(1) Civilizing museums. How can museums and material culture contribute to the tasks of decolonization, disalienation, and decentering that inform contemporary struggles for transformative redress of the structural injustices that pervade national and international orders?
(2) Two concepts of alienation. What is alienation? How does the social theory of alienation as a diagnosis for a social condition relate to alienation as a cognitive-affective experience?
(3) Life is not fair - so what now? This is a short book project examining the question of how we can and should maintain an ethical orientation in the face of a world that is not fair.
New and forthcoming:
Book Review: On Borders: Territories, Legitimacy, and the Rights of Place, by Paulina Ochoa Espejo. Political Theory, Published on-line 29 May 2021.
“Reconciliation as Non-Alienation: The Politics of Being at Home in the World,” in Reconciliation and Repair: Mending Frayed Civic Bonds, Nomos LXIII (Yearbook of the American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy), eds. Melissa Schwartzberg and Eric Beerbohm (New York: New York University Press, forthcoming).