Gene Holland

I am a professor of Comparative Studies at the Ohio State University, trying to forge links between activism and the academy.

I am also a Deleuze & Guattari aficionado, with a book out on Anti-Oedipus, another one forthcoming on A Thousand Plateaus, and a recent book of political theory on Nomad Citizenship (Minnesota, 2012).

This semester, Brian Rotman and I are co-teaching a graduate seminar on “Occupy, Multitude, Anarchism,” some of whose readings overlap with those of the University of Washington Reading Group.  Here are an early description MAOfinal and a preliminary reading list MAO reading schedule for the seminar.

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