• Bradley Macdonald •
||PhD, UCLA, 1991
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Bradley J. Macdonald received his BA in Political Science at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and his MA and PhD in Political Science from UCLA. His primary research focus is in contemporary political theory, with a particular focus on Western Marxism, critical theory, postmodern political theory, and issues related to cultural politics (or the way in which art/popular culture reinforce and/or resist relations of power). He is the author of William Morris and the Aesthetic Constitution of Politics (Lexington Books, 1999) and Performing Marx: Contemporary Negotiations of a Living Tradition (SUNY Press, 2006). He is also the editor for Theory as a Prayerful Act: The Collected Essays of James B. Macdonald (Peter Lang, 1995) and (with R. L. Rutsky) Strategies for Theory: From Marx to Madonna (SUNY Press, 2003). He was a founding member and a managing editor of the interdisciplinary theory journal, Strategies: A Journal of Theory, Culture and Politics and Associate Editor of New Political Science: A Journal of Politics and Culture. He currently is the Book Series Editor for “SUNY Series in New Political Science.”
POLS 520: Theories of Political Action – download syllabus
Overview of contemporary theoretical reflections on political action and power.