Professor of Literature
Michael Hardt's writings explore the new forms of domination in the contemporary world as well as the social movements and other forces of liberation that resist them. In the Empire trilogy -- Empire (2000), Multitude (2004), and Commonwealth(2009) -- he and Antonio Negri investigate the political, legal, economic, and social aspects of globalization. They also study the political and economic alternatives that could lead to a more democratic world. Their pamphlet Declaration (2012) attempts to articulate the significance of the encampments and occupations that began in 2011, from Tahrir Square to Zuccotti Park, and to recognize the primary challenges faced by emerging democratic social movements today.
- Ph.D., University of Washington 1990
- M.A., University of Washington 1986
- B.S., Swarthmore College 1983
Hardt, M. "La violence de la fraternité: hommage à Malcolm X." Futur antérieur 7 (1991): 20-22. (Introduction)
Hardt, M. "L’art de l’organisation: agencements ontologiques et agencements politiques chez Spinoza." Futur antérieur 7 (1991): 118-43. (Review)
Hardt, M. "What Is To Be Done, After Foucault." Papers in Romance 6.1 (1989): 34-50.
Hardt, M, Wiegman, R, and Lubiano, W. "In the Aftermath of the Duke Case." Social Text 25.4: 1-16.
Hardt, M, and Negri, A. "Adventures of the Multitude: Response of the Authors." Rethinking Marxism 13.3/4: 236-243. (Occasional Writing)