About Daniel Russo

Daniel Russo is currently a doctoral student at University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill researching the historical-material intersection between enlightenment, revolutionary, and postmodernist thought. He teaches Interpersonal and Organizational Communication and assists for Rhetoric and Public Issues. For other recent works, such as "Foucault, the modernist?" and "Comedy and Tolerance: Vir Das, Standup Comedy, and Religious Tolerance in India," visit
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Shaming Culture as Neoliberal Governmentality
6 months ago

Shaming Culture as Neoliberal Governmentality

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The late French philosopher and historian Michel Foucault (1926-1984) remains one of the Left’s favorite political theorists. He’s particularly celebrated for his critiques of power, whether he was talking about …
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