NPR / WBFO Interview On “Wonder Women” (Power, Fantasy, and the 2018 Elections)

Conducted by Avery Schneider (Nov. 8, 2018) Avery Schneider: What did you think when you saw the signs around the city of Buffalo? [The signs referred to read: “Diana Prince [Wonder Woman]: Willing to Fight for Those Who Cannot Fight for Themselves — Paid for by the Amazons to elect Wonder Women.”] Matthew H. Bowker: [...]

Interview on the Stigmatisation of Solitude (Elle Magazine, UK)

Interview for Elle (UK) Conducted by Otegha Uwagba, Founder of Women Who and Sunday Times Bestselling Author  Otegha Uwagba: Why do we as a society fear and stigmatise solitude – and especially so when it comes to women? Matthew H. Bowker: This is a great question, and there are several (overlapping) answers to it. 1. Solitude can [...]

Now Available: A Dangerous Place to Be: Identity, Conflict, and Trauma in Higher Education (with David P. Levine, Routledge, 2018)

My book with David P. Levine, entitled, A Dangerous Place to Be: Identity, Conflict, and Trauma in Higher Education, has been published by Routledge as of March of 2018. In it, we investigate recent conflictual events on college and university campuses, including protests directed at university leaders deemed victimizers, debates over the inclusion of “trigger warnings” on [...]

Special Issue of the Journal of Psychosocial Studies

I am guest editing, with David W. McIvor, a special issue of the Journal of Psycho-Social Studies on the American tradition of psycho-social theory, more commonly known in the US as psychoanalytic political theory. The issue will feature contributions from some of the world's leading experts in psycho-social studies, including C. Fred Alford, Kurt Jacobsen, [...]

Book Series in Psychoanalytic Political Theory: Call for Proposals and Manuscripts

Routledge's new Psychoanalytic Political Theory book series will publish the highest quality scholarship at the intersection of psychoanalysis and political theory. We are particularly interested in works that advance both political and psychoanalytic theory, while remaining accessible to scholarly audiences of diverse backgrounds. The series welcomes contributions from all areas of political theory (ancient/classical, contemporary, [...]