Steven Miller

Steven Miller is Associate Professor of English and Director of the Center for Psychoanalysis and Culture at the University at Buffalo, SUNY. He is author of War After Death: On Violence and Its Limits and translator of books by Jean- Luc Nancy, Catherine Malabou, and Étienne Balibar.


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  1. In Praise of Risk

    In Praise of Risk

    Written by Anne Dufourmantelle, Translated by Steven Miller

    Fordham University Press

    This book, whose original French edition achieved worldwide attention when its author died trying to save two children caught in a riptide, challenges the psychic work the modern world devotes to avoiding risk. Weaving psychoanalytic... Learn More
    Published: 1st October 2019
    Hardback | £91.00
    Paperback | £24.99
    EPUB | £21.99
    PDF | £21.99
  2. Citizen Subject

    Citizen Subject

    Foundations for Philosophical Anthropology

    Written by Étienne Balibar, Translated by Steven Miller, Foreword by Emily Apter

    Series Commonalities

    Fordham University Press

    A collection of Essays over the last 20 years, exploring different dimensions (historical, political, philosophical, literary) of the philosophical debate on “subjecthood” and “subjectivity” in Modernity, as it was framed... Learn More
    Published: 1st November 2016
    Hardback | £103.00
    Paperback | £27.99
    PDF | £32.00
    EPUB | £32.00
  3. War after Death
    Reevaluates the role of war in politics and society based on an expanded definition of the violence that it entails, with special attention to the destruction of nonliving things such as dead bodies, cities, artworks, archives,... Learn More
    Published: 3rd March 2014
    Hardback | £70.00
    Paperback | £18.99
    EPUB | £22.00
    PDF | £22.00
  4. The New Wounded

    The New Wounded

    From Neurosis to Brain Damage

    Written by Catherine Malabou, Translated by Steven Miller

    Series Forms of Living

    Fordham University Press

    This book addresses the issue of trauma and psychic wounds to stage a confrontation between psychoanalysis and contemporary neurobiology. In so doing, it reevaluates the brain as an organ that is not separated from psychic life... Learn More
    Published: 1st May 2012
    Hardback | £87.00
    Paperback | £31.00