This inaugural seminar will continue to tap into and reinforce the need and presence of more insight into contemporary radical philosophies in their relationship with education. This course also reinforces and works on the strands of interests generated by philosophy, cultural studies, gender and trans-cultural studies to name a few.
Our seminar features a lecture by eminent speaker, Ernesto Laclau, the foremost theorist, well known for his work on hegemony and post-Marxism.
The 1st Annual Radical Philosophies &
Education Seminars: ERNESTO LACLAU
Course Number: A&H 5010
Dates: March 30 & 31 (10:30am-4:45pm)
April 5 & 6 (10:30am-4:45pm)
April 11 (5pm-7pm) Ernesto Laclau’s lecture
All dates/times are required for class attendance.
Visit our website at http://www.tc.edu/ceoi/laclau for further information
on the Laclau lecture.
Available for 1-2 credits @ $975 per credit, or 3.0 CEUs @ $410
Instructor: John Baldacchino
Laclau will address and respond to questions from students and educators discussing his latest work: On Populist Reason. Laclau has strategically re-shaped and philosophically reoriented a whole tradition of political and socio-economic thinking, and his work on Emancipation, Contingency, along with his critique of Pragmatism and his intense, yet
critical, engagement with Deconstruction has drastically changed the horizon of radical thought.
For Registration assistance,
The Center for Educational Outreach & Innovation
Teachers College, Columbia University
525 West 120 Street
New York, New York 10027
Tel 212 678.3583
Fax 212 678.8417
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