Book Chapters in Edited Volumes

1. Claudia Leeb, "Judith Butler’s Use of Psychoanalysis: Power, Subjectivity, and Agency," in Sabine Hark, Ina Kerner, and Hanna Meißner (eds.) Handbuch Judith Butler (Metzler Verlag, handbook seriess, forthcoming in German)

2. Claudia Leeb, “The Feminist Subject-in-Outline: A Resource to Fight Neo-Fascism Today,” in Jonathon Catlin et al. (eds), Adorno and Identity (SUNY Press, forthcoming in 2025)

3. Claudia Leeb, "Authoritarian Family Structures and the Resurgence of the Extremist Right: Overpowering Unconscious Forces," in Arthur Bueno (ed), Authoritarianism and Neoliberalism, (Verso Press, forthcoming in 2025)

4. Claudia Leeb, “Rethinking Feminist Political Subjectivity with Deconstruction and  Negative Dialectics”, in Patricia Moynagh and Mary Caputi (eds.), Research Handbook on Feminist Political Thought (Edward Elgar Publishing, Elgar Original Reference series, forthcoming in 2025)

5. Claudia Leeb, "Rebelling Female Maquiladora Workers: A Feminist Critical Theory Perspective," in Santiago Zarria and Estefanía C. Apolo (eds.) Frankfurt School: Contemporary Readings from Critical Theory (published with Colección Filosófica Actual, Faculty of Social and Human Sciences of the Central University of Ecuador (UCE), forthcoming in 2024

6. Claudia Leeb, “Austria's Repressed Guilt in Theory and Practice: Personal Encounters”, in Vincenzo Pinto (ed.) Remembering the Holocaust in Germany, Austria, Italy and Israel: “Vergangenheitsbewältigung” (Mastering the Past) as a historical quest (Leiden: Brill Press, 2021), 25 -38.

7. Claudia Leeb, “Adorno and Freud meet Kazuo Ishiguro: The Rise of the Far Right from a Psychoanalytic and Critical Theory Perspective”, in Jeremiah Morelock (ed.) How to Critique Authoritarian Populism: Methodologies of the Frankfurt School (Leiden: Brill Press, 2021), 200-219.

8. Claudia Leeb, “Laughing at the Other: Toward an Understanding of the Alt-Right with Adorno” in Amirhosein Khandizaji (ed.) Reading Adorno: The Endless Road (New York: Palgrave Macmillan Press, 2019), 75-100.

9. Claudia Leeb, “Mourning Denied: The Tabooed Subject,” in David McIvor and Alexander Hirsch (eds.) The Democratic Arts of Mourning: Political Theory and Loss (New York: Lexington Press, 2019), 65-82.

10. Claudia Leeb, “Radical or Neoliberal Political Imaginary? Nancy Fraser Revisited,” in Werner Bonefeld, Beverley Best, and Chris O'Kane (eds.), The Sage Handbook of Frankfurt School Critical Theory (New York: Sage Publisher, 2018), 550-563.

11. Claudia Leeb, “A Festival for Frustrated Egos: The Rise of Trump from an Early Frankfurt School Critical Theory Perspective”, in Trump and Political Philosophy: Patriotism, Cosmopolitanism and Civic Virtue, Angel Jaramillo and Sable Marc (eds.) (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018), 297-314.

12. Claudia Leeb, “Female Resistance or the Politics of Death? Rethinking Antigone,” in Gabriel Ricci (ed.) The Persistence of Critical Theory, (Culture & Civilization, Vol. 8, Piscataway, New Jersey:  Transaction Publishers, 2017), 223-240.

13. Claudia Leeb, “Contesting Hierarchical Oppositions: The Dialectics of Adorno and Lacan,” in Alfred J. Drake (ed.) New Essays on the Frankfurt School of Critical Theory (Cambridge Scholars Press, 2009), 168-192.

14. Claudia Leeb, “Das Klassenkonzept poststrukturalistisch gedacht,” [A post-structuralist perspective on the concept of class], in Ingolf Erler (ed.) Keine Chance für Lisa Simpson? - Soziale Ungleichheit im Bildungssystem [No Chance for Lisa Simpson? Social Inequality in the Educational System], (Wien: Mandelbaum-Verlag, 2007), 72-88.

15. Claudia Leeb, “Preface and Introduction” (with Lisa Gurley and Anna Aloisia Moser), Feminists Contest Politics and Philosophy (New York/Brussels: Peter Lang Publisher, Philosophy and Politics Series, 2005), 11-17.