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Bruno Bosteels

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Name  Bruno Bosteels


Education  University of Pennsylvania
Books  The Actuality of Communism, Marx and Freud in Latin Am, Badiou and Politics

Marx and Latin America Revisited - Bruno Bosteels | The New School for Social Research



Bruno Bosteels ([ˈbɔsteːls]; born 1967, Leuven, Belgium) is a literary critic, a translator, and Professor of Romance Studies at Cornell University. He served until 2010 as the General Editor of diacritics. Bosteels is best known to the English-speaking world for his work on Latin American literature and culture and his translations of the work of Alain Badiou (a well-known French philosopher and militant). Theory of the Subject appeared in 2009, Bosteels' translation of Badiou's Théorie du sujet (originally published in France in 1982).

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Bosteels has research interests spanning contemporary philosophy, literary criticism, political and critical theory, and has published over 100 articles in French, Spanish and English.

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