Professor Lambert’s published works cover a wide range of disciplines and topics, including: the history of literary criticism and theory, contemporary continental philosophy, philosophy of religion, and issues in the general Humanities, and contemporary academic institutions. To date he has published fifteen books and critical editions, and more than eighty articles in peer reviewed journals in several different fields, encyclopedias, textbooks and collected volumes; his published writings have appeared in Chinese, French, Korean, Japanese, Norwegian, Czech and other languages. Professor Lambert is internationally renowned for his scholarship on comparative baroque and neo-baroque culture, contemporary issues in critical theory and the academic Humanities, and 20th century continental philosophy, and especially for his writings on the late contemporary French philosophers Gilles Deleuze and Jacques Derrida. 

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