Michael J. Kelly is Visiting Assistant Professor in Comparative Literature at Binghamton University (SUNY). He is an interdisciplinary scholar who specializes in Continental Thought, Historical Theory, and the pre-Modern History of the Mediterranean. Michael received his Ph.D. in History from the University of Leeds, where he was twice awarded the annual extraordinary research prize. Michael is Director of the international, open-access project Networks and Neighbours, co-Editor, with Dolores Castro, of the Visigothic Symposia and co-Editor, with Paulo Pachá, of Capitalism’s Past. He has published articles and books in philosophy, literary theory and history, including, with Arthur Rose, Theories of History: History Read Across the Humanities (New York & London: Bloomsbury, 2018).
- Social and Intellectual Networking in the Early Middle Ages
- Vera Lex Historiae? Constructions of Truth in Medieval Historical Narrative
- Urban Interactions: Communication and Competition in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages
- The Imagery of Interior Spaces
- Badiou Studies 5: Architheater
- Badiou Studies 3: On Ethics