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About

K. Daniel Cho

Department of Education

Assistant Professor


Education

University of California, Los Angeles, Ph.D., Education, 2006
Pepperdine University, M.A., Education, 2000
University of California, Los Angeles, B.A.

Research and Teaching Interests
  • Psychoanalysis, Critical Theory
  • Continental Philosophy
  • Philosophy of Education
Publications
  • “When a chance came for everything to change”: Messianism and Wilderness in Kim Stanley Robinson’s Abrupt Climate Change Trilogy.” Criticism 52.3, Forthcoming.
  • “Tumults of Utopia: Repetition and Revolution in Kim Stanley Robinson’s Mars Trilogy.” Cultural Critique 75.1 (2010): 65-81.;
  • “Adorno on Education or, Can Critical Self-Reflection Prevent the Next Auschwitz?” Historical Materialism 17.1 (2009): 74-97.
  • “Curiosity according to Psychoanalysis: Blumenberg, Freud, and the Destiny of an Affect.” New German Critique 35. 2 104 (2008): 191-205.
  • “Wo es war: Psychoanalysis, Marxism, and Subjectivity.” Educational Philosophy and Theory 39.7 (2007): 703-719.;
  • “Home is where the Neurosis is: A Topography of the Spatial Unconscious in Late Capitalism” (with Lewis, T.). Cultural Critique 64.1 (2006): 69-91.
  • “Thantos and Civilization: Lacan, Marcuse, and the Death Drive.” Policy Futures in Education 4.1 (2006): 18-30.
  • “The Persistent Life of Oppression: The Unconscious, Power, and Subjectivity” (with Lewis, T.). Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education 36.3 (2006): 313-329.
  • “Teaching Abjection: A Response to the War on Terror.” Teaching Education 16.2 (2005): 103-115.
  • “Lessons of Love: Psychoanalysis and Teacher/Student Love.” Educational Theory 55.1 (2005): 79-95.
  • “Education and Event: Thinking Radical Pedagogy in an Era of Standardization” (with Lewis, T.). Simile: Studies in Media & Information Literacy Education 5.2: article number 62 (2005).
Personal Website
http://www.taskstream.com/ts/cho10/danielcho.html

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Roush Hall 447

DCho@otterbein.edu

614.823.1452