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Dr. Glyn Daly

  • Job title: Associate Professor (Sociology)
  • Department: Economics, Intl Relations & Development

Teaching

Undergraduate

Award Leader: Politics

Postgraduate

MA International Relations - Module Co-ordinator

PhD

Several successful completions. Dr Daly is currently a Director of Studies for a PhD on Asian Political Identities. He is particularly interested in supervising topics in the following areas:

  • Political philosophy and theory (including international relations theory)
  • International Political Economy
  • Global ideologies and political identities
  • The role of fantasy in political discourse
  • The question of Otherness

Research

Dr Daly's research engages with:

  • political philosophy
  • political theory
  • continental thought
  • international political economy
  • the functioning of ideology
  • the nature and specificity of the political

Publications

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2014

  1. Daly, G. (2014) No century for old philosophy. International Journal of Zizek Studies. 8(1), pp. 1-6. 1751-8229.
  2. Daly, G. (2014) The Quantum infinite: correlationalism, contingency and necessity. International Journal of Zizek Studies. 8(1), pp. 1-24. 1751-8229.

2013

  1. Daly, G. (2013) International relations and the political economy of truth: choosing another fate. Keynote presented to: Theoretical Perspectives in International Relations, The University of Northampton, 16 April 2013.

2012

  1. Daly, G. (2012) The Terror of Zizek. Revue Internationale de Philosophie. 66(261), pp. 359-379. 0048-8143.

2011

  1. Daly, G. (2011) Les avatars du Communisme. In: Badiou, A. and Zizek, S. (eds.) L'idée du Communisme, II: Conférence de Berlin, 2010. Paris: Lignes. 9782355260742. pp. 23-54.

2010

  1. Daly, G. (2010) Causes for concern: Zizek's politics of loving terror. International Journal of Žižek Studies. 4(2), pp. 1-23. 1751-8229.

2009

  1. Daly, G. (2009) Politics of the political: psychoanalytic theory and the Left(s). Journal of Political Ideologies. 14(3), pp. 279-300. 1356-9317.
  2. Daly, G. (2009) The shrugging of Atlas: capitalism's new reformation. Invited Keynote presented to: Political Economy: Financialisation and Discourse Theory, University of Cardiff, Wales, 27-28 May 2009. (Unpublished)

2008

  1. Daly, G. (2008) Ology schmology: a post-structuralist approach. Politics. 28(1), pp. 57-60. 0263-3957.

2007

  1. Daly, G. (2007) Be impossible, demand the realistic! Invited Presentation presented to: Ethics and Politics of the Real in Organization, Centre for Philosophy and Political Economy, University of Leicester, 21 September 2007. (Unpublished)
  2. Daly, G. (2007) Hegemony and capital. Invited Presentation presented to: Rethinking Labour: Capital Relations: Class, Discourse, Hegemony Conference, Warwick Business School, University of Warwick, 9 July 2007. (Unpublished)
  3. Daly, G., Žižek, S. and Badiou, A. (2007) Psychopolitics: beyond the suture. Invited Presentation presented to: Materialism Today Conference, Birkbeck University, London , 22-23 June 2007. (Unpublished)
  4. Daly, G. (2007) The materialism of spirit - Žižek and the logics of the political. International Journal of Žižek Studies. 1(4) 1751-8229.

2006

  1. Daly, G. (2006) Politik und das unmögliche: Jenseits von psychoanlyse und dekonstruktion. In: Flatz, C. and Felgitsch, S. (eds.) Dimensionen einer Neuen Kultur des Politischen. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag fur Sozialwissenschaften. pp. 108-135.

2004

  1. Žižek, S. and Daly, G. (2004) Conversations with Žižek. Cambridge: Polity Press. 0745628974.
  2. Daly, G. (2004) Radical(ly) political economy: Luhmann, postmarxism and globalization. Review of International Political Economy. 11(1), pp. 1-32. 1466-4526.
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