"Etienne Balibar at UCSB on March 4, 2011, 12.30-5.30, South Hall 2635: CITIZEN/SUBJECT/INSURGENT"

Event Date: 

Friday, March 4, 2011 - 12:30pm to 5:30pm

Event Location: 

  • South Hall 2635

COMMA , in the Eng. Dept. at UCSB, co-hosted a Symposium entitled "Citizen/Subject/Insurgent" on Friday Mar. 4, 12.30-5.30, in South Hall 2635, organized around the latest work of Etienne Balibar (Univ. of Paris X, and Distinguished Prof., UC Irvine) , who was one of the featured speakers. 

The symposium was co-sponsored by the Department of French and Italian, and the Consortium for Literature, Theory and Culture.

PROGRAM: 

12.30: Prof. Warren Montag, Occidental College, "Between Interpellation and Immunization: Althusser, Balibar, Esposito"

1.30: Prof. Nancy Armstrong, Duke University, "What is Contemporary Literature?"

2.30: Prof. James Ford, Occidental College, "Down By the Riverside: Race, Class and Becoming Citizen"

3.30: Prof. Etienne Balibar,
University of Paris, X and UC Irvine,
"Citizen and Subject"

4.30-5.30: Roundtable Discussion