Rowman and Littlefield International

New Heidegger Research

Series edited by Gregory Fried and Richard Polt

The goal of the New Heidegger Research series is to promote informed and critical dialogue that breaks new philosophical ground by taking into account the full range of Heidegger’s thought, as well as the enduring questions raised by his work. The series includes monographs and anthologies that come to grips with Heidegger’s thought or draw inspiration from it, as well as English translations of newly available and un-translated texts by Heidegger himself.

While insisting on rigorous textual scholarship, the series gives pride of place to work that does not limit itself to explaining Heidegger, but moves Heideggerian questions in new directions and opens new lines of research in dialogue with his thought.

The series welcomes proposals for monographs and well-curated edited collections that pioneer new directions of inquiry.

Editorial Review Board

Babette Babich (Fordham University)

Miguel de Beistegui (University of Warwick)

Robert Bernasconi (Penn State University)

Lee Braver (University of South Florida)

Scott M. Campbell (Nazareth College)

Richard Capobianco (Stonehill College)

Simon Critchley (New School)

Steven Crowell (Rice University)

Daniel Dahlstrom (Boston University)

Bret W. Davis (Loyola University Maryland)

Alfred Denker (Martin-Heidegger-Archiv, Messkirch)

Trish Glazebrook (Washington State University)

Charles Guignon (University of South Florida, emeritus)

Peter E. Gordon (Harvard University)

Lawrence Hatab (Old Dominion University, emeritus)

Marion Heinz (Universität Siegen)

Drew Hyland (Trinity College)

Julia Ireland (Whitman College)

Theodore Kisiel (Northern Illinois University, emeritus)

David Kleinberg-Levin (Northwestern University, emeritus)

John McCumber (UCLA)

William McNeill (DePaul University)

Andrew Mitchell (Emory University)

Eric Sean Nelson (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)

David Pettigrew (Southern Connecticut State University)

François Raffoul (Louisiana State University)

Robert Scharff (University of New Hampshire, emeritus)

Dennis Schmidt (University of Western Sydney)

Thomas Sheehan (Stanford University)

Iain Thomson (University of New Mexico)

Daniela Vallega-Neu (University of Oregon)

Mark Wrathall (Oxford University)

Holger Zaborowski (Philosophisch-Theologische Hochschule Vallendar)