Mary Zournazi is a writer and philosopher who lives in Sydney and is currently employed at the University of New South Wales, following a number of years at the University of Wollongong (to 2008). She has a PhD in cultural theory, philosophy and politics. Her recent books include Foreign Dialogues (1998, Pluto Press Australia) and After the Revolution – On Kristeva (with John Lechte, 1998, Artspace), and with Lechte she is the co-editor of The Kristeva Critical Reader (Edinburgh Press). She also works as a radio producer. Foreign Dialogues was made into an eight-part radio series for Radio Eye, ABC Radio National, Australia. She has produced a radio feature based on material in Hope for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
Emotional Self-Management for Activists (with Christopher J. Barker and Brian Martin), Faculty of Arts - Papers (2008)
Blush-Faces of Shame, Faculty of Arts - Papers (2006)
A Reflection: 'kairos' or the foreignness of my tongue, Faculty of Arts - Papers (2005)
Hope, Passion, Politics, Faculty of Arts - Papers (2003)
Hope: will fear ever change?, Faculty of Arts - Papers (2005)
The Kristeva Critcal Reader (with J. Lethce), Faculty of Arts - Papers (2003)
After the Revolution - On Kristeva (with J. Letche), Faculty of Arts - Papers (1998)
Foreign Dialogues, Faculty of Arts - Papers (1998)
Contributions to Books
Keywords to War, Faculty of Arts - Papers (2007)
Russian playwright Anton Chekhov once noted that there are two types of political freedom: one...