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  • THEORIES OF THE GLOBAL SOUTH WORKING GROUP – April 2

    • 02 April, 2020, 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
    • 7415 Dwinelle Hall, UC Berkeley
  • The Program in Critical Theory’s Spring 2020 working group, Theories of the Global South, will host a meeting on April 2 from 4-6 pm in 7415 Dwinelle Hall. To prepare, the co-conveners, Donna Honarpisheh (Comparative Literature) and Devin Choudhury (Rhetoric) kindly request that participants read the introduction, chapter 3, and the epilogue from Monique Allewaert’s Ariel’s Ecology. Please email critical_theory@berkeley.edu to receive […]

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  • Postponed | Theorizing Mutant Neoliberalism

    • 07 April 2020 -
  • Please note that the scheduled April 7 event with William Callison and Zachary Manfredi, “Theorizing Mutant Neoliberalism,” has been postponed until fall 2020.  

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  • Postponed | Revolutionary Closure: Rethinking Paradigm Shifts with Walter Benjamin and Margaret Masterman

    • 16 April 2020 -
  • Please note that the scheduled April 16 event with Eva von Redecker, “Revolutionary Closure: Rethinking Paradigm Shifts with Walter Benjamin and Margaret Masterman,” has been postponed.

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  • Postponed | 2020 Annual Marie G. Ringrose Lecture in Italian Studies, The Promise of Happiness in Colonial Libya: Fascism, Architecture, and Wellbeing

    • 16 April 2020 -
  • Please note that the 2020 Annual Marie G. Ringrose Lecture in Italian Studies, “The Promise of Happiness in Colonial Libya: Fascism, Architecture, and Wellbeing,” with Graziella Parati has been postponed until fall 2020.

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  • THEORIES OF THE GLOBAL SOUTH WORKING GROUP – April 16

    • 16 April, 2020, 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
    • 7415 Dwinelle Hall, UC Berkeley
  • The Program in Critical Theory’s Spring 2020 working group, Theories of the Global South, will host a meeting on April 16 from 4-6 pm in 7415 Dwinelle Hall. To prepare, the co-conveners, Donna Honarpisheh (Comparative Literature) and Devin Choudhury (Rhetoric) kindly request that participants read selections from Rob Nixon’s Slow Violence and the Environmentalism of the Poor. Please email […]

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  • Postponed | The Rise of the Right: A Symposium

    • 17 April, 2020, 9:30 am - 5:00 pm
  • Please note that the scheduled April 17 event, “The Rise of the Right: A Symposium,” has been postponed.

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  • Distorting Ethics: Narcisa Hirsch’s Experiments

    Erin Graff Zivin, Professor of Spanish and Portuguese and Comparative Literature, USC

    • 28 April 2020 -
  • Location and time forthcoming What are the ethics and politics of distorting and distorted formal experiments? What happens when one genre or medium is exposed to another, when source and origin are mutually distorting? “Distorting Ethics” considers German-Argentinian experimental filmmaker Narcisa Hirsch’s 1971 Come Out in order to think about non-sovereign, distorted and distorting (in)disciplinary practices: about […]

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