UO Alum Thomas Nail (PhD 2011) has accepted a tenure-track position of Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Denver specializing in European philosophy, political philosophy, environmental philosophy, and philosophy of migration. He is currently a Post-Doc and Director of Post-Doctoral Faculty in Migration and Diaspora at the University of Denver. The aim of his research is to apply the insights of recent European thought to contemporary political events. He will teach graduate and undergraduate level courses in his area of specialization at the University of Denver.
His first book, Returning to Revolution: Deleuze, Guattari, and Zapatismo, was published in August, 2012 with Edinburgh University Press and his next monograph titled The Figure of the Migrant is currently under contract with Stanford University Press. He is also currently editing a collection of essays with Daniel Smith and Nicolae Morar titled Between Deleuze and Foucault. His work has appeared in peer-reviewed journals such as Philosophy Today, Theory & Event, Parrhesia, Deleuze Studies, Foucault Studies, and elsewhere. A complete list of publications can be downloaded at: du.academia.edu/thomasnail