The Institute for Critical Theory, housed in the Program for Literature and directed by Fredric Jameson, encourages and supports the study of the theoretical connections between historical-cultural, aesthetic, and social research. The Institute sponsors and supports programs, conferences, and visiting scholars who further this mission.
CULTURE and POLITICS in POSTMODERNITY:
in conversation with Three Jameson Essays
NOTE: Two originally scheduled participants (Lauren Berlant and Achille Mbembe) will not be able to attend. Please see updates below.
Lectures by Michael Hardt, Michael Denning, and Fredric Jameson.
Comments by Harry Harootunian.
February 7, 2020 / 1:00-4:30pm / Nelson Music Room / East Duke Building
Links to preparatory readings below.
Link to schedule.
PREPARATORY EVENT: Three Jameson Essays
A discussion led by Anne Allison, Michael Hardt, Charles Piot, and Kathi Weeks.
February 5, 2020 / 3:00-5:00 pm / 225 Friedl Building
Jameson, 1984 “Postmodernism, or The Cultural Logic of Late Capitalism”
Jameson, 2003 “End of Temporality”
Jameson, 2015 “Aesthetics of Singularity”
Sponsored by Institute for Critical Theory and Marxism & Society Group, with support from Literature, Gender, Sexuality, & Feminist Studies, Cultural Anthropology, and Franklin Humanities Institute.