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Writing Home

Letters written by Leslie Fiedler to his wife Margaret from May 1944 to December 1945 while he was stationed in Hawaiʻi and various parts of the Pacific Theater as an intelligence officer during World War II.

Perversions of the Market

An engaging analysis of the catastrophic ways capital perverts market dynamics by a leading scholar of Deleuze.

Systems from Hell

Examines how contemporary novels document and define social problems using a variety of narrative techniques to focus attention on systemic failure.

Sites of Statelessness

Explores various unusual sites of statelessness like sea, cities, and laws, beyond mere legal and regulatory frameworks, that determines statelessness.

The Life of the Soul

Offers a comprehensive and nuanced treatment on the topic of reincarnation in Judaism, covering a wide range of kabbalistic and philosophical sources.

The Cinema of the Real

Alters the landscape of Lacanian film theory by revealing an “emancipatory drive” in transnational cinema.

Crisis TV

Wide-ranging, in-depth analysis of Spanish-language television fiction after the 2008 global financial crisis.

Eccentric Laughter

Dispels the idea that postwar British comedies were apolitical, arguing instead that they presented subversive, iconoclastic, queer experiments in living for a country that was rebuilding and reimagining itself after years of conflict.

Freedom Is Not Enough

Shows the surprising ways T. S. Eliot's work sheds light on—and proves useful to—the contemporary struggle for a freer and more just world.

Islamic Philosophy and the Crisis of Modernity

Unveils the profound influence of medieval Islamic philosophy on the thought of Leo Strauss.

Cohabiting Earth

Promotes a path of harmony between humanity and Earth by presenting a vision that is comprehensive in scope and offering a positive new identity for humanity.

Laughing on the Brink of Humanity

Stretching from antiquity to AI, a provocative study of the joyless laughter that emerges at the boundary of the human and the inhuman.

Reimagining Europe

Essays addressing, from various angles, the relationship between Europe and philosophy in today’s crisis-ridden contexts such as xenophobia and migration.

God in Post-Christianity

Argues for a new elemental and sensory experience of God.

Meeting the Moment

Inspiring stories of six US presidents and the distinctive leadership characteristics that set them apart and transformed America.

School-University Partnerships

By Keli Garas-York
Subjects: Education

A research-based, practical guide to the Professional Development Schools (PDS) approach to school-university partnerships

A Farm Family on Long Island's North Fork

Life, love, and scandal in a nineteenth-century Long Island farm community.

Leo Strauss on Religion

Intriguing unpublished manuscripts by Leo Strauss, which explore the intricate relationship between religion, philosophy, and politics, accompanied by fourteen interpretative essays.

Cold War Genres

Argues that the post-independence period was a unique era of literary experimentation in Hindi literature, which must be read in the contexts of both local and global cultural, social, and literary history.

Phenomenology and Future Generations

Demonstrates the fertility of the phenomenological tradition of philosophy for intergenerational justice and climate ethics.

Strange, Surprising, Sure

Accessible and wide-ranging essays on the philosophy of religion.

Religion and Women in India

Examines the intersections of gender, religion, and politics among various Indian religious communities, from early British rule to the late twentieth century.

Killing Children in British Fiction

By Dominic Dean
Subjects: Literature

Investigates how British fiction and film use dangerous and endangered children to explore conflicts over the future, from the Thatcher to Brexit eras.

Living Chinese Philosophy

Contrasts classical Greek ontology ("the science of being in itself") with Confucian "zoetology" ("the art of living").

Childhood, Philosophy, and Dialogical Education

Offers both theoretical and practical insights into the dialogue between adults and children as a democratic model for schooling.