Samuel A. Chambers is the author of The Lessons of Rancière along with three previous monographs, and editor or co-editor of four volumes. Currently he co-edits the journal Contemporary Political Theory and teaches political theory and cultural politics at Johns Hopkins University. For more, visit samuelachambers.com.
Snapshots of the Social Formation: The Agony and the Ecstasy of Lance Armstrong
AS A SOCIAL AND POLITICAL THEORIST, I don’t study presidential elections or congressional behavior, foreign policy or state interactions. ...