3/13 Gramsci, Sartre, and the "Engaged" Philosopher

13/13 Seminar Series, Revolution

October 27, 2021 Wednesday, 12:00pm–2:00pm EDT Jerome Greene Annex, Columbia University Virtual Event
  • The Society of Fellows and Heyman Center for the Humanities
  • The Center For Contemporary Critical Thought
  • Free and open to the public
  • Registration required. See details.

Étienne Balibar and Bernard E. Harcourt

read and discuss

Prison Notebooks [1947] by Antonio Gramsci (excerpts)

Presentation des Temps Modernes [1945] by Jean-Paul Sartre

Qu’est ce que la littérature in Situations II [1948]; What is Literature?[1950] by Jean-Paul Sartre

Préface de Orphée Noire [1949]; Black Orpheus [1964-1965] by Jean-Paul Sartre

Science as a Vocation,” [1922] by Max Weber

Politics as a Vocation” [1919] by Max Weber

Columbia University, Jerome Greene Annex

These seminars will be hybrid. They will be in-person at the Jerome Greene Annex for Columbia University affiliates with CUID and Green Passes. Zoom and livestream will be available for non-CU affiliates. Due to Columbia University COVID restrictions, we will be checking Green Passes at the door.