Noëlle McAfee, Research Professor at the Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason University, joins me for episode 18 of the Digital Dialogue which is another special SPEP edition.
Noëlle has numerous publications in the area of democratic political theory, social/political philosophy, feminist theory and American pragmatism including three books, Habermas, Kristeva, and Citizenship by Cornell University Press, 2000, Julia Kristeva, publish by Routledge in 2003, and a text that Shannon Sullivan and I discussed in episode 8 of the Digital Dialogue entitled Democracy and the Political Unconsious.
She is here today to talk further about her book and to explore the transformative possibilities digital media opens for politics.
This year at SPEP, there was an excellent book panel on Noëlle’s book in which Shannon Sullivan, of Penn State University and Robyn Marasco, of Hunter College, commented and Noëlle responded. A number of issues that grow out of that conversation frame some of our discussion on this episode of the Digital Dialogue.
- The Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution
- Noëlle’s excellent blog, Gone Public.
- Noëlle has posted on her appearance on the Digital Dialogue here on Gone Public.
- Global Voices Online: http://globalvoicesonline.org/