Caroline Williams

Caroline Williams is Lecturer in Politics at Queen Mary University of London where she teaches political theory. Her research and publications have focused on the question of subjectivity, as well as the politics and philosophy of Althusser and Spinoza. She established the TheoryLAB in The School of Politics and International Relations in 2013.


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Reimagining the Subject: Althusser and Spinoza
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