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Samuel Chambers

Associate Professor

Areas of Interest: Political Theory, Cultural Politics

The Johns Hopkins University
Department of Political Science
280 Mergenthaler
3400 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218

Telephone: (410) 516-7948

Office Hours: Monday, 1-3pm


Curriculum Vitae

Recent Publications:


Bearing Society in Mind: Theories and Politics of the Social Formation.
Under contract with Roman and Littlefield International, forthcoming in late 2014.

The Lessons of Rancière. New York: Oxford University Press, 2013.
Korean Translation, Greenbee Press, forthcoming 2014.



"Walter White is a Bad Teacher: Pedagogy, Partage, and Politics in Season 4 of Breaking Bad." Forthcoming Winter 2014, in Theory & Event

"Untimely Politics avant la lettre: The Temporality of Social Formations." Time and Society, Vol. 20, No. 2, 2011, pp. 199-225.



"Subjectivation, The Social, and a (Missing) Theory of the Social Formation: Judith Butler's 'Turn'." Forthcoming in Butler and Ethics, edited by Moya Lloyd, Edinburgh University Press.

"Translating Politics." Forthcoming in Jacques Rancière: Politics and Aesthetics, edited by Scott Durham and Dilip Gaonkar.

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