Indiana University Bloomington

The renowned political theorist Chantal Mouffe will be a featured speakers at a symposium on "Security, Violence, Law." Sponsored by the Center for Theoretical Inquiry in the Humanities and convened by Oana Panaïté, Associate Professor of French, the day-long symposium will also include presentations by John Hamilton, the Kenan Professor of German and Comparative Literature at Harvard University, and Elizabeth Anker, Associate Professor of English at Cornell University. Saturday, April 11, Details TBA.

All Center events are open to the public.

Reading Group on "Security, Violence, Law"

The "Security, Violence, Law" reading group continues its work with an intensive study of Michel Foucault's lectures at the Collège de France entitled Security, Territory, Population. More >


Eyal Peretz on the "Off-Screen"

Those who were not able to attend the discussion of Eyal Peretz's paper "The Birth of the Off-Screen out of the Ghost of Modernity" can still download it from our events page. More >


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