Richard E. Joines, Instructor, received a Ph.D. in English from the University of Florida. His primary research centers on Ralph Waldo Emerson and a Platonist tradition of political philosophers and moral essayists that includes Seneca, Plutarch, and Montaigne. Other research interests include modern and contemporary American fiction and poetry, ancient philosophy, the Japanese zuihitsu tradition, politics, and ancient rhetoric.
"Emerson’s Proleptic Eloquence," Nineteenth-Century Prose 27:2 (2000): 79-99.
"Contretemps: Derrida's Ante & the Call of Marxist Political Philosophy," Cultural Logic 3:1&2 (1999) http://eserver.org/clogic/3-1&2/joines.html
"J. V. Cunningham," "Thom Gunn," and "Timothy Steele," in A Companion to 20th Century American Poetry, ed. Burt Kimmelman, Facts on File, Inc., forthcoming (2004).
Review of Nietzsche's Corps/e: Aesthetics, Politics, Prophecy, or, the Spectacular Technoculture of Everyday Life, by Geoff Waite, Rethinking Marxism 13:1 (2001): 111-15.
Poems: "Boxed Idiot Sun" and "Like Language," Animus
10 (2003): 7-8.
" Concrete" and "Senior’s Last Hour" in The Way We Work, ed. Peter Scheckner and Mary Boyes, forthcoming.
" Translation," Quarterly West 40 (1995): 200-202.
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