“’To Burst Open the Possibilities of the Present’: Seyla Benhabib and Utopia,” in Another Universalism: Seyla Benhabib and the Future of Critical Theory, eds. Stefan Eich, Anna Jurkevics, Nishin Nathwani, and Nica Siegel, New York, Columbia University Press (2023)

“Being and Becoming: Rethinking Identity Politics: Combahee River Collective Statement; How We Get Free: Black Feminism and the Combahee River Collective, Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor; The Fateful Triangle: Race, Ethnicity, Nation, Stuart Hall,” Social Research: An International Quarterly, Vol. 89, No. 2, 297-317 (Summer 2022) (doi:10.1353/sor.2022.0020).

“ ‘Let those who have an experience of prison speak’: The Critique & Praxis of the Prisons Information Group (1970-1980)” Foucault Studies, No. 31, 64-69 (December 2021) (

“Post-Truth,” NOMOS Vol. 36: Truth and Evidence (November 2021): 147-175.

“Five Modalities of Michel Foucault’s Use of Nietzsche’s Writings (1959–73): Critical, Epistemological, Linguistic, Alethurgic and Political,” Theory, Culture, and Society (March 2021) (

“Foucault’s Keystone: Confessions of the Flesh. How the Fourth and Final Volume of The History of Sexuality Completes Foucault’s Critique of Modern Western Societies” Foucault Studies, No. 29, 48-70 (April 2021) (

“On Cooperationism: An End to the Economic Plague,” Critical Inquiry, Vol. 47(S2):S90-S94 (2021) (

“Die Kritik und Praxis der Rechte,” KritischeJustiz, Vol. 54, No. 2, 3-10 (2021) (DOI: 10.5771/0023-4834-2021-2-3)

“The Critique and Praxis of Rights,” University of Colorado Law Review, Vol. 92, 975-984 (2021).

“The Systems Fallacy: A Genealogy and Critique of Public Policy and Cost-Benefit Analysis,” Journal of Legal Studies (forthcoming 2018)

“Counter-Critical Theory: An Intervention in Contemporary Critical Thought and Practice,” Critical Times, Vol. 1, No. 1, p. 5-22 (2018)

“Sparking King’s Revolution,” Boston Review Forum: Fifty Years Since MLK, ed. Brandon Terry, pp. 53-57 (2017)

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