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Terrell Foster Carver (born 4 September 1946) is a Professor of Political Theory at the University of Bristol.

Carver is a political theorist taking a textual, hermeneutic and postmodern approach to classic texts and problems. His longstanding interest is in analysis and translation of works by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, and the relation of those studies to Marxism and the Marxist tradition in social thought and methodology of the social sciences. He has also taken an interest in feminist theories of sex, gender and sexuality, and the relation of that work to the sociology of masculinities, using this approach to reinterpret the 'malestream' canon of classic philosophers. He co-general-edits a book series on globalization. His books and articles have been translated into German, French, Japanese, Korean and Chinese.

Awards an

Carver is a political theorist taking a textual, hermeneutic and postmodern approach to classic texts and problems. His longstanding interest is in analysis and translation of works by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, and the relation of those studies to Marxism and the Marxist tradition in social thought and methodology of the social sciences. He has also taken an interest in feminist theories of sex, gender and sexuality, and the relation of that work to the sociology of masculinities, using this approach to reinterpret the 'malestream' canon of classic philosophers. He co-general-edits a book series on globalization. His books and articles have been translated into German, French, Japanese, Korean and Chinese.

Awards and responsibilities

  • Karl Marx: Texts on Method (1975)
  • The L

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