This session will be hybrid and completely open to the public. It is in person in Frankfurt and livestreamed on Zoom.
At this public seminar, “Thinking Revolution with and against Critical Theory,” we will explore the writings and activism of Hans-Jürgen Krahl and other members of the SDS (Sozialistische Deutsche Studentenbund) movement during the 1967-69 West German student uprisings, the relationship between Critical Theory and revolutionary movements, and the Krahl-Adorno relation, in an effort to further our understanding of the relationship between critique and praxis.
This is a Joint Session with the Institute for Social Research at Goethe-Universität Frankfurt.
Please join Martin Saar and Bernard E. Harcourt as they discuss Hans-Jürgen Krahl, Constitution and Class Struggle (excerpts on Adorno, a political autobiography, and on the Russian invasion of Czechoslovakia) and the dossier published by Elia Zaru, Fabio Angelelli and Dave Mesing in Viewpoint Magazine.