Stefano Harney

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Stefano Harney is an American activist and scholar. Prior to relocating to Brazil,[1] Harney taught at Singapore Management University, but was dismissed in part for awarding all his students A grades.[2][3] [4] Since then, he has taught at Royal Holloway, University of London[5] as well as at the European Graduate School.[6][7]

He is a long-time collaborator with the 2020 MacArthur Fellows Program poet and scholar Fred Moten, as well as the scholar and current ambassador from Barbados to Brazil Tonika Sealy-Thompson.


  • The Liberal Arts and Management Education: A Global Agenda for Change (co-authored by Howard Thomas, Cambridge University Press, 2020)[8]
  • The Undercommons: Fugitive Planning & Black Study (co-authored by Fred Moten, Minor Compositions, 2013)[9]
  • The Culture of Management (Routledge, 2008)[10]
  • State Work: Public Administration and Mass Intellectuality (Duke University Press, 2002)[11]
  • "Fragment on Kropotkin and Giuliani" in Social Text (Volume 20, Number 3 (72), Duke University Press, September 10, 2002)[12]
  • Nationalism and Identity (Zed Books, 1996)[13]

Collaboration With Fred Moten

Harney co-authored The Undercommons: Fugitive Planning & Black Study with Fred Moten (Autonomedia/Minor Compositions, 2013).[14] The text is a book-length series of essays that critiques the academy through a black radical lens.[15] Moten and Harney have been friends for over 30 years and collaborators over 15 years; they frequently appear together at panels, interviews, and academic talks.[4] [16] The two are currently preparing for the publication of their second book together, All Incomplete, forthcoming from Autonomedia in 2021.[17][18]


  2. "SMU reviews 'bogus' grades for module after professor gives all of his 169 business students an A". The Straits Times. May 24, 2019.
  3. "SMU prof gave all 169 students A grade because he is so done with grading on a bell curve".
  4. 4.0 4.1 "The Indy".
  6. "Stefano Harney".
  7. "Stefano Harney & Fred Moten - Faculty Interview - 2019-08-07" – via
  8. Thomas, Howard; Harney, Stefano (January 30, 2020). "The Liberal Arts and Management Education: A Global Agenda for Change". Cambridge University Press – via Google Books.
  9. Harney, Stefano; Moten, Fred (March 12, 2013). "The Undercommons: Fugitive Planning & Black Study". Minor Compositions – via Google Books.
  10. Harney, Stefano (March 12, 2008). "The Culture of Management". Routledge – via Google Books.
  11. Harney, Stefano (July 2, 2002). "State Work: Public Administration and Mass Intellectuality". Duke University Press – via Google Books.
  12. "Volume 20 Issue 3 (72) | Social Text | Duke University Press".
  13. Harney, Corbin; Harney, Stefano (April 15, 1996). "Nationalism and Identity: Culture and the Imagination in a Caribbean Diaspora". Zed Books – via Google Books.
  14. Wallace, David. "Fred Moten's Radical Critique of the Present". The New Yorker.
  16. "CSSJ | Brown University".

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