migrant - Book Event]

July 11, 12 PM

TODD MAY is Class of 1941 Memorial Professor of the Humanities at Clemson University.  He is the author of fourteen books of philosophy, most recently A Significant Life:  Human Meaning in a Silent Universe (University of Chicago Press, 2015) and A Frag... [blog posts] [Book Reviews] [Book-Discussion Group] [Figure of the Migrant] [The Figure of The Migrant] [The Figure of The Migrant - Book Event]

July 8, 6AM

ANDREW DILTS is Assistant Professor of political theory in the Department of Political Science at Loyola Marymount University. They are the author of Punishment and Inclusion: Race, Membership, and the Limits of American Liberalism (Fordham, 2014), co-edi... [blog posts] [Book Reviews] [Book-Discussion Group] [Deleuze] [Figure of the Migrant] [Guattari] [The Figure of The Migrant] [The Figure of The Migrant - Book Event]

July 4, 9AM

ADRIANA NOVOA is Associate Professor of History at the University of South Florida. Novoa completed her MA and PhD in Latin American History at the University of California, San Diego. She is a cultural historian whose specialty is science in Latin Americ... [blog posts] [Book Reviews] [Book-Discussion Group] [Figure of the Migrant] [The Figure of The Migrant] [The Figure of The Migrant - Book Event]

July 1, 5AM

ROBIN CELIKATES is Associate Professor of Political and Social Philosophy at the University of Amsterdam, where he also directs the research project Transformations of Civil Disobedience. He is a member of the Amsterdam Centre for Globalisation Studies an... [blog posts] [Book Reviews] [Book-Discussion Group] [Figure of the Migrant] [The Figure of The Migrant] [The Figure of The Migrant - Book Event]

June 27, 10AM

DANIELLA TRIMBOLI recently completed a jointly-awarded Ph.D. at the University of Melbourne and the University of British Columbia. Her dissertation analysed the intersection of everyday multiculturalism and digital storytelling from a cultural studies ... [blog posts] [Book Reviews] [Book-Discussion Group] [Figure of the Migrant] [The Figure of The Migrant] [The Figure of The Migrant - Book Event]

June 24, 6PM

SANDRO MEZZADRA teaches political theory at the University of Bologna and is adjunct fellow at the Institute for Culture and Society of the University of Western Sydney. He is currently visiting research fellow at the Humboldt University, Berlin (BIM – ... [blog posts] [Book Reviews] [Book-Discussion Group] [Figure of the Migrant] [The Figure of The Migrant] [The Figure of The Migrant - Book Event]

June 21, 9AM

VERNON W. CISNEY is Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Gettysburg College. He is the author of Derrida’s Voice and Phenomenon: An Edinburgh Philosophical Guide (Edinburgh University Press, 2014); as well as Deleuze and Derrida: Difference and... [Agamben] [blog posts] [Book Reviews] [Deleuze] [Figure of the Migrant] [Guattari] [The Figure of The Migrant] [The Figure of The Migrant - Book Event]

June 15, 3PM

I encourage readers to check out the latest issue of PhaenEx: Journal of Existential and Phenomenological Theory and Culture. This issue also includes a roundtable  that I curated on Thomas Nail’s The Figure of the Migrant. This international ensem... [blog posts] [Book Reviews] [Figure of the Migrant] [The Figure of The Migrant] [The Figure of The Migrant - Book Event]

May 22, 3PM

Dear friends, Join us! In a few weeks, we will host a book event on Thomas Nail’s The Figure of The Migrant (Stanford University Press, 2015). Stanford University Press has all the relevant information as well as a few excerpts from the book. There are ... [blog posts] [Books] [Figure of the Migrant] [The Figure of The Migrant] [The Figure of The Migrant - Book Event]

March 28, 2PM

Dear readers, in the fall, I’ll be teaching my 24th section of Intro to Ethics. Every semester, I slightly tweak the course. Every four semesters, I do a major overhaul. For this coming fall, I’ll be keeping the structure: 25% meta-ethics, 25%... [blog posts]

March 14, 6AM

Join us! This summer we will host a book event on Thomas Nail’s The Figure of The Migrant (Stanford University Press, 2015). Stanford University Press has all the relevant information as well as a few excerpts from the book. There are also two interview... [blog posts] [Books] [The Figure of The Migrant - Book Event]

January 6 2015, 7AM

I want to thank Daniel for offering a reply post. If only we had time for a second round of discussion where we all referred to the exact same source material, but alas. -MWW Daniel Zamora is a doctoral candidate in Sociology at the Université Libre de B... [Academia] [blog posts] [Book-Discussion Group] [Foucault] [neoliberalism] [philosophy]

January 5, 6AM

Thomas Nail is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Denver. He is the author of Returning to Revolution: Deleuze, Guattari and Zapatismo (Edinburgh University Press, 2012) and The Figure of the Migrant (Stanford University Press, forthco... [Academia] [blog posts] [Book-Discussion Group] [Foucault] [Foucault and Neoliberalism Event] [neoliberalism] [philosophy]

January 4, 11AM

Johanna Oksala is currently Academy of Finland Research Fellow (2012-2017) in the Department of Philosophy, History, Culture and Art Studies at the University of Helsinki, and a Visiting Professor in the Department of Philosophy at the New School for Soci... [Academia] [blog posts] [Book-Discussion Group] [neoliberalism] [philosophy]

January 3, 2PM

Gordon Hull is Associate Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Center for Professional and Applied Ethics at The University of North Carolina Charlotte. His Hobbes and the Making of Modern Political Thought was published by Continuum in 2009. The co... [Academia] [blog posts] [Book-Discussion Group] [neoliberalism] [philosophy]

January 2, 7AM

And now our AUFS Event on Foucault and Neoliberalism begins. -MWW Verena Erlenbusch is Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Memphis. In much of her research, Erlenbusch brings to bear Foucault’s genealogical method on the phenomeno... [Academia] [blog posts] [Book-Discussion Group] [Foucault] [neoliberalism] [philosophy]

December 22 2014, 8AM

Around the New Year, AUFS will be hosting a 4day mini-series on Foucault and neoliberalism. What precisely is Foucault’s relationship with neoliberalism, particularly as expressed in Foucault’s writings/lectures on governmentality and biopolit... [Academia] [blog posts] [Book-Discussion Group] [neoliberalism] [philosophy]