How social science is impossible without critical theory: The immersion of mainstream approaches in time and space.
Critical conundrums - logic and politics in Frankfurt critical theory prior to the linguistic turn.
The architecture of social critique: Three models of ideology critique and the legacy of the Frankfurt School.
Is universality the object of globalization? Political geographies of contingent universality.
From the culture industry to the society of the spectacle: Critical theory and the situationist international.
Signifying the Jew: antisemitic workers and Jewish stereotypes during World War II.
Herbert Marcuse and contemporary social theory: Beyond the consumer society.
Restricted eros and one-dimensional morality: a Marcusean reading of contemporary politics.
The radical present: the psychopolitics of transformation in Marcuse.
Pedagogy against “dis-utopia”: from conscientization to the education of desire.
Governmental rationality and popular sovereignty.
Public sociology, Marxism, and Marx.
The sociological theory of C. Wright Mills: toward a critique of postmodernity.