And I am now busily working away at them, but meanwhile a cover also arrived:
It weighs in at a shade under 370 pages – big Brill pages too, which are a shit to proof. Publication is listed for end of October. The Table of Contents is as follows (collection of pictures back here):
Chapter 1. The Superstitions of Max Horkheimer
Chapter 2: The Dissent of E.P. Thompson
Chapter 3: The Zeal of G.E.M. de Ste. Croix
Chapter 4: The Alchemy of Michael Löwy
Chapter 5. The Myths of Roland Barthes
Chapter 6: The Flights of Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari
Chapter 7: The Radical Homiletics of Antonio Negri
But you can order it for your library, toss away your inheritage, sell an ovary or testicle, ask a Chinese friend to copy it for you, or simply copy it yourself … until the paperback comes out from those reputable lefties at Haymarket Books. First I have to get the proofs done.
NB: Criticism of Theology is volume three of the Criticism of Heaven and Earth series.