Opening session of The Society for the Study of Biopolitical Futures (April 4-5, 2013) SU Humanities Center.
Videos from Common Ground for Peace, co-sponsored by the Perpetual Peace Project and hosted by SU Humanities Center
Video Lecture on Jacques Derrida as part of the Histories of Violence project directed by Brad Evans, Leeds, U.K. View
Syracuse University Magazine, Summer 2011: "Pursing Peace"
With Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange building as a backdrop, Gregg Lambert, Dean's Professor of Humanities, discusses the practice of peace in a documentary video for the Perpetual Peace Project. read more
"The War-Machine and a 'people who revolt" Theory & Event (Vol 13, issue 3 2010)
"Two Propositions on the Concept of Power in Foucault (MP3) U.C. Berkeley Conference on Media and Movement, November 2006 (pdf and audio):
Special issue on "The Future of Theory?" co-edited with Victor E. Taylor (York College) in JCRT 4-2 (2003). See archives.
Read review of Becoming Visionary: Brian de Palma's Cinematic Education of the Senses by Eyal Peretz, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews (2008.03.11)
Read "Against Religion without Religion" and John D. Caputo's Response, "Love Among the Deconstructables" in JCRT, 5-2 (2004).
Review of Who's Afraid of Deleuze and Guattari? by Claire Colebrook, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews (2008.03.13)
Review of Non-Philosophy of Gilles Deleuze by Matthew Hyland, META_MUTE (28 November, 2002).
Review of Non-Philosophy of Gilles Deleuze by Marcel Swiboda in The Year's Work in Critical and Cultural Theory 2004 12(1): 105-115.
Review of Deleuze and Space by Mark Bontha, Annals of Association of American Geographers (2007).
" John Guillory and that Obscure Object of English Desire ," Theorizing the Particular, Kelly Writer's House Forum, University of Pennsylvania , January 26th, 2000--anyone interested can listen to this audio file with Windows Media or Real-Player.
David Newheiser, “A Response to Gregg Lambert, Return Statements” Philosophy Today, vol. 62, issue 4 (Fall 2018): 1277-1282.
Jason Tuckwell, “Radical Skepsis and Perspectivism: On Return Statements,” Philosophy Today, vol. 62, issue 4 (Fall 2018): 1283-1292.
Matthew Wickman, “Why Return to the “Return to Religion”? Philosophy Today, vol. 62, issue 4 (Fall 2018): 1293-1302
Brendt Adkins, “The Idolatry of Friendship,” Research in Phenomenology, vol. 49, issue 1 (March 2019): 135-142.
Aiden Tynan, review of Philosophy After Friendship, Symploke, vol. 25, nos. 1-2, 573-574.
Patrick Ffrench, review of Philosophy After Friendship, French Studies, vol. 72., no. 1, January 2018, 152-153.
Colby Dickinson, review of Return Statements: Return of Religion in Contemporary Philosophy, NDPR, fall 2016.
Jodie Matthews, Book Review: Nancy Now, LSE Review of Books, 09 Feb 2015.
Darren Jorgensen, “In Search of a New Image of Thought: Gilles Deleuze and Philsophical Expressionism, Symploke, Volume 21, Numbers 1-2, 2013, pp. 403-404 (Review Article)
Choi, David. review of Who's Afraid of Deleuze and Guattari? (Korean edition) in Le Monde Diplomatique (Korea), Feb 2014.
Carlos Salzani, review of Kafka: A Minority Report, eds, Petre Kouba et al, Deleuze Studies, Volume 8, Issue 1, Page 141-147.
Helen Darby, review of Deleuze and the Schizoanalysis of Cinema, eds. Buchanan- MacCormak, Deleuze Studies. Volume 7, Issue 2, Page 290-297.
Mathias Schönher, "Friend as Conceptual Persona in Deleuze and Guattari," Rhizome 2.0 (Summer 2010)
Aiden Tynan, review of Who’s Afraid of Deleuze & Guattari? Symploke 16: 1-2 (2009), 329-331.
Marius Constanintou and Maria Margaroni, review of Who’s Afraid of Deleuze and Guattari? This Year’s Work in Critical and Cultural Theory, Vol. 16 (Oxford, June 2008).
Robert Sinnerbrink, review of “10 Propositions of Cinema and the Brain,” Pli: Warwick Journal of Philosophy (2008).
Claire Colebrook, review of Who’s Afraid of Deleuze and Guattari? Notre Dame Philosophical Review, 2008.03.13
Paul Hegarty, review of Deleuze and Space, French Studies Oct 2007, Vol. 61 Issue 4, p558-559.
David Reggio, “The Deleuzian Legacy,” History of the Human Sciences 20: 145 (2007).
Marius Constanintou and Maria Margaroni, review of Deleuze and Space (Buchanan and Lambert, eds.), This Year’s Work in Critical and Cultural Theory, Vol. 15 (Oxford, June 2007).
Arjun Saldhana, review of Deleuze and Space (Buchanan and Lambert, eds.), Theory & Event (Vol 4, no. 1, Jul;y 2007).
Guy Callan, review of Deleuze and Space (Buchanan and Lambert, eds.), Art Book (Vol. 14, no. 1, Feb. 2007).
Monika Kaup, review of Return of the Baroque, in Modernism/Modernity (Fall 2005).
Eric S. Rorabach, review of Return of the Baroque in EREA: Revue d’etudes anglophone(Vol. 3:2, Fall 2005).
Philip Derbyshire, review of Return of the Baroque, in Radical Philosophy (summer 2005).
Marcel Swiboda, “Immanence” (review of Non-Philosophy of Gilles Deleuze), This Year’s Work in Cultural and Critical Theory, Vol. 14 (Oxford, June 2005).
Matthew Wolf-Meyer, review of “Universal Hospitality” in Cities without Citizens (Slought, 2004), in Reconstruction (3:2, summer 2005).
Matthew Hyland. Review of The Non-Philosophy of Gilles Deleuze (Continuum 2002), Mute, issue 25, May 2003, pp. 120-122.
Mary Bryden. Review of The Non-Philosophy of Gilles Deleuze (Continuum 2002), New Formations, issue 49, May 2003.
Alan Nicholson. Review of The Non-Philosophy of Gilles Deleuze (Continuum 2002), Textual Practice (17)2, 2003.
Damian Sutton. Review of The Non-Philosophy of Gilles Deleuze (Continuum 2002), Centre for Visual Culture in Britain (Journal), Vol. 5/1, 2004.