Crossing Borders

Essays in Honour of Ian H. Angus
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  • Paperback, 296 pages

Crossing Borders: Essays in Honour of Ian H. Angus is a collection of original and cutting-edge essays by thirteen outstanding and diverse Canadian and International scholars that engage with Professor Ian Angus’s rich contributions to three distinct, albeit overlapping, fields: Canadian Studies, Phenomenology and Critical Theory, and Communication and Media Studies. These contributions are distinct, unique, and have had resonance across the intellectual landscape over the thirty years that Angus has been teaching communications, philosophy, Canadian Studies, theory, and humanities first in the United States and then in Canada.

Samir Gandesha

Samir Gandesha is an associate professor in the Department of the Humanities?and the director of the Institute for the Humanities at Simon Fraser University, and was a post-doctoral fellow at the University of California at Berkeley (1995 to 1997) and an Alexander von Humboldt?Research Fellow at the Universita?t Potsdam (2001?02).
He specializes in modern European thought and culture, with a particular emphasis on the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. His work has appeared in a wide range of journals including?Political?Theory,?New German Critique,?Constellations,?Logos,?Kant Studien,?Philosophy and Social Criticism, the?European Legacy,?European Journal of Social Theory,?Discipline Filosofiche,?Estudios Politicos,?Zeitschrift fu?r kritische Theorie,?Radical Philosophy,?American Journal of Psychoanalysis,?International Forum of Psychoanalysis,?and?Constelaciones: Revista de Teoria Critica.

Gandesha is co-editor with Lars Rensmann of?Arendt and?Adorno: Political and Philosophical Investigations?(Stanford, 2012). He is co-editor with Johan F. Hartle of?Spell of Capital: Reification and?Spectacle?(University of Amsterdam Press, 2017), and?Aesthetic Marx?(Bloomsbury Press, 2017). He regularly contributes to popular publications such as?openDemocracy,?Canadian Dimension,?Vancouver Sun,?and?Globe and Mail. In the spring of 2017, he was the Liu Boming?Visiting Scholar in Philosophy at the University of Nanjing and Visiting Lecturer at Suzhou University of Science and Technology?in China. In January 2019, he was Visiting Fellow at the Hochschule?fu?r Gestaltung in Karlsruhe, and in February 2019, he was Visiting?Lecturer at Faculdade de Filosofia, Letras e Cie?ncias Humanas? FFLCH-USP (Universidade de Sa?o Paulo). He is currently editing a book entitled?Spectres of Fascism?(Pluto Press) and preparing a manuscript on the ?Neoliberal Personality.?


Peyman Vahabzadeh

Peyman Vahabzadeh is a professor of Sociology at University of Victoria. He is the author of Articulated Experiences: Toward a Radical Phenomenology of Contemporary Social Movements (SUNY Press, 2003); A Guerrilla Odyssey: Modernization, Secularism, Democracy and the Fadai Discourse of National Liberation in Iran, 1971?1979 (Syracuse University Press, 2010); Exilic Meditations: Essays on A Displaced Life (H&S Media, 2012); Parviz Sadri: A Political Biography (Shahrgon Book, 2015; in Persian); Violence and Nonviolence: Conceptual Excursions into Phantom Opposites (University of Toronto Press, 2019); and A Rebel?s Journey: Mostafa Sho'aiyan and Revolutionary Theory in Iran (OneWorld, 2019). He is the editor of Iran's Struggles for Social Justice: Economics, Agency, Justice, Activism (Palgrave, 2017). He has published eight books of poetry, fiction, literary criticism, and memoir in Persian. His works have appeared in English, Persian, German, Kurdish, and Spanish.