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The Public Intellectual: David L. Clark

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David L. Clark

The Canadian University and the War Against Omar Khadr
By Tyler J. Pollard, The Public Intellectuals Project | Interview
Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Wednesday 31 March 2010

David L Clark

David L. Clark is professor in the department of English and cultural studies and an associate member of the Health Studies Program at McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada. He teaches courses on critical theory, the politics and obligations of the university and the discourses of health and illness. Recent publications include, "Unsocial Kant: Peacetime and the Unregarded Dead," The Wordsworth Circle 41.1 (Winter 2010) and "Bodies and Pleasures in Late Kant" (forthcoming, Stanford University Press). His blog on teaching and learning, Thought and Theory, can be found at http://www.humanities.mcmaster.ca/~dclark/interviewBtL.html.


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The Public Intellectual: David L. Clark

By David L Clark, Truthout | name.

 

David L. Clark

The Canadian University and the War Against Omar Khadr
By Tyler J. Pollard, The Public Intellectuals Project | Interview
Wednesday, 27 May 2015

Wednesday 31 March 2010

David L Clark

David L. Clark is professor in the department of English and cultural studies and an associate member of the Health Studies Program at McMaster University in Hamilton, Canada. He teaches courses on critical theory, the politics and obligations of the university and the discourses of health and illness. Recent publications include, "Unsocial Kant: Peacetime and the Unregarded Dead," The Wordsworth Circle 41.1 (Winter 2010) and "Bodies and Pleasures in Late Kant" (forthcoming, Stanford University Press). His blog on teaching and learning, Thought and Theory, can be found at http://www.humanities.mcmaster.ca/~dclark/interviewBtL.html.


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