Faculty Publications

While scholarly research has various outputs beyond published books, not limited to journal articles or exhibitions, we are only able to report on authored or edited books for this initiative, and recognize that it does not encompass all forms of meritorious scholarly and creative practice output. If your publication is not included in this list, please feel free to email ProvostFRF@newschool.edu so we may add it.

Faculty Publications in Academic Year 2011–2012

Cinzia Arruzza

Les Mésaventures de la théodicée: Plotin, Origène et Grégoire de Nysse

(Brepols Publishers) Cinzia Arruzza, Assistant Professor of Philosophy

  royalists-to-romantics

Royalists to Romantics: Women Artists from the Louvre, Versailles, and Other French National Collections  (Scala Publishers)  Laura Auricchio, Chair of Humanities and Associate Professor of Art History

         
 

Aziz + Cucher: 20 Years Catalogue (Indianapolis Museum of Art and Hatje Cantz, Germany)

  orientalism-and-war

Orientalism and War

(Columbia University Press and Hurst)  Tarak Barkawi (co-editor), Associate Professor of Politics

         
Critical-Insights

Critical Insights: Willa Cather
(Salem Press)

Nicholas Birns, Associate Professor of History

  the-politics-of-imagination

The Politics of Imagination
(Routledge/Birkbeck Law Press)

Chiara Bottici (co-editor), Assistant Professor of Philosophy

 

 

     
Critical-Insights

Argentina's Economic Growth and Recovery: The Economy in a Time of Default
(Routledge/Routledge Studies in the Modern World Economy)

Michael Cohen, Director of the Graduate Program in International Affairs

  richard-wright

Richard Wright: New Directions in the 21st Century
(Palgrave)

Alice Mikal Craven (co-editor), Literary Studies Faculty

 

 

     
simon-critchley

The Faith of the Faithless: Experiments in Political Theology
(Verso)

Simon Critchley, Professor of Philosophy

  Impossible-objects

Impossible Objects: Interviews
(Polity Press)

Simon Critchley, Professor of Philosophy

 

 

     
mario-vargas

Mario Vargas Llosa: Public Intellectual in Neoliberal Latin America
(University of Arizona Press)

Juan de Castro, Associate Professor of Literary Studies

  The-Beautiful-and-the-Damned

The Beautiful and the Damned
(Viking: U.K. and India; Farrar, Straus and Giroux: U.S.)

Siddhartha Deb, Associate Professor of Literary Studies

 

 

     
mexico-and-diaspora

Mexico and Its Diaspora in the United States: Policies of Emigration since 1848
(Cambridge University Press)

Alexandra Délano, Assistant Professor of Global Studies

  Human-rights

Human Rights and the Capabilities Approach: An Interdisciplinary Dialogue
(Routledge)

Sakiko Fukida-Parr (co-editor), Professor of International Affairs

 

 

     
Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires: The Power of Anticipation. Itinerant Images of Metropolitan Future at the Time of the Centennial
(Ediciones Infinito, Argentina)

Margarita Gutman, Associate Professor of Urban Studies and International Affairs

  Building-Lan

Building Latin American Bicentennials in the Age of Globalization
(Ediciones Infinito, Argentina)

Margarita Gutman (co-editor), Associate Professor of Urban Studies and International Affairs

 

 

     
Encyclopedia-of-south-africa

The Global Middle Classes: Theorizing through Ethnography
(School for Advanced Research Press)

Rachel Heiman (co-editor), Associate Professor of Anthropology

  Encyclopedia-of-south-africa

Encyclopedia of South Africa
(Lynne Rienner Publishers)

Sean Jacobs (co-editor), Associate Professor of International Affairs

 

 

     
the-best-american-poetry

An Artist's Handbook: Materials and Techniques (reissue)
(Laurence King Publishing)

Margaret Krug, Fine Arts Faculty

  the-best-american-poetry

The Best American Poetry 2011
(Scribner)

David Lehman, Associate Professor of Writing

 

 

     
Every-twelve-seconds

India's World: The Politics of Creativity in a Globalized Society
(Rupa Publications)

Arien Mack (co-editor), Professor of Psychology and Director for Center for Public Scholarship

  Every-twelve-seconds

Every Twelve Seconds: Industrialized Slaughter and the Politics of Sight
(Yale University Press)

Timothy Pachirat, Assistant Professor of Political Science

 

 

     
Cultural-History of Food

A Cultural History of Food
(London and New York: Berg Publishers)

Fabio Parasecoli (co-editor), Associate Professor of Food Studies

  Asset-Prices

Asset Prices, Booms and Recessions: Financial Economics from a Dynamic Perspective,
Third Edition

(Springer Publishing)
Willi Semmler, Professor of Economics

 

 

     
Financial Asset

Financial Assets, Debt and Liquidity Crises: A Keynesian Approach
(Cambridge University Press)

Willi Semmler, Professor of Economics

  Casualties-of-Care

Casualties of Care: Immigration and the Politics of Humanitarianism in France
(University of California Press)

Miriam Ticktin, Assistant Professor of Anthropology

 

 

     
Castoriadis-Foucault-and-Autonomy

Castoriadis, Foucault, and Autonomy: New Approaches to Subjectivity, Society and Social Change
(Continuum Press)

Marcela Tovar-Restrepo, Urban Studies Faculty

  Intellectual-Exchanges

Intellectual Exchanges: Women and Rational Dissent
Special Issue: Enlightenment and Dissent, No. 26
(University of Kent)

Gina Luria Walker (co-editor), Associate Professor of Women's Studies

 

 

     
The-Beach-Beneath

The Beach Beneath the Street: The Everyday Life and
Glorious Times of the Situationist International
(Verso)

McKenzie Wark, Associate Professor of Culture and Media

 
To assume a pleasing shape

To Assume a Pleasing Shape (American Readers Series)

Joseph Salvatore, Assistant Professor of Writing

 

       
 Art and Visual Culture Art and Visual Culture on the French Riviera, 1956– 1971 (Ashgate) 
 Rosemary O'Neill,          Associate Professor of Art History
     
 
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