- Senior Lecturer
Academic Division: Arts & Humanities
- Ph D, Purdue University
- MA, New School for Social Research
- BA, University of Colorado, Boulder
Academic Interests19th and 20th century continental philosophy, metaphysics, political theory, feminist philosophy, German idealism, aesthetic and cultural theory
- Bankston, S. (2015). "Difference, Repetition, and the N[on(e)-All]: The Parallactic Mirror of iek and Deleuze”. Vol: 9, Issue: 2, Page: 22. The International Journal of iek Studies. link
- Bankston, S. (2017). Deleuze and Becoming. Page: 220. Bloomsbury Publications .
- Bankston, S. (2016). “To Have Done with the Judgment of ‘Reason’: Deleuze’s Aesthetic Ontology” : Deleuze and the Passions. Page: 41-59. Punctum Books.
- Bankston, S. (2015). "Becoming-Ambiguous: Simone de Beauvoir, Gilles Deleuze, and the Future of the Humanities" : Simone de Beauvoir--A Humanist Thinker. Page: 93-111. Brill.
- Bankston, S. (2016). Translation of Frédéric Gros’ “Deleuze’s Foucault: A Metaphysical Fiction” : Between Deleuze and Foucault. Page: 128-139. Edinburgh University Press.
- Bankston, S. (2015). Translation of Frédéric Gros’ “Is There a Biopolitical Subject?” : Biopower: Foucault and Beyond. Page: 259-274. University of Chicago Press.