From Agamben to Zizek: Contemporary Critical Theorists: Contemporary Critical Theorists
In these 15 taster essays you will discover the key concepts and critical approaches of the theorists who have had the most significant impact on the humanities since 1990. On completing each chapter, you will find suggestions for further reading so that you can find out more and start applying the ideas in question. In addition to chapters on individuals such as Badiou, Ranciere and Spivak, there are chapters on Laclau and Mouffe, and a chapter on Green critical theorists.
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10 Bruno Latour 1947
11 Antonio Negri 1933
12 Jacques Rancière 1940
13 Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak 1942
14 Paul Virilio 1932
15 Slavoj Žižek 1949
8 Donna J Haraway 1944
9 Ernesto Laclau 1935 and Chantal Mouffe 1943
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