Robert Scott

Robert Scott has a PhD in English from the University of Cambridge, where his thesis was on the idea of “speculative reading” in the work of Hegel. He continues to write mostly on Hegel and Hegelians, including Marx, Gillian Rose, and Catherine Malabou. His academic work has appeared or will soon appear in Textual Practice, Angelaki, and Critical Horizons. He is also the editor of a volume of lectures by Gillian Rose, Marxist Modernism: Introductory Lectures on the Frankfurt School, forthcoming from Verso Books.