Association for Adorno Studies is moving!

Please update your blog feeds and your links, the Association for Adorno Studies is moving to a new home:

http://adornostudies.org

Thanks for your patience and support — all future posts, information, and everything to do with the Association will be found there.

IMPORTANT NOTE: All email subscriptions have been automatically migrated over, but all WordPress subscriptions have to be re-done (i.e. if you subscribed to receive updates via e-mail, you’re fine; but if you subscribed via your WordPress account, you will have to resubscribe at the new address). We apologize for any inconvenience.

CFP: 22nd Annual Critical Theory Rountable

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The 22nd Annual Critical Theory Roundtable will take place September 19-21, 2014, at Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH.

Professor Axel Honneth, Professor of Social Philosophy at the University of Frankfurt and University Professor at Columbia University, will be the keynote speaker for this year’s conference. Continue reading

The Right to Freedom: A Symposium on Critical Theory

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The following symposium may be of interest to our readers:

The Right to Freedom: A Symposium on Critical Theory

Date: 6–7 May 2014

Venue: Woburn Suite (G22/26, Ground Floor), Institute of Philosophy, University of London, Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU

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Recap of the 3rd Annual Meeting…

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The 3rd annual meeting of the Association for Adorno Studies was held March 7th and 8th, 2014 at University College Dublin in Ireland. The meeting was convened at the beautiful Newman House, and was officially opened with remarks by host Brian O’Connor, Martin Shuster, and Kathy Kiloh. Continue reading

3rd Annual Meeting of the Association for Adorno Studies

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The 3rd annual meeting of the Association will be held March 7 and 8, 2014 in Dublin, Ireland. It will be hosted by Brian O’Connor and University College Dublin.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact Brian O’Connor, Martin Shuster, or Kathy Kiloh.

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CFP: Powerless Longing, The Loss of Utopian Thinking in Late Modernity

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Sebastian Tränkle (Berlin) has written to us asking that we post the following CFP. It is in German, and looks like a fantastic event. The website for the event is located here.

Ohnmächtige Sehnsucht. Zum Verlust utopischen Denkens in der Spätmoderne

Max Horkheimer beschrieb die frühneuzeitliche Utopie »als Ausdruck ohnmächtiger Sehnsucht«, weil in der Epoche ihrer Entstehung die materiellen Mittel zur Realisierung der Gesellschaftsentwürfe nicht zur Verfügung standen. In der spätmodernen Gegenwart hingegen ist es weniger der Mangel an Mitteln als das Schwinden des »Möglichkeitssinns« (Robert Musil), das die Menschen zur Ohnmacht verdammt. Continue reading
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