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Critical Theory Roundtable Comes to UC Santa Cruz
November 3, 2023 - November 4, 2023 | Humanities 2, Room 259
Next month the 30th annual Critical Theory Roundtable will take place on UC Santa Cruz’s campus in Humanities 2 Room 259 hosted by HistCon professors Banu Bargu & Massimiliano Tomba. The events will take place on November 3rd & 4th. Find the program below.
The Critical Theory Roundtable is a small, high caliber conference that represents the best of the diverse streams of critical theory in philosophy and the social sciences. In the past it has been hosted at Yale University, Northwestern, Dartmouth, the University of Toronto, and other venues across the country. It draws participants from across the US and often Europe. The conference now represents a new generation of critical theorists who are focused on diversifying the perspectives and problems in the field. This includes challenges of neoliberalism, globalization, and nationalism, and fostering creative new critical modalities in the social sciences, humanities, and arts.
This event is sponsored by the History of Consciousness Department, the Humanities Division, and The Humanities Institute.