This session will be hybrid and completely open to the public. Please join us in person if you are able to. We will also share a Zoom link closer to the date with those who RSVP.
- The Society of Fellows and Heyman Center for the Humanities
- Columbia Center for Contemporary Critical Thought
- Free and open to the public
- RSVP suggested
Join Che Gossett, Jack Halberstam, and Bernard E. Harcourt on Wednesday, March 2nd, as they read and discuss The Stonewall Reader; Why We Fight by Vito Russo; On Kiyoshi Kuromiya by Che Gossett; Atmospheres of Violence by Eric Stanley; and Trans*: A Quick and Quirky Account of Gender Variability by Jack Halberstam.
More information about the event and presenters here.
How is it that some ideas and manifestos, more so than others, have ignited, animated, or galvanized people to rise in revolution? What is it about these ideas and their theoretical moves—and not others? What can they tell us about critique and praxis? Should we not explore, perhaps for this 13/13 seminar series, what the “worldly philosophers” can tell us about critical praxis theory? Yes, let’s do that this year. Let’s do that together. Welcome to the revolutionary ideas, manifestos, and texts of the worldly philosophers—or, for short… Welcome to Revolution 13/13!
- Revolution 10/13: Brandon Terry on Malcolm X
- Revolution 9/13: Hans-Jürgen Krahl and the SDS Student Movement (Sozialistische Deutsche Studentenbund)
- Revolution 7/13: George Jackson, Albert Woodfox, and Prison Writing
- Revolution 6/13: Kendall Thomas on Stuart Hall, Manning Marable, & Critical Race Theory
5/13 Rosa Luxemburg, in Conversation with Vladimir Ilyich Lenin and Eduard Bernstein