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  • HERBERT MARCUSE (Ill: A BlBLIOGRAPHYISBN 1-892068-15-X

    Social Theory: A Bibliographie Series, No. 58ISSN 0887-3577

    Published in 2000 byReference and Research Services511 Lincoln StreetSanta Cruz, CA 95060 USA

    Social Theory: A Bibliographie Series will issue four bibliographies a year.Subscriptions are $75/year; $20 eaeh individual bibliography.

    Copyright 2000 by Joan Nordquist. All rights reserved. No part of this work mayreproduced or copied in any form or by any means, including but not restrietedgraphie, electronie or mechanieal _. for example, photocopying, reeording, taping orinformation and retrieval systems -- without the express written permission of the thePublishers.

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    lntroduetion to SOCIAL THEORY: A BIBLIOGRAPHIC SERIES 5

    Introduetion to BlBLIOGRAPHY No. 58HERBERT MARCUSE (ll) 7

    Bibliographie Sources 9

    Herbert Mareuse: An Introduetion .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 1I

    Section 1.

    BOOKS BY HERBERT MARCUSE 13

    BOOKS BY HERBERT MARCUSE IN GERMAN 23

    Section Il.

    ESSAYS AND INTERVIEWS BY HERBERT MARCUSE 25

    KEYWOJID.IN-TITLE INDEX 39

    BOOK TlTLE INDEX.. . . .. . .. . .. .. . . . .. .. .. . . . .. .. .. . . . .. 43

    Section III.

    BOOKS ABOUT HERBERT MARCUSE 45

    DISSERTATIONS AND THESES 49

    BIBLIOGRAPHIES 51

    Seetion IV.

    ARTICLES ABOUT HERBERT MARCUSE 53

    BIBLIOGRAPHIES , 59

    KEYWOJID.IN-TITLE INDEX 61

  • Introduetion to SOCIAL THEORY: A BffiLIOGRAPHIC SERIES

    Tbere is intense interest among users oflarge libraries in publications by and abouta number of soeial theorists, such as Jurgen Habermas, Jacques Derrida, Michel Foueault,Herbert Mareuse and others. There are frequenlly articles about, or re!erenees to, thesethinkers in a wide range of the more important newspapers, eultural periodicals and inseholarly journals. Also, they are often referred to in college and university lectures andeited in introductory texts and readers in all the soeial sciences and most ofthe humanities__ in philosophy as weil as anthropology, in literature as weil as sociology, in theology andlaw as weil as political seience. T0 parapbrase Clifford Geertz, they are eited everywhere,by everybody, for all sorts of purposes. In a world beset by soeial and economie problems,the theoretical perspective is "in" in the seareh for understanding and solutions by thegeneral intellectual eommunity, and there are many indications that this perspective isgrowing.

    It is a pleasure, therefore, to welcome the appearanee ofa new bibliographie serieswhieh will provide quick and easy referenee both to these soeial theorists and to many oftheproblems they and others common!y focus on.

    In the case of the theorists, there are !wo bibliographie problems. First, they arequite prolifie and their publications are widely reprinted in whole or in part, and extractswhieh are reprinted may be given new tilles. Secondly, the number of people who may lookfor a partieular publieation by one of them is quite large. Tbere is, consequenlly, a needboth for comprehensive bibliographies on these individuals and .. need for quick and easyreferenee to their major publications and to where these may be found in the original, intranslation and in their various reprinted forms. One ofthe great virtues ofa quick and easyreference work on Michel Foueault, for example, will show that his essay "What is anauthor?" ean be found in his book Language, Counter-Memory, Praetice and also in TextualStrategies: Perspectives in Post-Structuralist Critieism, edited by Josue V. Barari. Ifone lilIeis not available in a library, either because it is not owned or because it is ehecked out,perhaps the other will be. A quick and easy bibliography is a most useful guide to theliterature, for those interested in theory and its applications are just as interested in findinga publication right now as any other users of libraries. Tbe recent comprehensivebibliography on Foucault does not meet this standard of being quick and easy to use. Theseries, Sodal Theo": A Bibliographie Series, does meet that standard and need.

    Tbe series, Social Theory: A Bibliographie Series, should be in all college anduniversity libraries and in ~1I public libraries servieing a general intellectual community.Tbey will be used often by librarians and by the users of those libraries.

    Rex BeckhamReferenee Librarian

    University of Califomia, Santa Cruz

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    Introduction to Bibliography No. 58

    HERBERT MARCUSE (InA BIBLIOGRAPHY

    The primary purpose ofthe bibliography is to provide access to the essays and booksofHerbert Marcuse in the English language. Criticalliterature about the work ofthe theoristis also presented. This bibliography supplements a 1988 bibliography (Nordquist, Joan,Herbert Marcuse: A Bibliography. (Social Theory: A Bibliographie Series, No. 8) SantaCruz, CA: Reference and Research Services, 1988). All the books and essays by Mareusein English are listed in. Sections 1 and H. All the critieal literature about the books ofMareuse is included in Section I (book reviews and essays about the books). All the eriticalliterature about the essays ofMareuse ("Related Artieles") appear in Section II. Section IIIcontains the books, dissertations and theses written about Mareuse. Section IV containsarticles about Derrida published since 1988. The bibliographie sources consulted are listedon page 9.

    Section 1. contains the books by Herbert Mareuse whieh have been translated orwere written originally in English arranged alphabetieally by title. Also ineluded are theGerman editions ofthese books arranged alphabetically by title. Listed under eaeh book titleare book reviews and essays about that particular book. All essays and reviews are placedunder the English edition.

    Essays, interviews and excerpts from books by Mareuse are listed in Seetion II.The works are arranged alphabetically by title, followed by the sources of reprints arrangedehronologically. Book titles marked with an asterisk are books by Mareuse and their fullbibliographie eitation is given in Section I. The original date ofpublication and the journalor book in whieh it first appeared is given after the titleof the essay. AKEYWORD-IN-TITLE index to this section appears on page 39. Also an title index to thebook by Mareuse in whieh the essay or interview appears is given. Because the keywordsare not always significant, "Title Enriehment Terms", in the manner used by ART ANDHUMANITIES CITATION INDEX, are added when necessary to enhance the indexes.

    Section m. lists books, dissertations and theses in English about the work ofMareuse. Bibliographies o( Mareuse and his work can be found on page 51.

    Section IV. contains the critical literature in English about Herbert Mareuse.These articles are drawn from two sources: (l) articles in books and (2) journal articles.This seetion includes materials found in the bibliographie sources for the period 1988 to2000. A KEYWORD-IN-TITLE INDEX is on page 61.

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    Introduction to Bibliography No. 58

    HERBERT MARCUSE (InA BIBLIOGRAPHY

    The primary purpose ofthe bibliography is to provide access to the essays and booksofHerbert Mareuse in the English language. Criticalliterature about the work ofthe thearistis also presented. This bibliography supplements a 1988 bibliography {Nordquist, Joan.Herbert Mareuse: A Bibliography. (Sodal Theary: A Bibliographie Series, No. 8) SantaCruz, CA: Reference and Research Services, 1988). All the books and essays by Mareusein English are listed in. Seetions I and II. All the eritieal literature about the books ofMareuse is included in Section 1 (book reviews and essays about the books). All the eriticalliterature about the essays ofMareuse ("Related Articles") appear in Section 1I. Section IIIcontains the books, dissertations and theses written about Mareuse. Section IV containsartieies about Derrida published since 1988. The bibliographie sources consulted are listedon page 9.

    Section I. contains the books by Herbert Mareuse whieh have been translated orwere written originally in English arranged alphabetieally by titIe. Also included are theGerman editions ofthese books arranged alphabetieally by titIe. Listed under eaeh book titleare book reviews and essays about that partieular book. All essays and reviews are plaeedunder the English edition.

    Essays, interviews and excerpts tram books by Mareuse ure listed in Seetion II.The works are arranged alphabetically by titIe followed by the sources of reprints arrangedehronologieaIly. Book titIes murked with an asterisk are books by Mareuse and their fullbibliographie eitation is given in Section I. The original date ofpublication and the journalor book in whieh it first appeared is given after the titIeof the essay. AKEYWORD-fN-TITLE index to this section appears on page 39. Also an titIe index to thebook by Mareuse in whieh the essay or interview appears is given. Because the keywordsare not always signiflcant, "TitIe Enriclunent Terms", in the manner used by ART ANDHUMANITIES CITATION INDEX, are added when necessary to enhanee the indexes.

    Section III. lis!s books, dissertations and theses in English about the work ofMareuse. Bibliographies ofMareuse and his work canbe found on page 51.

    Section IV. eontains the critical literature in English about Herbert Mareuse.These artieies are drawn trom !wo sources: (1) artieies in books and (2) journal articles.This section ineludes materials found in the bibliographie sources for the period 1988 to2000. A KEYWORD-fN-TITLE INDEX is on page 61.

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    BIBLIOGRAPHIe SOURCES

    ALTERNATIVE PRESS INDEXAMERICAN H1SroRY AND LIFEAMERICAN HUMANITIES INDEXART AND HUMANITIES CITATION INDEXART INDEXARmIELIOGRAPHlES