⇒ On 1 July 2017 I was named the Peter Sourian Senior Lecturer in the Humanities at Bard College. As of 1 September 2017 I joined the Hannah Arendt Center for Politics and the Humanities as a Senior Fellow.
⇒Here are some upcoming events:
—17October, 2017 I’ll be in conversation with artist Matt Mullican at The Wandering Image: Plato and Contemporary Artistic Pratice
—in November, 2017 I’ll be at Vanderbilt University for a conference on Hannah Arendt, in connection with the publication of the complete critical edition of her work
⇒Here are some recent events:
—September 25, 2017: presentation on Nietzsche and Arendt at the Mellon Sawyer Seminar “Humanity and Technology at the Crossroads: Where Do We Go From Here?,” at Boston University
—in June, 2017 I presented, with Wout Cornelissen, on Hannah Arendt’s The Life of the Mind and on Nietzschesource at the first-ever gathering of the editorial team for the Critical Edition of the Writings of Hannah Arendt; this was linked to a meeting of the Cinepoetics research group at the Freie Universität in Berlin
—in June, 2017 I attended the second retreat of the Social Science Research Council‘s new project, Fostering Liberal Arts Knowledge and Connections
—8-11 January 2017 in Swarthmore, Ira Katznelson and I led a retreat focused on popular sovereignty. This is the inaugural meeting in the Social Science Research Council‘s new project, Fostering Liberal Arts Knowledge and Connections. See a working draft of my original proposal for the project here.
—24 February 2017 was the premier of an excerpt from Stranger Love: An Opera in Three Acts as part of the First Take festival in Los Angeles. A video recording of parts of Act I, Scenes V and VI is available here.
⇒The newsletter of the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation published this piece on the digital humanities.
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—The Point, a print and digital magazine of philosophical writing published twice a year. I’ve served on the Editorial Board since the magazine was founded in 2009. Follow on Twitter for the latest news: @the_point_mag
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