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“Reflections on the Afterlives of 1969” Conference

Open to the public, this conference brings scholars from Brown University, University of Pittsburgh, Yale and other colleges and universities to discuss this pivotal year.

Thursday, August 15, 2019
9:00am – 6:00pm
Haldeman 41 (Kreindler Conference Hall)
Intended Audience(s): Public
Categories: Conferences, Dartmouth 250th

9-10:45 AM
 Ronald Judy (University of Pittsburgh)
“Défaillance de Modernité and the Black Study of Humanism: From Algeria to San Francisco Bypassing the Moon”
Winfried Fluck (JFK Institute, Free University, Berlin)
The Transnational Sixties: A Comparison of the Sixties in the U.S. and in Europe.“

11AM -12:30 PM
Keynote Lecture, Michael Denning (Yale University)
“Everyone a Legislator: Gramsci and the Politics of Organising” 


2:30 -4:00 PM
Alan Nadel  (University of Kentucky)
“Death and Taxes: Paying Vietnam’s Debt”
 
Fiorenzo Juliano  (University of Cagliara)
“From Workerism to  Multitude: Genealogy of a Misconception”


4:30-6PM
Jana Schmidt (Bard College)
"Pluralism in Thinking: Hannah Arendt and the 'Anti-Political' "


Laura Bieger (University of Groningen) 
“The Practice of Literary Engagement (Sartre, Wright, Bourriaud)”

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