Penn State Series in Critical Theory



About this Series

The Penn State Series in Critical Theory showcases the work of contemporary critical theorists who are building upon and expanding the canon of the Frankfurt School. Based on a series of symposia held at Penn State University, each volume in the series contains an original essay by an internationally renowned critical theorist, followed by a set of critical essays from a number of authors as well as the theorist’s response to these essays. Books in the series will focus especially on topics that have been previously neglected by the Frankfurt tradition, including colonialism and imperialism, racism, sexism, and ethnocentrism. They offer analyses and readings that show the continuing relevance of one of the most innovative intellectual traditions of the last century.

General Editor:
Eduardo Mendieta

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