Bio-Politics Today (2): Race, Gender, Identity, Populations

Faculty of Arts – Aula

Bio-Politics and their Diversity
Who: Étienne Balibar, Roberto Esposito and Antonio Negri
What: Debate
When: 7-8:15 PM
Language: French, with simultaneous translation in Czech

The Philosophy of the Migrant Condition
Who: Étienne Tassin and Étienne Balibar
What: Big Lecture
When: 8:30-9:30 PM
Language: French, with simultaneous translation in Czech

Faculty of Arts – room 217

Performing Race. On the Representation and Under-Representation of Minorities
Who: Éric Fassin
What: Short Lecture
When: 7 PM
Language: English

The Ends of Multiculturalism
Who: Pavel Barša
What: Short Lecture
When: 7:30 PM
Language: Czech

In search for ethics in times of crises. The attitudes towards others and selves
Who: Monika Rogowska-Stangret
What: Short Lecture
When: 8 PM
Language: English

The Refugee and the Bare Life
Who: Jan Bierhanzl
What: Short Lecture
When: 8:30 PM
Language: Czech

Bio-Politics and Class Politics
Who: Tamás Gáspár Miklós
What: Short Lecture
When: 9 PM
Language: English

The Foreigner As a Need
Who: Petr Kouba
What: Short Lecture
When: 10:15 PM
Language: Czech

Eternal Nations
Who: Michał Łuczewski
What: Short Lecture
When: 10:45 PM
Language: English

 



Cite this blog post
Clara Royer (2016, April 3). Bio-Politics Today (2): Race, Gender, Identity, Populations. Night of Philosophy. Retrieved June 18, 2024, from https://doi.org/10.58079/sukx