Thomas Wheatland



The Frankfurt School in Exile. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2009.

Volume edited

with David Kettler, Contested Legacies: Political Theory and the Hitler Era. European Journal of Political Theory 3, 2 (2004).


with David Kettler, ‘”Has Germany a Political Theory? Is Germany a State?” The Foreign Affairs of Nations in the Political Thought of Franz L. Neumann,’ in Felix Rösch, ed. Émigré Scholars and the Genesis of International Relations. A European Discipline in America? Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014, 103-112.

with David Kettler, ‘How Can We Tell It to the Children? A Deliberation at the Institute for Social Research, 1941,’ in Thesis Eleven 111 (2012), 110–122.

Debate about Methods in the Social Sciences, Especially the Conception of Social Science Method for Which the Institute Stands,’ in Thesis Eleven 111 (2012), 123–129.

‘Marcuse schreibt an Heidegger: Welcher Kontext sollte eine Interpretation formen?’ in David Kettler and Detlef Garz, eds. Erste Briefe: First Letters aus dem Exil, 1945–1950. Munich, Text & Kritik, 2012, 219–232.

‘In den Armen der Alma Mater: Die Frankfurter Schule an der Columbia Universität,’ in Detlev Claussen, Oskar Negt, and Michael Werz, eds. Veränderte Weltbilder: Hannoversche Schriften 6. Frankfurt-am-Main: Neue Kritik, 2005, 167–196.

‘Not-Such-Odd Couples: Paul Lazarsfeld, the Horkheimer Circle, and Columbia University,’ in David Kettler and Gerhard Lauer, eds. in Exile, Science, and Bildung: The Contested Legacies of German Émigré Intellectuals. New York: Palgrave, 2005, 169–184.

Critical Theory on Morningside Heights: From Frankfurt Mandarins to Columbia Sociologists,’ in German Politics and Society 22, 4 (2004), 57–87.

Critical Theory on Morningside Heights: The Frankfurt School’s Invitation from Columbia University,’ in German Politics and Society 22, 3 (2004), 1–32.

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