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The Public Intellectual: Susan Searls Giroux

By Susan Searls Giroux, Truthout | name.

 

Susan Searls Giroux

Universities Gone Wild: Big Money, Big Sports and Scandalous Abuse at Penn State
Thursday 5 January 2011
by: Henry A. Giroux and Susan Searls Giroux, Truthout | Op-Ed

The Lessons of Law and Order: What Canadians Can Learn From Failed US Crime Policy
Wednesday 5 October 2011
by: Susan Searls Giroux, Truthout | News Analysis

Between Race and Reason: Anti-Intellectualism in American Life
Friday 16 September 2011
by: Susan Searls Giroux, Stanford University Press | Book Excerpt

Susan Searls Giroux

Susan Searls Giroux is associate dean of humanities and an associate professor of English and cultural studies at McMaster University. Her most recent book, "Between Race and Reason: Violence, Intellectual Responsibility, and the University to Come" (Stanford UP), won the prestigious Gary A. Olson Award for Best Book Published in Rhetoric and Cultural Studies in 2010. She has also coauthored, with Henry Giroux, "Take Back Higher Education," and, with Jeffrey Nealon, "The Theory Toolbox: Critical Concepts for the Humanities, Arts, & Social Sciences Second Edition," a revised and expanded second edition of which appeared in summer 2011. She has published numerous articles in Third Text, Social Identities, The CLR James Journal, JAC, Works and Days, Cultural Critique, College Literature and Tikkun.


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The Public Intellectual: Susan Searls Giroux

By Susan Searls Giroux, Truthout | name.

 

Susan Searls Giroux

Universities Gone Wild: Big Money, Big Sports and Scandalous Abuse at Penn State
Thursday 5 January 2011
by: Henry A. Giroux and Susan Searls Giroux, Truthout | Op-Ed

The Lessons of Law and Order: What Canadians Can Learn From Failed US Crime Policy
Wednesday 5 October 2011
by: Susan Searls Giroux, Truthout | News Analysis

Between Race and Reason: Anti-Intellectualism in American Life
Friday 16 September 2011
by: Susan Searls Giroux, Stanford University Press | Book Excerpt

Susan Searls Giroux

Susan Searls Giroux is associate dean of humanities and an associate professor of English and cultural studies at McMaster University. Her most recent book, "Between Race and Reason: Violence, Intellectual Responsibility, and the University to Come" (Stanford UP), won the prestigious Gary A. Olson Award for Best Book Published in Rhetoric and Cultural Studies in 2010. She has also coauthored, with Henry Giroux, "Take Back Higher Education," and, with Jeffrey Nealon, "The Theory Toolbox: Critical Concepts for the Humanities, Arts, & Social Sciences Second Edition," a revised and expanded second edition of which appeared in summer 2011. She has published numerous articles in Third Text, Social Identities, The CLR James Journal, JAC, Works and Days, Cultural Critique, College Literature and Tikkun.


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