Friday, April 25th: Globalizing Critical Theory: Symposium

A symposium exploring the questions, conditions, and politics of global critical theory in the contemporary.

*Please note that this event will be starting at 1:00pm—see revised schedule, below

With papers by:

Souleymane Bachir Diagne, French and Philosophy, Columbia University
“Main Topics in African Philosophy”

Yoav DiCapua, History, University of Texas, Austin
“When Sartre’s Ethics of Global Responsibility Met the Arab-Israeli Conflict.”

With Comment by Uday Mehta, (Politics, Graduate Center, CUNY) and Nick Nesbitt (French and Italian, Princeton University).

Friday, April 25th
1:00pm to 5:15pm
Room C203/204

Updated Schedule
1:00–1:15pm Opening remarks from Gary Wilder
1:15–2:15pm Souleymane Bachir Diagne, “Main Topics in African Philosophy”
2:15–2:30pm Break (coffee and refreshments provided)
2:30–3:30pm Yoav DiCapua,
 “When Sartre’s Ethics of Global Responsibility Met the Arab-Israeli Conflict”
3:30–3:45pm Break (coffee and refreshments provided)
3:45–5:15pm Comments and discussion with Uday Mehta and Nick Nesbitt
5:15–6:30pm Wine reception in the Globalization lounge, Room 5109

Friday, April 25th: Globalizing Critical Theory: Symposium
Date: April 25, 2014
Time: 1:00 pm - 5:15 pm

Location: Graduate Center, Room C203/204
Address: 365 Fifth Avenue, New York 10016 (View Map)

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