Scholarly Advice for Dark Times Professor Eugene Thacker teaches students at the New School the philosophy of pessimism. Some people look to the stock market to read the national mood. Eugene Thacker, a philosopher at the New School, can look to the enrollment numbers in
School of Media Studies Professor, Eugene Thacker was featured today in The New School News article “In the Dust of This Planet: Eugene Thacker Confronts the Unthinkable“.
Congratulations to Eugene Thacker on the success of An Ideal for Living. Here are some opinions on the new ‘anti-novel’: As today’s strategies of conceptual writing have become legitimized and clichéd, Thacker’s text reminds us of how radical and potent these gestures once were, treading
Faculty member Eugene Thacker’s co-edited anthology of essays, And They Were Two In One and One In Two, is now available from Schism press. The anthology collects essays on horror cinema, decapitation, and the body politic, from an event originally held at The New School. Contributors include
In celebration of a cornerstone of dark fantasy nearly thirty years in publication, Clive Barker’s novella CABAL has been rereleased by literary publisher Fiddleblack in a limited edition, uniquely “annotated” format. The book, a gorgeously designed hardcover with artwork by Barker himself, features new content
Eric Davis, host of the Expanding Mind segments on Progressive Radio Network, sat down with Eugene Thacker to talk about weird fiction, medieval mysticism, and other ground covered in In the Dust of this Planet: The Horror of Philosophy.