Kristin Lawler is Professor of Sociology at the College of Mount Saint Vincent in New York City. She is author of The American Surfer: Radical Culture and Capitalism (Routledge, 2011) and her newest essays are “Labor’s Will to Power: Nietzsche, American Syndicalism, and the Politics of Liberation” in Brill’s 2019 volume Nietzsche and Critical Social Theory edited by Mike Roberts and Christine Payne, and “Radical America: The Long 1930s and the Politics of Storytelling” in Palgrave’s 2020 collection Back to the 30s? Recurring Crises of Capitalism, Liberalism, and Democracy, edited by J. Rayner, S. Falls, G. Souvlis, and T. Nelms. She is also a contributing member of the editorial collective of Situations: Project of the Radical Imagination.
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