Professor of Political Science Jodi Dean has had three recent publications.
Her article, “Anticipating Homeland Security,” was published in the June issue of Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies (volume 4 number 2).
She has written a chapter, “Feminism, Communicative Capitalism and the Inadequacies of Radical Democracy,” for the book “Radical Democracy and the Internet,” edited by Lincoln Dahlberg and Eugenia Siapera and published by Palgrave.
And a symposium she edited on the work of Iris Marion Young (1949-2006) a Professor or Political Science at the University of Chicago who has been called “one of the most important feminist thinkers in the world, appeared in the June issue of Constellations: An International Journal of Critical and Democratic Theory.
A member of the faculty since 1993, Dean holds a bachelor of arts from Princeton and her master's and doctorate from Columbia.