Engaging Minds, Transforming Lives



Fall 2015

  • Associate Professor of Philosophy Michael Bray’s article, “Rearticulating Contemporary Populism: Class, State, and Neoliberal Society” appears in the most recent issue of the journal “Historical Materialism” (23:3). Bray will present a paper, “What if ‘the Party’ is Populist? - Thoughts on Parliamentary Cretinism and Socialist Strategy,” at the Historical Materialism conference in London in November. 

Spring 2015

  • Phil Hopkins, professor of philosophy, published a book, “Mass Moralizing: Marketing and Moral Storytelling,” with Lexington Books (an academic imprint of Rowman & Littlefield) in March.