Rebecca Comay is professor of philosophy and comparative literature, a core member of the Literature and Critical Theory Program (Victoria College), and an associate member of the Germanic Languages and Literatures Department and the Centre for Jewish Studies. Her research interests include Hegel and 19th century German philosophy; theatricality; Marx and Marxism (including Frankfurt school); psychoanalysis; contemporary French philosophy; trauma and memory; iconoclasm and destruction of art; contemporary art and art criticism; Proust and Beckett. She is currently working on a book on the temporality of deadlines, as well as a project on dramaturgy and dialectic.
- ‘Endings: Questions of Memory in Hegel and Heidegger’ by Rebecca Comay & John McCumber
- ‘Hegel and Resistance: History, Politics, and Dialectics’ by Rebecca Comay & Bart Zantvoort
- ‘Mourning Sickness: Hegel and the French Revolution’ by Rebecca Comay
- ‘The Dash—The Other Side of Absolute Knowing’ by Rebecca Comay & Frank Ruda