1. Contributors

        Bülent Diken

        social theorist, Lancaster

      1. Bülent Diken teaches social and cultural theory at the Department of Sociology, Lancaster University, Lancaster. He studied urban planning at the Aarhus School of Architecture, Aarhus, and previously taught at the Institute of Geography, Roskilde University, Roskilde. Diken’s research interests include social theory, post-structuralism, political philosophy, urban sociology, and immigration and he is currently working on two book projects: Revolt, Revolution, Critique: The Paradox of Society and The Sociology of Terrorism. Recent publications include: Nihilism (2009); and Strangers, Ambivalence and Social Theory (1998). Together with Carsten Bagge Lausten he has authored the books Sociology Through the Projector (2007); The Culture of Exception: Sociology Facing the Camp (2005); and I Terrorens Skygge (2004). Diken lives and works in Lancaster. [Last updated 2010]