Nicholas Heron


Recently completed his PhD in the School of Culture and Communication at the University of Melbourne. He is the editor, together with Justin Clemens and Alex Murray, of The Work of Giorgio Agamben: Law, Literature, Life (Edinburgh, 2008), and the author of several articles and translations that have appeared in journals such as Angelaki and Theory and Event. He is currently preparing a book manuscript, under the provisional title Liturgical Power, which seeks to examine and extend the theoretical displacement that Giorgio Agamben’s most recent investigations have effected with respect to the prevailing discourse regarding political theology.

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