Demystifying Deleuze is a resource for students and scholars, offering straight-forward glossary entries explaining key terms used by the notoriously difficult to grasp but important French contemporary social theorist and philosopher Gilles Deleuze (and his long-term writing partner, Felix Guattari). The last decade has seen the introduction of and steady rise in popularity of pocket-sized academic reference books, particularly in the areas of philosophy and social theory. This glossary taps into the enthusiasm and need for such accessible guides that lay the groundwork for understanding.
The dictionary will be a peer-reviewed publication with Red Quill Books. We are near completion of the project, but are in need of 300-word definitions for the following terms.
If you wish to make a contribution, please send an email to Mickey Vallee, co-editor (firstname.lastname@example.org). You will then receive a definition sample to use as a guide. We are looking to submit to reviewers in mid-October, so the definitions would need to be completed promptly.
Thank you for any interest you have in the project!!!
Department of Sociology
University of Alberta
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