- Ph.D., University of Birmingham, 1977
- B.A., University of Reading (England), 1972
(Ph.D. Birmingham, England, 1977) is Professor of Literature and Professor of Religion and Critical Theory. He trained initially as an analytical philosopher. His teaching areas include anglophone literatures outside England, philosophy (both analytical and continental), critical theory, marxism, state theory, and international political economy.
Recent Publications (More Publications)
Articles in a Journal
- Surin, K; Salaita, S. ""Marxism, without guarantees": What I learned from stuart hall." Cultural Critique 89 (January, 2015): 136-149.
- Surin, KJ. "Empire Ten Years After: Much Gratitude, Some Reservations." Theory and Event: an online journal of political theory (2015).
- Surin, KJ. "What I Learned from Stuart Hall." Cultural Critique (2015).
- Surin, KJ. "What Will It Take to Stop Israel? Truth and Justice." The Other Journal: an Intersection of Theology and Culture (August, 2014). [available here]
- Surin, KJ, Review Essay of Grant Farred’s In Motion, at Rest. Cultural Critique