Dictionary of Critical Theory 2e Companion Website: internet links
Here is a list of recommended web links, arranged alphabetically by the relevant dictionary entries, plus several appendix web links at the beginning of the list:
A range of links to film theory and review websites.
A listing of theorists and a brief overview of their work. It has a list of other helpful URLS.
The Stanford Encyclopaedia of Philosophy is a comprehensive and academically rigorous website of philosophical terms and an excellent site for biographical details of major philosophers.
A peer-reviewed Internet encyclopaedia of philosophy.
A variety of resources about philosophy, politics, and the human condition. This link no longer works and we are unable to find a suitable alternative.
A dictionary of terms, overviews of the major figures, and a survey of major western philosophical developments.
A popular culture website that explores the relationships between media and identities.
Theatre Studies and Theory
Biographical details of theatre figures as well as a range of theatre resources sorted chronologically and alphabetically.
A comprehensive overview of Agamben’s work and references and further reading.
Links to online resources relating to Jean Baudrillard’s biography and his work.
Translations of COBRA manifestos.
A collection of resources, based in the Frankfurt School of thought, from many contemporary writers of and about critical theory, as well as links to other websites.
Articles and extensive links to academic resources. This link no longer works and we are unable to find a suitable alternative.
A site providing definitions and biographical overviews of notable Dada artists together with examples of artwork.
An excellent resource, which contains transcriptions in English of Gilles Deleuze’s lectures and interviews as well as links to ongoing research in the field.
An excellent resource, but in French. It contains original recordings and video of Gilles Deleuze’s lectures.
A basic introduction to existentialism
Biographical information, as well as information on Sigmund Freud’s ideas, theories, and his psychoanalytical approach. The site also contains an extensive bibliography and other resources regarding Freud.
An overview of a number of semioticians including Algirdas Greimas.
An extensive set of resources regarding Georg Hegel’s biography, work, and articles.
An exhaustive range of resources and information about Marxism which can be searched by subject, author or history.
A Socialist Party website that provides an overview of Marxism.
The website of the Friedrich Nietzsche Society which includes links to resources and discussion boards.
A brief overview of the Surrealist movement, and short biographies of famous Surrealists.
A history of Surrealism, and Surreal art, as well as information about famous Surrealists.
The website of the Centre for Studies of Surrealism and its Legacies, which comprises the Universities of Essex, Manchester, and Tate.
A site detailing regular updates of Slavoj Žižek’s frequent publications and speaking appearances.
Please find below the web links from the previous edition of this Dictionary. Please note that archived links are no longer updated.