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- 2002: Amy Serrano, "From
Societal Subversives to Cultural Creatives: The Emerging and Integral
Voice of the Female Artist-Activist in the Documentation and Transformation
of a New Global Society," paper e-mailed to Harold Marcuse for
inclusion on this site.
- 2003: Frieder Otto Wolf, "Zur
Aktualität der Philosophie Herbert Marcuses," presentation
at the July 2003 Berlin conference on the occasion of the burial of
- 2004: Tim B. Müller: "Herbert Marcuse, die Frankfurter Schule und der Holocaust: Ein Beitrag zur zeitgenössischen Wahrnehmung der nationalsozialistischen Vernichtungspolitik," MA thesis, Heidelberg University, 2004), 137 pages; bibliography
- 2006: Doðan Barýþ Kýlýnç (Dogan Baris Kilinc),"Labor, Leisure and Freedom
in the Philosophies of Aristotle, Karl Marx and Herbert Marcuse," (Ankara, Turkey: Middle East Technical University, 2006), 106 pages.
Dissertation: Thesis for the degree of Master of Arts in the
Department of Philosophy.
(117 page PDF, in English)
- In September 2007 the author e-mailed:
I study on Herbert Marcuse for 4 years and my master thesis was
generally on Marcuse's thoughts. Also, I have prepared two papers on
Marcuse (they are published) and translated a writing of Marcuse
called "The Realm of Freedom and The Realm of Necessity: A
Reconsideration" to Turkish language.
I am sending you a copy of this translation in an attachment. It was
published in a philosophical journal "Felsefe Yazýn" in last month
(Felsefe Yazýn, 2007, 10, 40-43).
- Kilinc's Turkish translations of "End of Utopia" (1967) and "Realm of Freedom" (1969).
- 2007: Craig Whittall, Marcuse contra Marx: Revolutionary Strategy and the Role of the Proletariat in the Work of Herbert Marcuse, Independent Project submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree BA (Hons) Politics, in the Department of Politics and Philosophy, Manchester Metropolitan University, April 2007
(123 print pages)
- In August 2007 the author e-mailed:
"Dear Professor Marcuse,
I don't know if you recall our email exchange last year, my name is Craig Whittall, a politics student from Manchester, UK. I asked for your assistance in tracking down some sources, and greatly appreciated your response. I thought I would drop you a line to let you know that I have now graduated, at the top of my class, and am going on to masters and hopefully doctoral level with my research. I am continuing to study Herbert's work, at the moment I'm sketching out a project involving his early essay 'The Struggle Against Liberalism in the Totalitarian View of the State', which has already yielded some promising avenues of inquiry. I will be pursuing these studies at the University of Durham from September. I have attached here a copy of the dissertation, which you offered to consider putting onto the Marcuse website..."
- 2007: Tim B. Mueller, "A World Beyond Fear?
American Intelligence and Intellectual Politics in an Age of Anxiety, 1942-1970." draft version; 27 page pdf of paper presented at a conference at the Hamburger Institut fuer Sozialforschung.
- 2008: Alan Dobson, '"Be realistic, demand the impossible:" Alan Dobson examines the ideas of a thinker whose ideas were a major influence upon the student radicals of 1968.' (7 page pdf)
- 2008: Debora Neri, "La società unidimensionale e il suo superamento: Un confronto tra la posizione di Herbert Marcuse e quella di Jack Kerouac"
(Ph.D. thesis, Università degli studi G. d'Annunzio, 2008).
(as 71 page pdf; original was
- English translation of title: "One-Dimensional Society and Its Overcoming. A Comparison between Herbert Marcuse's and Jack Kerouac's Positions"
- Dr. Neri wrote this Ph.D. thesis at the Gabriele d'Annunzio University in central Italy (wikipedia page).
- 2009: Tim B. Mueller completed his dissertation at the Berlin Humboldt University: "Radikale, Krieger und Gelehrte:
Linksintellektuelle, amerikanische Geheimdienste und
im Kalten Krieg." It will be published by
Beck VerlagHamburger Edition. For now, you can read as pdfs the Table of Contents (3 page pdf), Einleitung (19 page pdf).
- 2009: Israelachvili, David B., Radical Psychoanalysis, Crticial Theory, and the Search for a Sane Society, the Fromm-Marcuse Debate Reconsidered (2009).