GSSR New Projects Seminar # 2. March 3rd. Join on Zoom3 March 2021
GSSR New Projects Seminar Series
The GSSR announces the second in our new series of seminars addressed both to doctoral students and academic staff. The seminars aim to bring together students and established researchers working in the same field, thus promoting closer interaction and future collaboration between them.
During the seminars doctoral students present for discussion well-advanced research projects, with experienced scholars from various academic centres in Poland and abroad invited to take the role of commentators.
The seminars take place on the Zoom platform and are open to all.
This next seminar is scheduled for March 3rd at 13:00 Warsaw time (CET) with Philip Højme presenting the topic, “Reading Butler as a Dialectical Thinker: Juxtaposing Butler with Adorno”, and Marcel Stoetzler (Bangor University, UK) as commentator.
Join Zoom Meeting:
Meeting ID: 827 5929 3189
Further seminars are planned for March 16th at 15:00, and March 30th at 16:00.
13:00 Murat Kök – Chair of the seminar – Welcome address
13:05 Adam Lipszyc – Subject and Dialectics in Late Modern Philosophy – Introductory remarks
13:10 Philip Højme – Reading Butler as a Dialectical Thinker: Juxtaposing Butler with Adorno
13:40 Marcel Stoetzler (Bangor University, UK) – Commentator
14:30 Closing remarks
Seminar 1 February 17th 2021
Helen Grela, Commentator: Randall Auxier (Southern Illinois University)
The Lockean and Smithian Roots of Entitlement Theory: Labor, Money, and the Transition to the Free Market system
The New Projects Seminar is funded by Narodowe Centrum Badań i Rozwoju, the project “Humanities and Social Sciences for Society and Enterprise” (POWR.03.02.00-IP.08-I019/17). The project is co-financed by the European Union from the European Social Fund under the Operational Program Knowledge Education Development 2014 – 2020.