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Daniel Tutt

Daniel Tutt


Daniel Tutt

The author is a philosopher, filmmaker and adjunct professor at Marymount University. His research and writing is concerned with Marxism and post-Marxist thought, contemporary social and political movements, political Islam, Islamophobia, Islamic philosophy and the philosophy of history. His forthcoming book is entitled "Unstable Formations: Political Community in Badiou, Nancy, Laclau and Zizek" and his writing has been published in Philosophy Now, the Washington Post, and Crisis and Critique, among other publications. Follow him at @danieltutt and www.danieltutt.com.



ARTICLES BY DANIEL TUTT


Making Islam Relevant

Making Islam Relevant

What does Islam say about nuclear weapons, global warming or online dating? Does Islam have a ready-made answer to the m
Islamophobia and the Coming Trump Era

Islamophobia and the Coming Trump Era

Of all the potential catastrophes awaiting us in the coming Trump era—from the rescinding of the Paris Accords on
The Saturation of Islamophobia Activism

The Saturation of Islamophobia Activism

Islamophobia activism has done more to unite American Muslim activism under a common umbrella than perhaps any other soc