Winter 2015

January 12th
“Democratic Theory in a Racially Unjust Reality”
James Lindley Wilson, University of Chicago

January 19th
Martin Luther King Day: No Workshop

January 26th
“Governing Children: Resistance in a Boarding School for At-Risk Youth”
Christopher Berk, University of Chicago

February 2nd
“The Problem of Oligarchic Harm”
Gordon Arlen, University of Chicago

February 9th
“History and Repetition: On War and Peace in Lebanon”
Rohit Goel, University of Chicago

February 16th
“Marx’s Epochs of Production and the Ends of Historical Periodization”
Sarah Johnson, University of Chicago

February 23rd
From Decisionism to the Decisive Letting of the New: Exception, Suspension, and Resistance in Kierkegaard (and Schmitt)
Birte Löschenkohl, University of Chicago

March 2nd
“On Judgment in Plato’s Republic: Musical Mimesis and the Question of Affect”
Nina Valiquette Moreau, University of Chicago

March 9th
“The Demandingness of Freedom: Walker and Racial Domination”
Melvin L. Rogers, UCLA