Oct 082013
 

cptSeptember 10, 2013: My article Debating Violence on a Desert Island: Engels, Dühring and Robinson Crusoe [behind paywall] has been published by Contemporary Political Theory. While it is not yet out in print, it is available online as part of CPT’s Advance Online Publication. The article is about Friedrich Engels’s theory of violence and the use  of Robinson Crusoe as a figure in Engels’s conceptualization of violence and in his critique of Eugen Dühring.

Dec 042012
 

December 1, 2012: The new issue of Political Theory is out. It includes a special section on “Machiavelli’s Politics” with two articles, one by John McCormick and one by Yours truly: Plebeian Politics: Machiavelli and the Ciompi Uprising. The Ciompi Uprising of 1378 was a revolt of Florentine textile workers, and it marked a turning point in Florentine history and a favorite motif of successive generations of historians, including Machiavelli.

 

May 232012
 

May 23, 2012:  The new issue of New Political Science contains our symposium on Johan Galtung’s concept of structural violence. Contributors include Andrew Dilts (Loyola Marymount University), Yves Winter (University of Minnesota), Thomas Biebricher (Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt), Eric Johnson (University of Florida), Antonio Y. Vázquez-Arroyo (University of Minnesota), and Joan Cocks (Mount Holyoke College). My contribution is titled “Violence and Visibility”.

Jan 032012
 

 March 1, 2012: The first issue of Political Concepts: A Critical Lexicon has just been published. It’s a new online journal that endeavors to create a lexicon of concepts relevant for contemporary political thought. I have an article in it on conquest.

Oct 012011
 


 

October 1, 2011: The edited collection on the Swiss elections Über den Herbst hinaus was just published in German and French (Au delà de l’automne). I have a short piece in it on the Swiss People’s Party and the Tea Party. The French version is here.