Scott Wilson (academic)

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Scott Wilson (born 1962) is Professor in Media and Cultural Studies in the School of Humanities at Kingston University, London, and member of The London Graduate School.[1][2]

Wilson completed a PhD at the University of Wales, Cardiff, in 1991.

His research interests include Cultural and Critical Theory, particularly psychoanalysis and the legacy of Georges Bataille.[3]

Selected bibliography[edit]

  • Wilson, Scott (2008) Great Satan's rage: American negativity and rap/metal in the age of supercapitalism. Manchester, U.K.: Manchester University Press. 240 p. ISBN 9780719074639
  • Wilson, Scott (2008) The order of joy: beyond the cultural politics of enjoyment. Albany, U.S.: State University of New York Press. 188 p. (SUNY series in psychoanalysis and culture) ISBN 9780791474495
  • Botting, Fred and Wilson, Scott (2001) Bataille. Basingstoke, U.K.: Palgrave. 232 p. (Transitions) ISBN 0333914619
  • Botting, Fred and Wilson, Scott (2001) The Tarantinian ethics. London, U.K.: Sage. 186 p. ISBN 0761968377

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