Ali Kashani

Lecturer Faculty
Political Philosophy, Ethics
Location: Humanities Building Room 444

Ali Kashani holds a Ph.D. in philosophy. He teaches courses in the19th and 21st-century continental philosophy, ethics, political theory, social and political thought, critical theory, post-structuralism, anarchism, and feminist theory.

He is the author of Radical Generosity: Resisting Xenophobia, Considering Cosmopolitanism, (Lexington Books, 2019), and ‘Media and Ethics: The Public Sphere, Truth-Telling, and Practice of Freedom’ in a volume entitled Lost in Media: Ethics of Everyday Life, (Peter Lang Publishing, 2013). He is working on two book projects entitled, Critical Resistance: In the Time of Crisis, and Social Control: Power, Truth, Specters of Democracy.

Recent Presentations

"Anarchy and the Art of Critical Resistance." PACT 2021: Anarchy. Volcanoes National Park, Hawai'i, September 2021.

Eleven Theses on Strike. 15th Global Labour University Conference LIVESTREAM 15th GLU Conference, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Germany, April 4th, 2022.