Selected Writings by Noëlle McAfee

BOOKS

Fear of Breakdown: Politics and Psychoanalysis, Columbia University, May 2019.

Democracy and the Political Unconscious, Columbia University Press, March 2008.

Julia Kristeva, Routledge, 2003.

Persian translation with Nashr-e-Markaz, 2006.

Korean translation with Reading Books, 2007.

Habermas, Kristeva, and Citizenship, Cornell University Press, 2000. 

LINKS TO SOME OTHER OF TEXTS:

“Trump and the Paranoid Schizoid Politics of Ideality,” published on Julia Kristeva’s official site as well as in Contemporary French and Francophone Studies, 21:5, 556-563, DOI: 10.1080/17409292.2017.1437705, March 2018.

Dreaming in Dark Times: Six Exercises in Political Thought by Sharon Sliwinski. Contemporary Political Theory, (2018).

“Neoliberalism and Other Political Imaginaries,” Philosophy and Social Criticism, Volume: 43 issue: 9, page(s): 911-931 Article first published online: June 29, 2017; Issue published: November 1, 2017.

“Neoliberalism, the Street, and the Forum,” in Reclaiming Democracy, eds. Albena Azmanova and Mihaela Mihai, New York: Routledge, 2015.

“Acting Politically in a Digital Age,” in in From Voice to Influence: Understanding Citizenship in a Digital Age, eds. Danielle S. Allen and Jennifer S. Light, University of Chicago Press, 2015.

Democratizing Deliberation: A Political Theory Anthology, with Derek Barker and David McIvor, Kettering Foundation Press, April 2012.

“On Democracy’s Epistemic Value” in The Good Society, Fall 2009, Vol. 18(2): 41-47.

“Democracy’s Normativity” in Journal of Speculative Philosophy, 2008, Vol. 22(4): 257-265.

“Three Models of Democratic Deliberation” in Journal of Speculative Philosophy, Special Issue on Pragmatism and Deliberative Democracy, 2004, Vol. 18(1): 44-59.

“The Ends of Arendtian Politics” in Hypatia, Vol. 19(4) Fall 2004.

 

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