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B.A., Doane College, 1965 [Junior Year, University of Copenhagen]
Ph.D, Philosophy, Columbia University, 1973
[DAAD Fellowship, University of Tubingen, 1969-1971; study in Paris, 1971-1972]       [back]

Teaching and Administration

George F. Kneller Chair in the Philosophy of Education, UCLA, 1997-
Professor of Philosophy, University of Texas at Austin, 1985-1997
Assistant Professor, University of Texas at Austin, 1979-1985
Assistant Professor, University of Texas at Austin, 1973-1979
Instructor, Hunter College, Spring 1973 Instructor, Columbia College, 1967-1969       [back]

Fellowships, Professorships, and Honors

Michael Harrington Book Award, American Political Science Association, 1998
Fulbright Professor, University of Tampere, Finland, Winter 1996
Bonnier Professor, Stockholm University, Spring 1996
Windsor University Humanities Research Fellow, Summer 1995
Taiwan National Science Foundation Professorship, Tunghai University, Spring 1994
University Research Grant, UT-Austin, 1990
George Stoney Award for Distinguished Contributions to Public Access Television, 1988
University Research Grant, UT-Austin, 1984
NEH Summer Stipend, 1980
Dictionary of American Scholars, 1978-
Who's Who in America, 1976-
DAAD Fellowship, Tubingen University, 1969-1971
Woodrow Wilson Dissertation Fellowship, 1969
Preceptor in Philosophy, Columbia University 1967-1969
President's Fellow, Columbia University, 1966-1967
Woodrow Wilson Fellow, Columbia University 1965-1966       [back]

Professional Service

Member of American Philosophical Association, American Sociological Association, World Sociology Congress, American Political Science Association, Popular Culture Association, Society for Cinema Studies, Union for Democratic Communications, Radical Philosophy Association, Society for the Study of Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy, and California Association for Philosophy of Education Editorial Services to Scholarly Publications: editor of series for Guilford Press; review manuscripts for University of Minnesota Press, Sage Press, Routledge, Yale University Press, Johns Hopkins University Press, University of Toronto Press, Westview Press, Rowman and Littlefield, University of California Press, SUNY Press, Norton, University of Texas Press, and others; on editorial board of many journals, including Theory, Culture and Society, New Political Science, New German Critique, Social Theory and Practice, Centennial Review, Science-as-Culture, and The Review of Education/Pedagogy/Cultural Studies. [back]


A. Authored and Co-Authored Books and Edited Collections

Grand Theft 2000 Lanham, Md.: Rowman and Littlefield.

The Postmodern Adventure, co-authored with Steven Best. New York and London: Guilford and Routledge, 2001).

Media and Cultural Studies: KeyWorks, co-edited with Gigi Durham, Blackwell, 2001).

Toward a Critical Theory of Society. London and New York: Routledge, 2001 (second of six volumes on unpublished and/or uncollected works of Herbert Marcuse edited and introduced by Douglas Kellner).

Film, Art and Politics: An Emile de Antonio Reader, co-edited with Dan Streible, University of Minnesota Press, 2000.

Technology, War, and Fascism. London and New York: Routledge, 1998; Portugese translation, Technologia, Guerra e Fasismo, 1999; Sao Paolo, Brazil: UNESP (first of six volumes on unpublished and/or uncollected works of Herbert Marcuse to be published with Routledge and UNESP).

The Postmodern Turn, co-authored with Steven Best. New York: Guilford Press, 1997; winner, Michael Harrington Award; American Political Science Association, 1998.

CD-ROM on Painter's Painting, Voyager, 1996; co-produced with Ron Mann; edited over 700 pages of transcripts; wrote over 150 pages of text on American art and de Antonio's films; book version, forthcoming, University of Minnesota Press.

Articulating the Global and the Local. Globalization and Cultural Studies, co-edited with Ann Cvetkovich. Westview, 1996.

Media Culture. Cultural Studies, Identity and Politics Between the Modern and the Postmodern. Routledge: 1995; Finnish translation, Mediakulttuuri, Tampere: Vastapaino, 1998.

Baudrillard. A Critical Reader, edited with Introduction. Blackwell, 1994.

The Persian Gulf TV War, Westview Press, 1992.

Postmodern Theory: Critical Interrogations, co-authored with Steven Best. London and New York: Macmillan and Guilford Press, 1991; Chinese translation 1995.

Television and the Crisis of Democracy. Westview Press, 1990.

Postmodernism/Jameson/Critique, editor; Maisonneuve, 1989.

Critical Theory, Marxism, and Modernity, Cambridge and Baltimore. Polity Press and John Hopkins University Press, 1989.

Jean Baudrillard: From Marxism to Post-Modernism and Beyond. Cambridge, England and Palo Alto, Cal.: Polity Press and Stanford University Press, 1989; Japanese translation forthcoming.

Critical Theory and Society. A Reader, co-edited with Stephen Eric Bronner, Metheun/Routledge, 1989.

Che Guevara, Chelsea House, 1988; Spanish translation 1990.

Camera Politica: The Politics and Ideology of Contemporary Hollywood Film, co-authored with Michael Ryan, Indiana University Press, 1988; Turkish translation, 1998; Korean translation 1999.

Kwame Nkrumah, Chelsea House, 1987.

Herbert Marcuse and the Crisis of Marxism, University of California Press (USA) and Macmillan Press (England), 1984.

Passion and Rebellion: The Expressionist Heritage, co-edited with Stephen Eric Bronner. New York: Universe Books and Bergin Publishers (USA) and London: Croom Helm (England), 1983; second edition, Columbia University Press, 1988.

Karl Korsch: Revolutionary Theory. Austin, Texas: University of Texas Press, 1977; British edition, London: Pluto Press, 1981; Spanish translation, El Marxismo Revolucionario de Karl Korsch, Premia, 1981.

Heidegger¹s Concept of Authenticity. Ph. Dissertation, Columbia University, 1973.       [back]

B. Published Articles

"Cultural Studies and Philosophy: An Intervention," in Toby Miller, editor A Companion to Cultural Studies, Cambridge and Boston, Blackwell: 139-153.

"Afterword: Reading Giroux," in Henry Giroux, Public Spaces, Private Lives: Beyond the Culture of Cynicism. Lanham, Md.: Rowman and Littlefield, 2001: 141-164.

"The Sports Spectacle, Michal Jordan and Nike: Unholy Alliance?" in Michael Jordan, Inc. Corporate Sport, Media Culture, and Late Modern America, edited by David Andrews," SUNY Press, 2001: 37-64.

"Foreward: May 1968 in France: Dynamics and Consequences," Andrew Feenberg and Jim Freedman, When Poetry Ruled the Streets: The French May Events of 1968. Albany, New York: State University of New York Press: xv-ix.

"Critical Pedagogy, Cultural Studies, and Radical Democracy at the Turn of the Millennium: Reflections on the Work of Henry Giroux," Cultural Studies, Critical Methodologies, Vol. 1, Number 2, 2001: 220-239.

"Feenberg's Questioning Technology." Theory, Culture and Society, Vol. 18(1), 2001: 155-162.

(with Rhonda Hammer) (2001) "Multimedia Pedagogical Curriculum for the New Millennium," Multi/Intercultural Conversations. New York: Peter Lang: 343-360.

(with Steve Best) (2001) "Dawns, Twilights, and Transitions: Postmodern Theories, Politics, and Challenges." Democracy and Nature, Vol. 7, Nr. 1: 101-117.

"Cultural Studies and Social Theory: A Critical Intervention," in Handbook of Social Theory, edited by George Ritzer and Barry Smart. Oxford: Blackwell, 2001: 395-409.

"New Technologies/New Literacies: Reconstructing Education for the New Millennium," Internation Journal of Technology and Design Education, Vol. 11, (2000): 67-81.

"New Technologies/New Literacies: reconstructing education for the new millennium," Teaching Education, Vol. 11, No. 3 (2000): 245-265.

"Multimedia Pedagogy and Multicultural Education for the New Millennium," co-authored with Rhonda Hammer, Religious Education, Vol. 95, No. 4 (Fall 2000): 475-489; on-line versions with Current Issues in Education ( and Reading Online ( lit_index.asp?HREF=/newliteracies/hammer/index.html).

"Theorizing Globalization Critically," in Alexandra Suess, editor, Globalisierung. Ein wissenschaftlicher Diskurs? Manz, Wien: Passagen Verlag, 2000: 73-108.

"Marcuse and the Quest for Radical Subjectivity," Social Thought and Research, 2000.

"Crossing the Postmodern Divide with Borgmann, or Adventures in Cyberspace," in Eric Higgs, et al, editors, Technology and the Good Life? Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2000: 234-255.

"Multiple Literacies and Critical Pedagogies: New Paradigms," in Revolutionary Pedagogies. Cultural Politics, Instituting Education, and the Discourse of Theory, edited by Peter Pericles Trikonis. New York and London: RoutledgeFalmer, 2000: 196-221.

"From Nam to the Gulf: Postmodern Wars?" in The Vietnam War and Postmodernity, edited by Michael Bibby. Amherst, Mass.: University of Massachussetts Press, 2000: 199-236.

"Jean Baudrillard," in Blackwell Companion to Major Social Theorists, edited by George Ritzer. Oxford: Blackwell, 2000: 731-753.

(with Steven Best) "Afloat in Cloud Cuckoo Land? Some Critical Comments on the Symposium, "Manufacturing Nature, Naturalizing Machines," (2000). Organization and Environment, Vol. 13, No. 1 (March): 102-104.

"Globalization and New Social Movements: Lessons for Critical Theory and Pedagogy," in Globalization and Education, edited by Nicholas Burbules and Carlos Torres, Routledge 2000: 299-322.

"Virilio, War, and Technology: Some Critical Reflections," Theory, Culture and Society, Vol. 16(5-6), 1999: 103-125; reprinted in Paul Virilio. From Modernism to Hypermodernism and Beyond, edited by John Armitrage (London: Sage Publications, 2000: 103-125.

"Nietzsche's Critique of Mass Culture," International Studies in Philosophy, 31:3 (1999): 77-89; translated as " A critica de Nietzsche a multura de massa,"in Revista Famecos (Dezembro 2000): 12-22.

"Uno slogan surrealista in mezzo all'insurrezione," Indice (November 1999): X-XI.

"Introduction to Lujun: Herbert Marcuse and Freedom," (in Chinese), 1999.

"Globalization From Below? Toward a Radical Democratic Technopolitics," Angelaki 4:2 (1999): 101-113.

"Debord and the Postmodern Turn: New Stages of the Spectacle," (with Steven Best), Substance #90 (1999): 129-156.

"Theorizing the Present Moment: Debates Between Modern and Postmodern Theory," Theory and Society, Vol. 28/4 (August 1999): 639-656.

"The X-Files, Paranoia, and Conspiracy: From the '70s to the '90s," Framework 41 (Autumn 1999): 16-36.

"Culture Industries," in A Companion to Film Theory, edited by Toby Miller and Robert Stam, Blackwell, 1999: 202-220.

"Adventures in Continental Philosophy," in Portraits of American Continental Philosophers, edited by James Watson, Indiana University Press, 1999: 75-84.

"The X-Files and the Aesthetics and Politics of Postmodern Pop," Journal of Aesthetics, 57: 2 (Spring 1999): 161-175.

"Engels and Modernity," in Engels After Marx, edited by Manfred B. Steger and Terell Carver. University Park, PA.: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 1999: 163-178.

"Herbert Marcuse," and "T.W. Adorno," Oxford Dictionary of Philosophy, Oxford University Press, 1999: .

"Afterword" to Intermediality, edited by Ladislau Semali and Ann Watts Pailliotet, Westview, 1999: 223-227.

"Theorizing McDonaldization: A Multiperspectivist Approach," in Resisting McDonaldization, edited by Barry Smart. London: Sage Publications, 1999: 186-206.

"Multimedia Pedagogical Curriculum for the New Millennium," co-authored with Rhonda Hammer, Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, Vol. 42, Nr. 7 (April 1999): 522-526.

"New Technologies, TechnoCities, and the Prospects for Democratization," in Technocities, edited by John Downey and Jim McGuigan, London: Sage Publications, 1999: 186-204.

"Lorenzo Simpson's Conversations with Technology, Modernity, and Postmodernity: Some Critical Reflections," Research in Philosophy and Technology, Volume 18 (1999): 227-245.

(with Steven Best) "Kevin Kelly's Complexity Theory: The Politics and Ideology of Self-Organizing Systems," Organization and Environment, Vol. 12, Nr. 2 (1999): 141-162.

"Herbert Marcuse," American National Biography. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999: 493-495.

"New Technologies, the Welfare State, and the Prospects for Democratization," in Communication, Citizenship, and Social Policy, edited by Andrew Calabrese and Jean-Claude Burgelman. Lanham, Md.: Rowman and Littlefield 1999: 239-256.

"Foreward" to Laura R. Linder, Public Access Television. America's Electronic Soapbox. Westport, Connecticut, 1999: xi-xii.

"Multiple Literacies and Critical Pedagogy in a Multicultural Society." Educational Theory, Vol. 48, Nr. 1 (1998): 103-122.

Preface to Valerie Scatamburlo, "Political Correctness and the Rightwing Assault on Education." New York: Peter Lang, 1998: xii-xv.

"Hollywood and Society: Critical Perspectives," in The Oxford Guide to Film Studies, edited by John Hill and Pamela Church Gibson. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1998: 354-362.

"Public Access Television," in Encyclopaedia of Television, edited by Horace Newcomb, 1998: 567-571.

"Fassbinder, Women and Melodrama: Critical Interrogations," in Triangulated Visions: Women in Recent German Cinema, edited by Ingeborg Majer O'Sickey and Ingeborg von Zadow, SUNY Press, 1998: 29-42.

"Globalization and the Postmodern Turn," in Globalization and Europe, edited by Roland Axtmann. London: Cassells, 1998: 23-42.

"Media Culture, Social Theory, and Cultural Studies: A Reply to Some Critics," Symposium on Douglas Kellner, Media Culture, in Research in Philosophy and Technology, Volume 17 (1998): 201-215.

"Preface to New Edition of Herbert Marcuse, Eros and Civilization." London: Routledge, 1998: xi-xix.

"Herbert Marcuse," in Blackwell Companion to Continental Philosophy, edited by Simon Critchley and William R. Schroeder. Oxford: Blackwell, 1998: 389-396.

"Learning the Holocaust: Reflections on the Shoah Project," with Rhonda Hammer, LA Glue, Vol. 1, Nr. 2 (May 1998): 12.

"Foreward: McDonaldization and its Discontents: Ritzer and His Critics," in McDonaldization Revisited, edited by Mark Alfino, John S. Caputo, and Robin Wynard. London: Praeger Press, 1998: vi-xiv.

(with Steven Best) "Beavis and Butt-Head and Postmodern Youth: A Diagnostic Critique" in Youth Culture, edited by Jon Epstein. Malden, Mass. and Oxford, UK: Blackwell, 1998: 74-99.

"Multiple Literacies and Critical Pedagogy in a Multicultural Society," in The Promise of Multiculturalism, edited by George Katsiaficas and Teodros Kiros. New York and London: Routledge, 1998: 211-236.

"Reading Culture Critically," the review of Education/Pedagogy/ Cultural Studies, Vol. 20, Nr. 3 (1998): 281-290.

(with Steven Best) "Postmodern Politics and the Battle for the Future," New Political Science, Vol. 20, Nr. 3 (1998): 283-299.

(with Steven Best) "La politica postmoderna la batallia por el futuro," Revista de Ciencias Sociales, Nuevo 5 (Jun1o 1998): 5-29.

Foreward to Dictionary of Cultural Theorists, edited by Ellis Cashmore and Chris Rojek. London: Arnold, 1998: viii-x.

"Jean Baudrillard," "Fredric Jameson," and "Herbert Marcuse," Encyclopaedia of Aesthetics, Michael Kelly, editor, Columbia University Press (1998): .

"The New Taiwanese Cinema," Jump Cut 42 (1998): 101-115.

"Zygmunt Bauman's Postmodern Turn," Theory, Culture & Society, Vol. 15(1) (Febr. 1998): 73-86.

"Intellectuals, the Public Sphere, and New Technologies," in Research in Philosophy and Technology, Vol. 16 (1997): 15-32.

"Brecht's Marxist Aesthetic," A Bertolt Brecht Reference Companion, edited by Siegfried Mews. Westport, CT.: Greenwood Press, 1997: 281-295.

"Beavis and Butt-Head: No Future for Postmodern Youth," in Kinderculture. The Corporate Construction of Childhood, edited by Shirley Steinberg and Joe Kincheloe. Westview, 1997: 85-102.

"Political Economy and Cultural Studies: Overcoming the Divide," Cultural Studies in Question, edited by Marjorie Ferguson and Peter Golding. London: Sage Publications, 1997: 102-120

"Social Theory and Cultural Studies," Sociology After Postmodernism, edited by David Owen. London: Sage Publications, 1997: 138-157.

"Ideology, Culture and Utopia in Ernst Bloch," Not Yet. Reconsidering Ernst Bloch, edited by Jamie Owen Daniel and Tom Moylan. London, Verso: 1997: 80-95.

"Marcuse, Surrealismus und Marxismus," Weg und Ziel, Nr. 2 (Mai 1997): 38-41.

"1928: Erich Fromm joins the Institute for Social Research and begins a ten-year affiliation with the Frankfurt School," Yale Companion to Jewish Writing and Thought in German Culture, edited by Sander L. Gilman and Jack Zipes. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1997: 479-484.

"Intellectuals, the New Public Spheres and Techno-Politics," New Political Science 41-42 (Fall 1997): 169-188.

"Critical Theory and British Cultural Studies: The Missed Articulation," in Cultural Methodologies, edited by Jim McGuigan. London: Sage, 1997: 12-41.

Entry on "Eros," co-authored by Wolfgang Fritz Haug, in Historisch-kritisches Worterbuch des Marxismus, edited by Wolfgang Fritz Haug. Berlin: Argument Verlag, 1997: 785-794.

"Poltergeists, Gender, and Class. Horror Film in the Age of Reagan," Cinema and the Question of Class, edited by David E. James and Rick Berg. Minneapolis: Minnesota University Press, 1996: 217-239.

The Gulf War and Propaganda," Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Controversial Issues in Mass Media and Society, edited by Alison Alexander and Jarice Hanson. Guilford, CT.: Dushkin Publishing Group, 1996: 112-134.

"Sports, Media Culture, and Race--Some Reflections on Michael Jordan," Sociology of Sports Journal, Volume 13 (1996): 458-467.

"Man Trouble," in The Review of Education/Pedagogy/Cultural Studies, Vol. 17, No. 2, 1995: 175-183; reprinted in Education and Cultural Studies, edited by Henry Giroux and Patrick Shannon. New York: Routledge, 1996: 79-88.

"The Information Superhighway and the [Democratic?] Future," Downtown, January 24, 1996: 14-16.

"The End of Orthodox Marxism," Marxism in the Postmodern Age, edited by Jack Amarglio, et al. New York, Guilford Press: 1995: 33-41.

Entry on Fredric Jameson for John Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory and Criticism, edited by Michael Groden and Martin Kreiswirth, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1995: 424-426.

"Cultural Studies, Multiculturalism, and Media Culture," Gender, Race and Class in Media, edited by Gail Dines and Jean Humez. Beverley Hills: Sage, 1995: 5-17.

"Reading Images Critically. Toward a Postmodern Pedagogy," Gender, Race and Class in Media, edited by Gail Dines and Jean Humez. Beverley Hills: Sage, 1995: 126-132.

"The Obsolescence of Marxism?" in Whither Marxism?, edited by Bernd Magnus and Stephen Cullenberg. London and New York: Routledge, 1995: 3-30.

"Herbert Marcuse," Scribner Dictionary of American Biography. New York: Charles Scribner & Son, 1995: 506-508.

Preface to Rethinking Media Literacy, edited by Peter McLaren, et al., New York: Peter Lang, 1995: xiii-xvii.

"Media Communications vs. Cultural Studies: Overcoming the Divide," Communication Theory, Five: Two (May 1995): 162-177; also published in Tidskrift for Kultur Studier, Nummer 1 (1995): 34-55.

"Spike Lee's Morality Tales," Philosophy and Film, edited by Cynthia Freeland and Thomas Wartenberg. New York, Routledge, 1995: 201-217.

"Intellectuals and New Technologies," Media, Culture, and Society, Vol. 17 (1995): 427-448.

"The Wars against Iraq: 1993," Middle East in Crisis, Yahya Mahemdi, editor. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1995.

"Marxism, the Information Superhighway, and the Struggle for the Future," Humanist Sociology, Vol. 19, Nr. 4 (November, 1995): 41-56.

"Madonna, Fashion, and Identity," in Fashion, edited by Shari Benstock and Suzanne Ferris, New Brunswick, N.J. Rutgers University Press, 1994: 159-182.

"Baudrillard and Fin de Millenium," in Baudrillard. A Critical Reader, edited by Douglas Kellner, London, Blackwell, 1994: 1-23.

"A Marcuse Renaissance?," Marcuse. From the New Left to the Next Left, edited by John Bokina and Timothy J. Lukes.Lawrence, University of Kansas Press, 1994: 245-267.

"Cultural Studies and the Gulf War: A Multi-Perspectival Approach," in Styles of Cultural Activism, edited by Philip Goldstein. Newark, Del.: University of Delaware Press, 1994: 103-129.

(with Robert J. Antonio) "Postmodern Social Theory: Contributions and Limitations" in Postmodernism and Social Inquiry, edited by David Dickens and Andrea Fontana. New York: Guilford Press, 1994: 127-152.

Preface to Violence to Non-Violence, edited by William Kelly. Craftsman House: Harwood Academic Publishers, 1994: vii-ix.

"Critical Theory and Consumer Culture," in The Polity Reader in Cultural Theory. Cambridge, England: Polity Press, 1994: 73-80.

"Beavis and Butt-Head and Generation X," Downtown (March 2, 1994): 12-15.

"Herbert Marcuse," in Leaders from the 1960s, edited by Daniel De Leon. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1994: 563-569.

"Rap and Black Political Discourse," Mediations, Vol. 18, Nr. 1 (Spring 1994), 60-65.

"Populare Kultur und die Konstruktion postmoderner Identitaten" in Philosophische Ansichten der Kultur der Moderne, Herausgegeben von Andreas Kuhlmann. Frankfurt: Fischer 1994: 214-237.

"Marcuse in the 1940s: Some New Textual Discoveries," in Kritik und Utopie im Werk von Herbert Marcuse, edited by Wolfgang Bonss and Axel Honneth. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 1993: 301-311.

"Herbert Marcuse," and "T.W. Adorno" in The Routledge Dictionary of Twentieth-Century Political Thinkers, edited by Robert Benewick and Philip Green. London: Routledge 1993:, 1-4, 149-152.

"Minima Moralia: The Gulf War in Fragements," Downtown (1993;

"Gulf War II: The Media Offensive" Lies of Our Times (May 1993), 17-19.

"Gulf War II and the U.S. Media," Public Media Monitor, Vol. 3, No. 2 (Spring 1993), 4, 7.

"Film, Politics, and Ideology: Toward a Multiperspectival Film Theory," Movies and Politics. The Dynamic Relationship, edited by James Combs. New York: Garland Press, 1993, 55-92.

"Marxist Criticism," in Dictionary of Contemporary Criticism and Critical Terms, edited by Irene Makaryk. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1993: 95-100.

"Critical Theory and Social Theory: Current Debates and Challenges," Theory, Culture, and Society, Vol. X, Nr. 2 (1993), 43-61.

"Minima Moralia: The Gulf War in Fragements," Journal of Social Philosophy, Vol. XXIV, Nr. 2 (Fall 1993), 68-88.

"The Bush Administration's Big Lies: A case study of media manipulation and disinformation," Interaction, Vol. 11, No. 1 (1993): 26-51.

"Toward a Multiperspectival Cultural Studies," Centennial Review, Vol. XXVI, Nr. 1 (Winter 1992), 5-41. Translated into Chinese in Contemporary, Fall 1992: .

"U.S. Television, the Crisis of Democracy, and the Persian Gulf War" in Media, Crisis, and Democracy, edited by Marc Raboy and Bernard Dagenais. London: Sage, 1992, 44-62.

"Public Access Television and the Struggle for Democracy," Democratic Communications in the Information Age, edited by Janet Wasko and Vincent Mosco. Peterborough, Ont.: Garamond Press, 1992: 100-113.

"Television and Democracy," in Social Problems, edited by Craig Calhoun and George Ritzer. New York: Mc-Graw-Hill, 1992 (electronic publication).

(with Robert J. Antonio) "Communication, Democratization, and Modernity: Critical Reflections on Habermas and Dewey," Habermas, Pragmatism, and Critical Theory, special section of Symbolic Interaction, Vol. 15, Nr. 3 (Fall 1992), 277-298.

"Herbert Marcuse and Radical Ecology," Capitalism, Nature, and Socialism, Vol. 3, Nr. 3 (Sept. 1992), 43-46; in Italian, "Commenti a Herbert Marcuse, Capitalismo Natura Socialismo, N. 6 (Anno II N. 3) Dicembre 1992: 61-64.

"USA: N Yaltajulkisuuden Sokeat Pisteet," Interview in Finnish journal Ydin, Numero 1, 1992, 12-17.

"Postmodernism, Identity, and the Politics of Popular Culture," in Postmodernism and Identity, edited by Scott Lash and Jonathan Friedman. London: Hutchinson, 1992, 141-177.

"Erich Fromm, Feminism, and the Frankfurt School," in Erich Fromm und die Frankfurter Schule, edited by Michael Kessler and Rainer Funk. Tubingen: Francke Verlag, 1992, 111-130.

"Television Y Postmodernidad," Archipielago 8 (1992), 89-100.

(with Robert J. Antonio) "Metatheorizing Historical Rupture: Classical Theory and Modernity," Metatheorizing, edited by George Ritzer. New York: Sage, 1992, 88-106.

"The Crisis in the Gulf and the Mainstream Media," Journal of Electronic Communication, 1991.

(with John Harms) "Critical Theory and Advertising," Current Perspectives in Social Theory, Vol. 11, 1991, 41-67

"Film, Politics, and Ideology: Reflections on Hollywood Film in the Reagan Era," The Velvet Light Trap, No. 27 (Spring 1991), 9-24. Translated into Chinese in Contemporary, Vol. 5, No. 1, 90-119.

"Introduction to the Second Edition {of One-Dimensional Man}," Boston: Beacon Press, 1991, xi-xl.

"Nietzsche and Modernity: Reflections on Twilight of the Idols," International Studies in Philosophy, XXIII/2 (1991), 3-17.

"El Papel Beligerante de la 'Libertad de Prenza' in Los USA," Archipielago 6 (1991), 3-6.

"Postmodernismus als kritische Gesellschaftstheorie? Herausforderungen und Probleme," in Abschied von der Aufklärung, Heinz-Hermann KrÜger, editor. Oplande: Leske & Budrich, 1990 37-60:

"The Postmodern Turn in Social Theory: Positions, Problems and Prospects," In Frontiers of Social Theory: The New Syntheses, ed. George Ritzer. New York: Columbia University Press, 1990: 255-286.

"Critical Theory and Ideology Critique," in Critical Theory and Aesthetics, Ronald Roblin, editor, Lewiston: The Edwin Mellen Press, 1990, 85-123.

"From 1984 to One-Dimensional Man: Reflections on Orwell and Marcuse," Current Perspectives in Social Theory, 1990, 223-252.

"Sexual Politics in the 1980s: Terms of Endearment and Independence Day" in Film and Sexual Politics, edited by Diane Raymond, Bowling Green Popular Press, 1990, 231-246.

(with Steve Best) "Kierkegaard, Mass Media, and The Corsair Affair," International Kierkegaard Commentary, edited by Robert Perkins, 1990, 23-62.

"Advertising, Fashion, and Consumer Culture," in Questioning the Media, edited by John Downing, et al. (Sage: 1990), 242-254; second revised edition 1996.

"Critical Theory and the Crisis of Social Theory," Special issue on Critical Theory, edited by David Harvey, Sociological Perspectives, Vol. 33, No. 1 (1990), 11-33.

Entries on Erich Fromm, Raya Dunaveskaya, and (with Steve Best and Paul Buhle) Marxist Philosophy, in Enclyclopaedia of the Left, edited by Paul Buhle and Dan Georgiakis (New York: Garland Press, 1990), 205-206, 247-248, 575-577.

"In Memororiam: Raya Dunayevskaya" and "A Comment on the Dunayevskaya-Marcuse Dialogue," Quarterly Review of Ideology, Vol. 13, No. 4 (1990), 17-19 and 31-33.

(with John Harms) "Critical Reflections on Recent Literature on Advertising and the Consumer Society," Borderlines (Winter 1989): 36-39.

"Boundaries and Borderlines: Reflections on Jean Baudrillard and Critical Theory," Current Perspectives in Social Theory, Vol. 9 (1989), 5-22.

"Resurrecting McLuhan? Jean Baudrillard and the Academy of Postmodernism," in Communication for and against Democracy, edited by Marc Raboy and Peter A Bruck (Montreal/New York: Black Rose Books, 1989), 131-146.

"Herbert Marcuse," The Concise Encyclopedia of Western Philosophy and Philosophers, edited by J.O. Urmson and Jonathan Ree (London: Unwin Hyman, 1989), 191.

"Reading Images Critically: Toward a Postmodern Pedagogy," Boston Journal of Education, Vol. 170, No. 3 (1989), 31-52; reprinted in Postmodernism, Feminism and Cultural Politics, edited by Henry Giroux and Peter McLaren, (Albany, NY: SUNY Press 1991), 60-82.

"Kulturindustrie und Ideologiekritik," Tute, special issue on Aesthetik und Politik am Ende des Industrieszeitalters. Herbert Marcuse (Sept. 1989), 56-63.

"Body Invaders/Cronenberg/Panic Film"; Canadian Journal of Social and Political Theory, Vol. 13, Nr. 3 (1989): 89-101.

"Postmodernism as Social Theory: Some Problems and Challenges," Theory, Culture & Society, Vol. 5, Nrs. 2-3 (June 1988), 240-269.

(with Steve Best) "(Re)Watching Television: Notes Toward a Political Criticism," Diacritics, (Summer 1987), 97-113.

"Platoon and Hollywood's Vietnam," Humanities in Society (1988), ____.

(with Steve Best) "Watching Television: The Limitations of Post-Modernism," Science as Culture 4 (1988), 44-70.

"Baudrillard, Semiurgy, and Death," Theory, Culture and Society, Vol. IV, 1987, 125-146.

"Ernst Friedrich's Pacifistic Anarchism," Introduction to War Against War (Seattle: The Real Comet Press, 1987), 9-18.

"The Great American Dream Machine: The Ideological Functions of Popular Culture in the United States," in Democracy Upside-Down, edited by Fred Exoo (New York: Praeger, 1987), 107-140.

Entries in the The Social Sciences Encyclopaedia on "Herbert Marcuse," "Jurgen Habermas," and on "The Frankfurt School" (London: Routledge, Kegan Paul, 1986), 311-313, 349-350, 483.

"Herbert Marcuse's Reconstruction of Marxism," in Herbert Marcuse: Critical Interpretations, Robert Pippin and Andrew Feenberg, editors (Bergin Press, 1986); translated in Mexican journal Prometeo, 1987.

"Public Access Television: Alternative Views," Radical Science Journal 16, Making Waves (London: 1985), 79-92. Other versions of this article have been published by Humanity and Society (Winter 1985), and in Dollars & Traume (Berlin, Fall 1985).

"Bourgeois Morality Tale: Terms of Endearment" Jump Cut 30 (1985), 10-12.

Introduction to new paperback edition, Herbert Marcuse, Soviet Marxism (New York: Columbia University Press, 1985), vii-xviii.

"Critical Theory, Max Weber, and the Dialectics of Domination," in Robert J. Antonio and Ronald M. Glassman, editors, A Weber-Marx Dialogue (Lawrence : University Press of Kansas, 1985), 89-116.

Essays on Ernst Bloch, Karl Korsch, Wilhelm Worringer, and Che Guevera for Thinkers of the Twentieth Century, edited by George Walsh, et. al. (London and Chicago: St. James Press, 1985), 69-71, 225-226, 299-301, 628-629.

"Critical Theory, Mass Communications, and Popular Culture," Telos 62 (Winter 1984/85), 196-206.

(with Flo Leibowitz and Michael Ryan) "BLADE RUNNER--A Diagnostic Critique," Jump Cut (1984), 6-8.

"Authenticity and Heidegger's Challenge to Ethical Theory," in Thinking About Being: Aspects of Heidegger's Thought, edited by Robert W. Shahan and J.N. Mohanty (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1984), 159-176.

(with Robert Solomon): "Recent Literature on Hegel and Marx," Modern Trends in Philosophey, Kasher and Lappin, editors, (Tel-Aviv: Yachdav, 1983, and New Jersey: Humanities Press, 1984):

"Critical Theory, Commodities, and the Consumer Society," Theory, Culture, and Society, Vol. 1, No. 3 (1983), pp. 66-84.

"Fear and Trembling in the Age of Reagan: Notes on Poltergeist," Socialist Review, No. 54 (1983), 121-134. Translated in Mexican journal Nexos.

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"Science and Method in Marx's Capital," Radical Science Journal 13 (1983), 39-54.

"Introduction to Ernst Bloch, 'The Dialectical Method'", Man and World, 16 (1983), 281-284.

"Karl Korsch and Marxism," in Continuity and Change in Marxism, edted by N. Georgopoulos, Humanities Press, 1982, pp. 232-247.

"Television Myth and Ritual," Praxis 6 (1982), 133-155.

"Kulturindustrie und Massenkommunikation. Die Kritische Theorie und ihre Folgen," in Wolfgang Bonss and Axel Honneth, editors, Sozialforschung als Kritik (Frankfurt: Suhrkamp, 1982), 482-514.

(with Rick Roderick) "Social Practice as Explanandum: McCarthy on Habermas," Man and World 15 (1982) 141-170.

"Brecht's Marxist Aesthetic: The Korsch Connection," in Betty Weber and Herbert Heinin, editors, Bertolt Brecht: Political theory and Literary Practice (Athens, Ga: University of Georgia Press, 1981), 29-42.

"Network Television and American Society: Introduction to a Critical Theory of Television," Theory and Society, Vol. 10, Nr. 1 (Jan-Febr 1981), 31-62; reprinted in Mass Communication Review Yearbook, Vol. 2, Sage Publications, 1982.

"Remarks on Alvin Gouldner's The Two Marxisms," Theory and Society, Vol. 10, No. 2 (March-April 1981, 265-277.

"A Bibliographical Note on Ideology and Cultural Studies," Praxis 5, 1981, 84-88.

"Marxism, Morality, and Ideology," Canadian Journal of Philosophy, Supplementary Volume, VII, 1981, 93-120.

(with Rick Roderick) "Recent Literature on Critical Theory," New German Critique 23, Spring/Summer 1981, 141-170.

"Television Research and the Fair Use of Media Images," Fair Use and Free Inquiry: Copyright Law and the New Media, edited by John Lawrence and Bernard Timberg. Norwood, N.J.: Ablex Communications and Information Sciences Press, 1980, 92-108; second edition (revised version) 1989, 146-164.

"Television Images, Codes, and Messages," Televisions, Vol. 7, No. 4 (1980), 2-19.

"TV, Ideology and Emancipatory Popular Culture," Socialist Review 45 (May-June 1979), 13-53. Republished in Technology and Human Affairs (Mosby 1981) and Television: The Critical View (Oxford 1983); translated in Dollar und Traume 3 (1983), 32-54.

"Toward Emancipatory Popular Culture and Media Politics," Cultural Correspondence 9 (Spring 1979), 52-53.

"Critical Theory, Democracy, and Human Rights," New Political Science, Vol. 1, Nr. 1 (Spring 1979), 12-18.

"In Remembrance of Herbert Marcuse, 1898-1979," Socialist Review 47 (Sept-Oct 1979), 131-133.

"Ideology, Marxism, and Advanced Capitalism," Socialist Review 42 (Nov-Dec 1978), 37-65.M

"Television Socialization," Mass Media/Adult Education 46 (Fall/Winter 1977-78), 3-20.

"Capitalism and Human Nature in Adam Smith and Karl Marx," in Jesse Schwartz, ed, The Subtle Anatomy of Capitalism (Santa Monica, Cal.: Goodyear Publishing Company, 1977), 66-86.

(with Harry O'Hara), "Utopia and Marxism in Ernst Bloch," (New German Critique) 9 (Fall 1976), 11-34.

"Adorno's Social Theory," Radical Philosophers Newsjournal 5 (Winter 1976), 40-43.

"Korsch's Revolutionary Historicism," Telos 26 (Winter 1975-76), 70-93.

"The Latest Sartre: Reflections on On a raison de se revolter," Telos 22 (Winter 1974-5), 188-201.

"The Frankfurt School Revisted: A Critique of Martin Jay's The Dialectical Imagination," New German Critique 4 (Winter 1974), 131-152.

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Paul Virilio, Open Sky (London: Verso, 1997 [1995]); Philosophy and Film, 1999 (electronic publication).

Andrew Feenberg, Alternative Modernity. The Technical Turn in Philosophy and Social Theory and, editor, Technology and the Politics of Knowledge, Philosophy in Review, Volume XVIII, No. 2 (April 1998): 96-101.

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David Lyon and Elia Zureik, editors, Computers, Surveillance and Privacy, Contemporary Sociology, 1997: 1123-1126.

Alaine Touraine, What is Democracy?, Contemporary Sociology, 1998.

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Deborah Cook, The Culture Industry Revisited, Journal of Communication (Summer 1997): 145-148.

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Rolf Wiggershaus, The Frankfurt School, American Journal of Sociology, 100: 5 (March 1995), 1369-1371.

David Macey, The Lives of Michel Foucault, In These Times, June 17, 1994, 18-19.

Hamid Mowlana, George Gerbner, and Herbert I. Schiller, editors, Triumph of the Image, Armed Forces and Society, 1994,

Peter Arnett, Dispatches from the Front, Journalism Quarterly, 1994,

Jean Baudrillard, The Transparency of Evil: Essays on Extreme Phenomena, The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 52: 4 (Fall 1994), 487-488.

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Bruce Cumings, War and Television, Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars, Vol. 25, Nr. 2 (1993), 50-53.

Norman Schwarzkopf, It Doesn't Take A Hero. Z Magazine (April 1993), 66-69.

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Jeffrey Goldfarb, The Cynical Society, American Political Science Review, June 1992, 9572.

John Thompson, Ideology and Modern Culture, American Journal of Sociology, 1991: 1184-1186.

Jurgen Habermas, The New Conservativism and Moral Consciousness and Communicative Action, Contemporary Sociology, 1991: 278-279.

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Michael Reel, Super Media, Journalism Quarterly (1990):

(with Steve Best), Paul Buhle, Marxism in the United States, Theory, Culture & Society, Vol. VI (1989), 476-481.

Michael Schrivener, Imaginary Relations, Journal of Aesthetics (1989), 390-392.

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(with Judith Burton) Ronald Aronson, Dialectics of Disaster, Theory and Society Fall 1984, 200-203.

Stuart and Elizabeth Ewen, Channels of Desir, Theory and Society, Vol. 12, Nr. 3 (1983): 426-431.

Barry Katz, Herbert Marcuse and the Art of Liberation, Telos 56 (Summer 1983).

Alan Hunt, editor, Marxism and Democracy, Canadian Philosophical Reviews, Vol. 2, Nr 6 (1983): 276-279.

Morton Schoolman, The Imaginary Witness, New German Critique 26 (1982): 185-201.

Stuart Hall, et al, Culture, Media, Language, Theory, Culture and Society, Vol. 1, Nr 2 (1982): 136-142.

(with Stuart Hersh) Ben Stein, The View from Sunset Boulevard, in Journal of Communication, Vol. 30, Nr. 2 (Spring 1980): 220-222.

The Glasgow University Media Group, Bad News, Contemporary Sociology, Vol. 9, Nr. 4 (July 1980): 554-546.

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