Dan Krier, professor of sociology, has published a new co-edited volume of critical social theory with State University of New York Press entitled, Capital in the Mirror: Critical Social Theory and the Aesthetic Dimension. The book, co-edited with Mark P. Worrell, appears in SUNY’s New Political Science series and features articles by leading theorists in … Continue reading Dan Krier publishes new book with SUNY Press
Daniel Krier, professor of sociology, recently published his study, “Shakespeare’s Plays of Deranged Authority: The King’s Three Bodies,” in the journal Fast Capitalism. In his paper, Krier discusses how Shakespeare’s history play, “King John,” which depicts the problems that arise when legitimate political authority is deranged, has contemporary relevance, especially following the U.S. elections in … Continue reading Daniel Krier publishes study comparing Shakespearean kings to current leadership
Daniel Krier, professor of sociology, spoke at the Historical Materialism Annual Conference in London on Nov. 9. Krier’s presentation was titled, “Critical Social Theory, Capital and the Fetishized Veil of Ignorance.” The talk outlined recent mobilization fo ethno-nationalist authoritarian movements that will challenge liberal responses to the next global economic crisis.