Series: Routledge Critical Thinkers

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Antonio Gramsci (Routledge Critical Thinkers) by Steven J. Jones
Cyberculture Theorists (Routledge Critical Thinkers) by David Bell
Edward Said by Bill Ashcroft
Feminist Film Theorists by Shohini Chaudhuri
Fredric Jameson (Routledge Critical Thinkers) by Adam Roberts
Friedrich Nietzsche (Routledge Critical Thinkers) by Lee Spinks
Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak (Routledge Critical Thinkers) by Stephen Morton
Gilles Deleuze by Claire Colebrook
Hannah Arendt (Routledge Critical Thinkers) by Simon Swift
Homi K. Bhabha (Routledge Critical Thinkers) by David Huddart
Jacques Derrida by Nicholas Royle
Jacques Lacan by Sean Homer
Jean Baudrillard by Richard J. Lane
Jean-François Lyotard by Simon Malpas
Jean-Paul Sartre (Routledge Critical Thinkers) by Christine Daigle
Judith Butler by Sara Salih
Julia Kristeva (Routledge Critical Thinkers) by Noelle Mcafee
Louis Althusser (Routledge Critical Thinkers) by Luke Ferretter
Martin Heidegger by Timothy Clark
Maurice Blanchot (Routledge Critical Thinkers) by Ullrich Haase
Michel Foucault by Sara Mills
Paul de Man (Routledge Critical Thinkers) by Martin McQuillian
Paul Ricoeur by Karl Simms
Roland Barthes by Graham Allen
Sigmund Freud by Pamela Thurschwell
Simone de Beauvoir (Routledge Critical Thinkers) by Ursula Tidd
Slavoj Zizek by Tony Myers
Stuart Hall (Routledge Critical Thinkers) by James Procter
Theodor Adorno by Ross Wilson
Theorists of the Modernist Novel: James Joyce, Dorothy Richardson and Virginia Woolf by Deborah Parsons

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