May ’68 at 50: Program and Abstracts

Here are the program and abstracts for “May ’68 at 50: Politics and Literature,” the Committee workshop to be hosted on 9–10 May by NYU Abu Dhabi:

Robert Young: May 1968 as a Theoretical Event

Vladimir Biti: The Ethical Appeal of the Indifferent: Maurice Blanchot and Michel Foucault

Anne Duprat: Events, Epochs and Turning-Points: Time vs. Period in Critical History

Divya Dwivedi: The Memories of Imagination

Jean Khalfa: A Theory of Subversion that Could Not Serve the Cause of Oppression? Revolution as Institutional Psychotherapy: From Fanon and Sartre to Deleuze and Guattari

Kyohei Norimatsu: Friendship in “Dark Times”: Moscow Unofficial Art after 1968

Robert Stockhammer: “We shall therefore never write about what took place or did not take place in May”: Politics of Literature, ’67/’68

Galin Tihanov: 1968: Romanticism’s longue durée

Kang Woosung: “I would prefer not not-to”: Critical Theory after Bartleby

Stefan Willer: The Future of 1968


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