Badiou the Demon

Badiou the Demon Here is a link to a youtube video of Alain Badiou and Joe Litvak in a scene from Badiou’s play, Ahmed the Philosopher. The scene was part of a conference and performance on Badiou’s Drama at the

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Badiou in Berlin

Please join us for a special conference and performance sponsored by the Zentrum für Literatur- und Kulturforschung and Hebbel am Ufer on Alain Badiou’s Political Theater With talks by Alain Badiou, Ward Blanton, Lee Edelman, Joe Litvak, Ken Reinhard, Eric

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Seminars Approved for ECT Credit

Seminars Approved for ECT Credit Click here for a list of UCLA Seminars for 2010-11 approved for credit towards the ECT certificate (other seminars may be eligible, on petition)

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Cal Arts Aesthetics and Politics Lecture Series

Cal Arts Aesthetics and Politics Lecture Series The 2010-2011 lecture series are hosted by Arne De Boever (Fall) and Chandra Khan (Spring). All lectures are open to the public. For a pdf of the lecture series postcard, please contact the

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Fall ECT symposium: Hello, Everything

Fall ECT Symposium:Hello, Everything: Speculative Realism and Object-Oriented Philosophy A conference on December 1st, 2010 10:30-5:00 Featuring Graham Harman, Ian Bogost, Levi Bryant, Julia Reinhard Lupton, Timothy Morton, Nathan Brown, Eleanor Kaufman Details to follow

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The Work of Roberto Esposito

The Impersonal and the Impolitical: The Work of Roberto Esposito The Critical Theory Emphasis at UCI presents a conference on Tuesday, September 28, HG 1030 at UC Irvine  1:00-2:00  Timothy Campbell Cornell University “’Enough of a Self’: Esposito’s Philosophy of

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2010-2011 ECT Visitors update

ECT Seminar 2010-2011 Visitors Visitors confirmed for the 2010-2011 seminar on “Philosophy, Art, and Politics” include Bruno Bosteels (Cornell), Kristen Ross (NYU), Bernard Stiegler (Centre Georges-Pompidou, Paris), Fredric Jameson (Duke), Jason Smith (Art Center), Emily Apter (NYU), and Alain Badiou

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ECT seminar 2010-2011: Philosophy, Art, Politics

ECT seminar 2010-2011: Philosophy, Art, Politics The question of the relationship of art and politics dates at least from Plato’s famous expulsion of the poets in the Republic, an act which seems to place philosophy, in its concern for justice

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