Kritische Theorie Workshop in Dubrovnik

Vom 6. bis 10. Juni 2014 findet am Inter-University Centre Dubrovnik ein Workshop zu  Critical Theory statt. Der von Banu Bargu, Robin Celikates, Jodi Dean, Regina Kreide und David Strecker organisierte Workshop fragt nach den Grundlagen kritischer Theorie, der Idee des Kommunismus, Kritik in Zeiten des Neoliberalismus und Revolution als Theorie und politische Praxis. Für den Kurs bewerben, kann man sich auf der Webseite. Die Kursgebühr beträgt 50 Euro und man kann sich bis zum Tag vor dem Workshop bewerben. Das Programm findet ihr unterm Strich.

CRITICAL THEORY WORKSHOP DUBROVNIK

June 6-10, 2014
Inter-University Centre Dubrovnik (IUC)
Organizers: Banu Bargu, Robin Celikates, Jodi Dean, Regina Kreide, David Strecker

This is a course at the Inter-University Centre, Dubrovnik/Croatia.

For more details, including information on how to apply, see http://www.iuc.hr/course-details.php?id=825

Friday, June 6

Welcome dinner

Saturday, June 7

10:00-11:30am
I. Introductory discussion: What is Critical Theory?

What is Critical Theory?
One Perspective, Three Tasks and Multiple Issues
David Strecker

Critique and Obstacles to Action. Why Political Philosophy needs Social Theory.
Regina Kreide

Critical Theory and the ‘Incapacitation Trap’
Robin Celikates

11:45am-1pm
II. The Idea of Communism

Notes for Communist Critical Theory
Jodi Dean

Rethinking Althusser on State Apparatuses
Banu Bargu

1-2:30pm
Lunch + meeting with graduate students

2:30-4:30pm
The State that Falls Asleep: Revisiting Lenin’s Idea of Communism
Alexei Penzin

The Question of Political Form in Early Soviet Marxism: Andrei Platonov and Alexander Bogdanov
Maria Chehonadskih

Negativity in Communism
Artemy Magun

The Dialectics of Consciousness and the Unconscious in Vygotsky, Bakhtin and Ilyenkov
Keti Chukhrov

Sunday, June 8

10-11:30am

Ideological Interpellation in Syria under Conditions of Neoliberal Autocracy
Lisa Wedeen

11:45am-1:30pm
III. Critique in Times of Neoliberalism

Legality, Ideology, and Individual Resistance
Petra Gümplova

Critique after Neoliberalism
Frieder Vogelmann

Critiquing Neoliberalism – Possibilities and Limits
Thomas Biebricher

Lunch + meeting with graduate students

Free afternoon

Monday, June 9

10-11:30am

A Democratic Critique of Political Modernity
Andreas Kalyvas

11:45am-1:15pm

Politics beyond Publicity: Towards a Critical Theory of Sabotage
Darin Barney

1:15-2:30pm
Lunch

IV. Revolt as Theory and Political Practice
2:30-4:30pm

The „New Human Type“: Gramsci, Adorno, and Benjamin on Political Anthropology
Massimiliano Tomba

Reading Marx Non-Philosophically: Of Immanent Revolt as Theory and Political Practice
Katerina Kolozova

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