Workiteph Newsletter - March 31, 2017

 

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DISCOURSES OF MODERNITY SEMINAR, Roma, 2 Aprile, John Felice Rome Center

Discourses of Modernity Seminar April 2, 2017/ 10:30-12:30 a.m. Loyola University Chicago,  John Felice Rome Center Via Massimi 114/A-- 00136 Rome Sala Felice   "CrisisandDebt" Dario Gentili (Università degli Studi Roma Tre), "Crisis as Art of Government" Elettra Stimilli (Scuola Normale Superiore Pisa), "Life and Economy of Debt" Respondents: Marianna Esposito (Università degli Studi di Salerno) Stefano …

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PRESENTAZIONE del volume "Felicità Italiane", Roma, 4 Aprile, Biblioteca di storia moderna e contemporanea

Martedì 4 aprile 2017, ore 17.00   presentazione del volume   Felicità italiane Un campionario filosofico a cura di Dimitri D'Andrea, Enrico Donaggio, Elena Pulcini e Gabriella Turnaturi   il Mulino, 2016   Intervengono Enrico Menduni, Elettra Stimilli Saranno presenti Dimitri D'Andrea, Elena Pulcini e Gabriella Turnaturi Biblioteca di storia moderna e contemporanea - Palazzo Mattei di Giove Via Michelangelo …

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TRAME NASCOSTE. Due giornate di studi su Giorgio Colli a cento anni dalla nascita - Genova, Palazzo Ducale, 13 e 14 aprile

Trame nascoste. Due giornate di studi su Giorgio Colli a cento anni dalla nascita13 e 14 aprile - Palazzo Ducale – Sala del Minor Consiglio, Piazza Giacomo Matteotti 9, Genova, Italia In occasione del centenario della nascita di Giorgio Colli, Teatro Akropolis, incollaborazione con Palazzo Ducale – Fondazione per la Cultura, Centro Studi Alessandro Fersen e famiglia Colli, …

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ROBERTO ESPOSITO AL DE BOSIS COLLOQUIUM - HARVARD UNIVERSITY - 21 APRILE

Venerdì 21 Aprile Roberto Esposito (Scuola Normale di Pisa )interverrà al De Bosis Colloquium presso la Harvard University   per presentare Da fuori. Una filosofia per l'Europa (Einaudi). Dialogheranno con lui Luigi Patruno e Amelia Linsky. More info: https://canvas.harvard.edu/courses/23562/pages/colloquium-in-italian-studies

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DIALOGUE AVEC GIACOMO MARRAMAO: Après l’État souverain ? - Université de Caen Normandie, 26 avril 2017

Après l’État souverain ? Dialogue avec Giacomo Marramao   Journée d'études organisée par Céline Jouin, maître de conférences en philosophie, et l’EA 2129 « Identité et subjectivité » Le 26 avril 2017, de 14h00 à 18h00 à l’amphi de la MRSH, Université de Caen Normandie Le philosophe italien Giacomo Marramao, professeur à l’Université de Rome 3, auteur de Dopo il Leviatano. Indiviuo e …

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PAOLO BARTOLONI - Objects in Italian Life and Culture: Fiction, Migration, and Artificiality - UNC-Chapel Hill - 27 Aprile

Paolo Bartoloni - Objects in Italian Life and Culture: Fiction, Migration, and Artificiality UNC-Chapel Hill - 27 Aprile, 3 pm - 6 pm Paolo Bartoloni is Established Professor of Italian Studies at the National University of Ireland, Galway. Previously he taught in Italian and Comparative Literature at the University of Sydney where he was Founding Director of the program in International and …

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ROBERTO ESPOSITO ALLA WARWICK UNIVERSITY - 4 MAGGIO

Giovedi 4 maggio alle ore 17,00 Roberto Esposito presso la Warwick University  presenterà il suo ultimo libro Da fuori. Una filosofia per l'Europa (Einaudi ). Dialogano con lui Elettra Stimilli ,  Jenny Burns e Miguel de Beistegui. Questo evento fa parte del convegno: “Italian Thought: Origins and Actuality” (University of Warwick, May 3-4 ) More info: https://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/modernlanguages/research/italian/events/

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2017 EDITION of INTERSECTIONS/INTERSEZIONI

Firenze, 31 Maggio - 1 Giugno, 2017 - 2017 edition of INTERSECTIONS/INTERSEZIONI

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Segnalazioni editoriali

•   G. Agamben, Autoritratto nello studio (Nottetempo, 2017): https://www.edizioninottetempo.it/it/prodotto/autoritratto-nello-studio

• Recensione di A. Capocci al volume di G. Agamben, Che cos’è il reale? La scomparsa di Majorana, Neri Pozza, 2016: https://ilmanifesto.it/una-sparizione-filosofica/

• S. Prozorov, S. Rentea (a cura di), The Routledge Handbook of Biopolitics (Routledge, 2017):https://www.routledge.com/The-Routledge-Handbook-of-Biopolitics/Prozorov-Rentea/p/book/9781472449641

• SUNY PRESS – book series Contemporary Italian Philosophyhttp://www.sunypress.edu/Searchadv.aspx?IsSubmit=true&CategoryID=6902

• Fordham University Press – book series Commonalitieshttp://fordhampress.com/index.php/series-imprints/series/commonalities.html

• “L’Antropocene. Fine, medium o sintomo dell’uomo?” a cura di Sara Baranzoni, Antonio Lucci e Paolo Vignola apparso su “Lo Sguardo“, Rivista di Filosofia, N. 22 – 2016 (III)            Per scaricare il pdf della rivista e per altre info: http://www.losguardo.net/it/homepage

 

 

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BRIAN MASSUMI – The Piety of the Personal and the Personality of Power – UNC-Chapel Hill (MARCH 22)

BRIAN MASSUMI – The Piety of the Personal and the Personality of Power

UNC-Chapel Hill, March 22, 2017 – 4pm – Toy Lounge, Dey Hall 

Brian Massumi’s talk will address the “post-truth” regime associated with the Trump phenomenon, avoiding traditional theories of identification and ideology in favor of an affect-based approach involving an alternative theory of the person.

Organizer: The Anthropocene Research Group | Department of Romance Studies, UNC Chapel Hill

Sponsors: 
The Department of Romance Studies, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Franklin Humanities Institute, Duke University

More info: http://anthropocene.web.unc.edu/

CALL FOR PAPERS- NEW ITALIAN THOUGHT: CHALLENGES AND RESPONSES

Call for Papers

NEW ITALIAN THOUGHT: Challenges and Responses – CALL FOR PAPERS

International Conference at the Centre for Advanced Research in European Philosophy, King’s University
College and The Centre for the Study of Theory and Criticism, Western University
INVITED SPEAKERS
Franco ‘Bifo’ Berardi (Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera)
Elena Pulcini (University of Florence)
Remo Bodei (UCLA/Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa)
March 24-26, 2017
King’s University College, Western University (London, Canada)
Over the past two decades or so, Italy has experienced a veritable explosion of growth of new and innovative philosophical ideas. Antonio Negri describes this body of emergent philosophies as a radical critique and rethinking of our contemporary social and political world. Undoubtedly, the global economic crisis of 2008 was one of the major catalysts behind this new philosophical impetus, but one must also consider the force of the ascendency of new forms of globalized-economic rule that are no longer connected to the political wills of their respective electorates, growing border-shifting migrations, vast environmental change, war, disease, and famine. The presence and discussion of new philosophical ideas and approaches can be viewed as responding to the massive changes we are currently undergoing.
The new wave of Italian thought, with its innovations and originality, is the focus of an international conference to be held at The Centre for Advanced Research in European Philosophy (CAREP) at King’s University College and at The Centre for the Study of Theory and Criticism at Western University, Canada. The goal of the conference is to bring together scholars and researchers to discuss and critically evaluate the new ideas and theories being developed within contemporary Italian thinking. We invite papers on themes and questions taken up by thinkers like (but not limited to): Roberto Esposito, Giorgio Agamben, Antonio Negri, Adriana Cavarero, Lea Melandri, Luisa Muraro, Franco ‘Bifo’ Berardi, Ugo Perone, Emanuele Severino, Paolo Virno, Massimo Cacciari, Luigi Pareyson, Remo Bodei, Carla Lonzi, Gianni Vattimo, Maurizio Ferraris, Vincenzo Vitiello, and Mario Perniola.
We also invite papers that look at figures in the history of philosophy, including, for example, Hegel, Marx, Vico, Machiavelli, Gramsci, Croce and Gentile, especially as they are taken up by contemporary Italian thinkers. Themes to be addressed include but are not limited to: life and biopolitics, geopolitics, aesthetics, ethics, politics, ontology, literature, science, history, psychology, religion, culture, and economics.
Abstracts of no more that 300 words should be sent to: Antonio Calcagno (acalcagn@uwo.ca) and Silvia Benso (sxbgsl@rit.edu) by January 3, 2017.
For further information or queries, please contact Antonio Calcagno (acalcagn@uwo.ca) and/or Silvia Benso (sxbgsl@rit.edu)