CRITIQUE Virtual Author-Meets-Critics What Climate Justice Means (and Why We Should Care) with Elizabeth Cripps (Edinburgh University) – 14 June 2021, 9:30 am

A virtual Author-Meets-Critics with Elizabeth Cripps, University of Edinburgh on her forthcoming trade book, What Climate Justice Means (and Why We Should Care)  (Bloomsbury in 2022), with commentaries from academics, students and activists. Elizabeth Cripps is a senior lecturer in political theory at the University of Edinburgh and associate director […]

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CRITIQUE Exchange Healthcare as a Site of Citizen-Subjectivity: Vulnerability, Resistance, Awakening

This CRITIQUE LECTURE was held on May 12th. Sara Rushing introduced her recent book, The Virtues of Vulnerability, and discussed what she calls “citizen-subjectivity”  and how it can be produced within contexts of bodily vulnerability, particularly within mainstream healthcare in the United States. The respondent was Agomoni Ganguli-Mitra, Here is […]

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CRITIQUE Exchange Dreamworlds of Race

On April 28th, 2021, we held a virtual Author Meets Critics with Professor Duncan Bell (Cambridge University), around his book Dreamworlds of Race (2020). The respondents were: Menaka Philips, Tulane University Desmond Jagmohan, University of California Berkeley Jessica Blatt, Marymount Manhattan College Fabian Hilfrich, University of Edinburgh The event was co-sponsored […]

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CRITIQUE Virtual Lecture Climate Crisis, Institutional Denial and a Global Constitutional Convention for the Future with Stephen Gardiner (Washington) – 15 September 2021, 3 pm

In this virtual CRITIQUE Lecture Professor Stephen Gardiner starts from the assumption that we have reached crunch time for the climate and that this profound ethical challenge demands new institutions to address it. He invites us to consider a democratic possibility: that humanity should hold a global constitutional convention, akin […]

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