‘Nonpolitical Distinctions’: A Phrase from Marx Revisited with Rei Terada
Rei Terada, UC Irvine
The International Consortium of Critical Theory Programs is proud to cosponsor ‘Nonpolitical Distinctions’: A Phrase from Marx Revisited with Rei Terada, an event in the University of California, Berkeley Rhetoric Department 2021–2022 Colloquia Series.
Rei Terada is Professor of Comparative Literature and Director of Critical Theory at UC Irvine. She is the author of Feeling in Theory: Emotion after the ‘Death of the Subject,’ Looking Away: Phenomenality and Dissatisfaction, Kant to Adorno, and thirty or so articles on critical theory, continental philosophy, and nineteenth and twentieth-century literature. Her book Metaracial Logic: Hegel, Anti-blackness, and Political Identity is forthcoming from University of Chicago Press (Fall 2022).
Download the event flyer here.
Presented by the University of California, Berkeley Rhetoric Department and cosponsored by the International Consortium of Critical Theory Programs, with support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Vice Chancellor for Research, and the Program in Critical Theory.
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