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will be held at Temple University on March 22nd and 23rd, 2013, generously sponsored and hosted by the Temple University Philosophy department.
The meeting will take place at Temple University Center City (TUCC), 1515 Market Street, Room 422 from 9AM to 6PM.
Poster coming shortly.
The confirmed list of speakers:
Our colleague, Stefano Giacchetti Ludovisi, has asked us to make the following CFP public, which may of interest to those interested in Adorno. It looks like it will be a fantastic event.
CALL FOR PAPERS
5TH INTERNATIONAL CRITICAL THEORY
CONFERENCE OF ROME
May 7-9, 2012
John Felice Rome Center of Loyola University Chicago Continue reading »
Too long have Adorno scholars labored without the benefit of an association dedicated to the study of Adorno. No more, however! Introducing the Association for Adorno Studies, a society dedicated to the study and advancement of Adorno scholarship. Here is how the society’s founders, Kathy Kiloh and Martin Shuster, envision the aims of the association:
The goal of the association is to foster inquiry into Adorno’s thought and to make the results of this research available to a community of scholars. Given Adorno’s interest in and contributions to the history of philosophy, epistemology, phenomenology, existentialism, ontology, aesthetics, critical and social theory, and other areas besides, we believe it is of paramount importance to constitute an association that allows not only for a gathering of scholars, but also establishes a presence in the academic community, and ultimately, in light of Adorno’s own sensibilities, supports a means for theoretical and practical possibilities as yet unimagined. The association actively encourages interdisciplinary conversation in the hopes of creating synergies for new lines of research that can ultimately prove important for novel disciplinary concerns. Finally, the association takes seriously Adorno’s aspirations for social change and hopes to encourage and provide a means for engagement with the world at large.