Said’s Palestine

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Tuesday, June 1 at 12:00 PM PST
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On Tuesday, June 1 at 12:00 PM PST, UCHRI will host a conversation on Said’s Palestine with Nadia Abu El-Haj (Barnard College and Columbia University), Esmat Elhalaby (UC Davis), Saree Makdisi (UC Los Angeles), Nadera Shalhoub-Kervorkian (Hebrew University), and Judith Butler (UC Berkeley).

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The New School ICSI Distinguished Public Lectures with Dipesh Chakrabarty, Hortense Spillers, and Noam Chomsky

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The New School, Institute for Critical Social Inquiry
Distinguished Public Lecture Series featuring Dipesh Chakrabarty (in conversation with Jay Bernstein), Hortense Spillers (in conversation with Patricia J. Williams), and Noam Chomsky (in conversation with Nancy Fraser)
June 8-10, 2021
All lectures will begin at 6pm EST
Online via Zoom, register here
Please note that registration is limited and you may be placed on a waitlist

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New Developments in Post-Foundational Political Thought: Democratic Politics after COVID

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Centre for Applied Philosophy, Politics and Ethics
School of Humanities and Social Science
University of Brighton

Wednesday 5th of May 13.30 – 19.30 UK Time
With Oliver Marchart, Clare Woodford, Luciana Cadahia, German Primera,
Paula Biglieri, and Mark Devenney

If you would like to participate please email Ian Sinclair: i.a.sinclair@brighton.ac.uk well in advance of Wednesday 5th to be set up on the Microsoft Team used for the event.

This workshop brings together colleagues from around the world to debate their recent contributions to post-foundational political thought…

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Panel: Universities at Risk

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Please join Zeynep Gambetti, Andrea Petö from the CEU, Athena Athanasiou from Panteion University, Gazela Pudar Drasko from the University of Belgrade, Fernanda Martins from the PUCRS, Brazil, and the Bogazici University student platform Kelepçesiz Akademi Saturday, March 27 @ 18:00 (GMT+3) for the panel Universities at Risk.
Registration Form:  https://forms.gle/t6nHeqQVhUKFXhMC8
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1364837110539171/
The event will also be live streamed via Youtube.

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“Critique(s) of Violence” Online Event Series

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The Philosophy Department of the University of Amsterdam, the Philosophy & Public Affairs Group, the Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis (ASCA), the Netherlands Institute for Cultural Analysis (NICA), and the Goethe-Institute Amsterdam invite you to three events of the series “Critique(s of Violence“: two evening lectures and one afternoon workshop. “For with mere life, the rule of law over the living ceases” – sacrificial partisanship Banu Bargu, Santa Cruz February 4th, 2021, 18.00 h Online, to receive the Zoom link, send an email to Daniel Loick, d.loick@uva.nl. Banu Bargu is Associate Professor of History of Consciousness at the University of …

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Neoliberalismo, elecciones en EEUU, fuerzas antidemocráticas y revueltas sociales

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Conversas Latino-Americanas 12 Nov. 20:00 (3 pm PST) Ciclo debates feministas Neoliberalismo, elecciones en EEUU, fuerzas anti-democráticas y revueltas sociales Wendy Brown, Filósofa y politóloga, University of California, Berkeley. Conversa con Verónica Gago. El Inst. Eqüit, junto a la Red de Género y Comercio, el GIIF – Grupo de Intervención Investigación Feminista – y con el apoyo del Fondo de Mujeres del Sur, lxs invita a participar del Ciclo de debates feministas Conversas Latino-americanas.

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Michael Walzer and Yanis Varufakis at the Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory (IFDT) “Horizons of Freedom”

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The Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory presents “Horizons of Freedom Zoom Seminar” from October 29th to 30th: Michael Walzer, Horizons of Freedom: On Political Action Thursday, October 29, 16:00 – 18:00 Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/93531254887 Michael Walzer’s main recommendation in his book Political action: A practical Guide to Movement Politics to the engaged actors is to focus their attention on concrete issues and arguments and to acknowledge that this approach does not necessarily lead to grand theories of social change. However, his insights still escape the ever-increasing fragmentation of the public sphere generated by the various forms of neoliberal regimes. …

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