Wendy Brown

The End of Modernity Has Brought With It Great Cultural Confusion. The End of Confusion Requires Understanding Power.

Wendy L. Brown (born November 28, 1955) is the First Professor of Political Science at the University of California, Berkeley[1] where she is also affiliated with the Department of Rhetoric, and where she is a core faculty member in the Designated Emphasis in Critical Theory.[2] She has made major and far-reaching contributions to modern political theory, drawing on the work of Marx and Foucault to elaborate a distinctive theory of modern power. Her work on the divergent rationalities of neo-liberalism and neo-conservativism as well as her analysis of neo-liberalism in relation to the contemporary threats to public education have established her as a major public intellectual of our time.

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