Truthout has published an excerpt from my co-authored book with Jeffrey Di Leo, Sophia McClennen, and Kenneth Saltman: Neoliberalism, Education, Terrorism: Contemporary Dialogues. Check out Twelve Theses on Education’s Future in the Age of Neoliberalism and Terrorism.
Routledge has designed the book cover for The Routledge Companion to Human Rights and Literature.
Is Satire Saving our Nation?
My new book–co-written with Remy Maisel –will be out on October 30. Is satire saving our nation? Does our democracy depend on it? Or is satire destroying our faith in the political process? Pre-order to make sure you have a copy in time for the mid-term elections!
My contribution to the The 2014 – 2015 Report on the State of the Discipline of Comparative Literature published by American Comparative Literature Association has just been released: “;Ideas of the Decade: Human Rights.”
Check out the review of Neoliberalism, Terrrorism, Education in Academe.
McClennen delivers the 2013 Peace Perspectives Lecture at the University of Missouri as part of the Chancellor’s Distinguished Speaker Series. Details on the event here.
Sophia McClennen and Remy Maisel have just received a book contract from Palgrave to write a new book: Is Satire Saving Our Nation? Mockery and American Politics. More details on its release soon.
Daniel Mallinson reviews Colbert’s America: Satire and Democracy for WPSU, our local NPR affiliate. Listen in here.
Alexandra Schultheis Moore and I have just received a contract to edit the Routledge Companion to Human Rights and Literature. The volume will have approximately 50 essays and will be framed as a must-have volume for those interested in the field. See other volumes in the series here.
Listen to this interview with Eleanor Hall from ABC News (AU) on Colbert’s America and US democracy.