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Dr Marcus Pound
I am an Senior Tutor and Associtae Professor of Contempoary Theoplogy. My interests are found at the intersection of theology and continental philosophy, in particular psychoanalysis in the tradition of Jacques Lacan. I currently teach an MA course: '20th Century Catholic Theologians' for the MA in Theology, pathway in Catholic Theology.
I have a number of current post-graduate research students working in areas including: ecumenism, negative hermeneutics, mental health services and faith communities, Leo Strauss, Methodist oversight, and I have supervised PhDs on ‘The Social Philosophy of Gillian Rose’, 'The Works of Mercy: Towards a liturgical politics of the everyday', 'The Theology of Work: Chenu and Cardijn', 'Negative Theology: Žižek and pseudo-Dionysius', 'Hegel and Millennarianism: toward a theology of liberation', 'Catholic Social Thought and the Red Tory', and 'Kierkegaard and the Ressourcement Movement'
- Andrew Brower-Latz
- Rabb Barbara Borts
- Josh Furnal
- Caroline Henthorne
- Benjamin Kautzer
- Patricia Kelly
- Thomas Lynch
- Marika Rose
Chapter in book
- Pound, M. (2019). Post-Secular Political Theology. In Wiley Blackwell Companion to Political Theology. Cavanaugh, William & Scott, Peter Wiley Blackwell.
- Pound, M (2018). Rose contra Girard: Kenotic Comedy and Social Theory (Or, Žižek as a Reader of Rose). In Misrecognitions: Gillian Rose and the Task of Political Theology. Davis, J. Eugene OR: Cascade Books. 232-249.
- Pound, M. (2014). By the Grace of Lacan. In Theology After Lacan. Davis, C., Pound, M. & Crockett, C. Eugene, OR: WIPF. 232-249.
- Pound, M. (2014). Theology. In The Zizek Dictionary. Butler, R. Routledge. 246-249.
- Pound, Marcus (2012). Eucharist is Drive. In The Poverty of Radical Orthodoxy. Isherwood, L. & Zlomislic, M. Oregon: WIPF and Stock Publishers. 213-235.
- Pound, Marcus. (2012). Postmodern Philosophy. In Theology and Philosophy. Crisp, O., D'Costa, G., Davies, M. & Hampson, P. London: Bloomsbury T&T Clark. 186-201.
- Pound, Marcus (2011). Lacan’s Return to Freud: A Case of Theological Ressourcement?. In Ressourcement: A Movement for Renewal in Twentieth-Century Catholic Theology. Flynn, G. & Murray, P. Oxford University Press. 440-456.
- Pound, Marcus (2007). Lacan, Metaphysics, and Belief. In Belief and Metaphysics. Chandler (Jr), Peter & Cunningham, Conor SCM. 413-425.
- Davis, C., Pound, M. & Crockett, C. (2015). Theology After Lacan. Eugene OR: Wipf and Stock.
- Pound, Marcus (2016). Baudrillard, Žižek, and the Seduction of Christ. International Journal of Žižek Studies 10(1): 24-43.
- Pound, Marcus (2015). Political Theology and Comedy: Žižek through Rose Tinted Glasses. Crisis and Critique 2(1): 171-191.
- Pound, Marcus (2014). Žižek contra Hyman. Syndicate Theology
- Pound, Marcus (2010). Žižek, Milbank, and the Broken Middle. The International Journal of Žižek Studies 4(4).
- Pound, Marcus (2010). Comic Subjectivity: Žižek and Zupančič’s Spiritual Work of Art. International Journal of Žižek Studies 4(4).
- Pound, Marcus (2009). Lacan and Girard: Sex and Non-Violence. Psychoanalytische Perspectieven 26(3-4): 287-302.
- Pound, Marcus (2008). The Assumption of Desire: Kierkegaard, Lacan, and the Trauma of the Eucharist. Journal for Cultural and Religious Theory 9(1): 67-78.
- Pound, Marcus (2007). Eucharist and Trauma. New Blackfriars 88(1014): 187-194.
- Pound, Marcus (2005). Having a Good Time with Kierkegaard: McTaggart, Kierkegaard, and the Ethics of Time. Philosophical Writings 13-22.
- Pound, Marcus (2005). Kierkegaard, Lacan, and Repetition. Quodlibet 7(2).
- Pound, Marcus (2004). Indirect Analysis: Lacan, Kierkegaard, and Humour. The Letter (30): 100-110.
- Pound, Marcus (2003). Towards a Lacanian Theology of Religion. New Blackfriars 84(993): 510-520.
- Pound, Marcus (2008). Žižek: a (very) critical introduction. Michigan: Eerdmans.
- Pound, Marcus (2007). Theology, Psychoanalysis and Trauma. SCM: London.