Immanent Critique conference in Oregon, 19-20 April 2013

Immanent CritiqueJust been asked to post about this – begins tomorrow, and its location will make this relevant to just a few, but looks interesting and hopefully something will be done with the papers.

An international conference on the notions of critique and social justice in critical theory today will be hosted by the Department of Philosophy at the University of Oregon, 19-20 April 2013 in the Knight Library Browsing Room.

Organized by Assistant Professor Rocío Zambrana (University of Oregon), the conference will feature: Amy Allen (Dartmouth College), Cinzia Arruzza (New School for Social Research), Albena Azmanova (University of Kent), James Bohman (St. Louis University), Anita Chari (University of Oregon), Maeve Cooke (University College Dublin), Deborah Cook (University of Windsor), Andrew Feenberg (Simon Fraser University), Alessandro Ferrara (University of Rome “Tor Vergata”), Eduardo Mendieta (Stony Brook University), Kevin Olson (University of California, Irvine), Antonio Vasquez-Arroyo (University of Minnesota).

The conference is sponsored by the Department of Philosophy at the University of Oregon with support from the Oregon Humanities Center, the College of Arts and Sciences, the Center for the Study of Women in Society (CSWS), the Department of German and Scandinavian, the German Studies Committee, and the Department of Comparative Literature (COLT).

For more information, please contact Rocío Zambrana at zambrana@uoregon.edu.

Conference Poster

Conference Program

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One Response to Immanent Critique conference in Oregon, 19-20 April 2013

  1. Keith Harris says:

    Reblogged this on Becoming Poor and commented:
    Wish I’d known about this earlier; maybe some of the Portland folks can make it.

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