A. Kiarina Kordela is Professor of German and Director of the Critical Theory Program at Macalester College and Honorary Adjunct Professor at the Writing and Society Research Center, University of Western Sydney, Australia. She publishes on topics such as literature, philosophy, psychoanalysis, critical, political, and film theory, intellectual history, and biopolitics. Kordela is the author of $urplus: Spinoza, Lacan (2007), Being, Time, Bios: Capitalism and Ontology (2013), coeditor with Dimitris Vardoulakis, of Freedom and Confinement in Modernity: Kafka's Cages (Palgrave-Macmillan, 2011), and of Spinoza's Authority: Resistance and Power, 2 Volumes (2017). Her articles have been published in several anthologies and journals such as Angelaki, Cultural Critique, Differences, History of Human Sciences, Modern Language Studies, Monokl, Parallax, Political Theory, Philosophy Today, Radical Musicology, Rethinking Marxism, Terroirs, The Lacanian Review Online, theory@buffalo, Umbr(a), and World Picture.
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