Critical Times is a peer reviewed open access journal published by Duke University Press with the aim of foregrounding encounters between canonical critical theory and various traditions of critique emerging from other historical legacies, seeking to highlight the multiple forms that critical thought takes today.
A conversation with Malcom Ferdinand (CNRS), Jumana Manna (Palestinian artist), and Sophia Stamatopoulou-Robbins (Bard College) about environmental and colonial destructions, as well as the relationship between them. Moderated by Natalia Brizuela (UC Berkeley).
Critical Times invites full-length scholarly essays as well as shorter contributions that report and reflect on particular strikes. We also invite shorter theoretical reflections on the status of strikes today. Abstracts (400 words) are due on October 15, 2020.
International Consortiumof Critical Theory Programs (ICCTP)
The International Consortium of Critical Theory Programs seeks to document, connect, and support the various programs and projects that now represent critical theory across the globe. Through its work, the Consortium aims to document the global contours of critical theory today, supporting critical thought both inside and outside the university in the arts, humanities, social sciences, and science and technology studies, and seeking collaborative forms for critically responding to pressing global challenges.
The Consortium directory connects programs, centers, and projects in the field of critical theory throughout the world, facilitating intellectual exchange, and illuminating the global form and reach of critical theory today. Programs listed in the directory are accepted as members of the Consortium through an application procedure.