The Frankfurt School and Antisemitism revisited
A CJCR Colloquium
With Jack Jacobs, Thomas Wheatland, and Eva-Maria Ziege
24–25 June 2010
Venue: Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge CB3 0BU
Jack Jacobs, Thomas Wheatland, and Eva-Maria Ziege will speak in detail not only about their findings but also about the process of their research and their motivation in approaching the Frankfurt School and its attempts to grapple with antisemitism. Christine Achinger (University of Warwick), Marcel Stoetzler (Visiting Fellow, CJCR), and Lars Fischer (Academic Director, CJCR) will offer short responses to these talks, followed by open debate.
The programme also includes a book launch at Heffers bookstore (19 Trinity Street, Cambridge CB2 1TB) at 6.30pm on 24 June. Michael Mack (Durham) will present his new book on Spinoza and the Specters of Modernity. The Hidden Enlightenment of Diversity from Spinoza to Freud (Continuum, forthcoming).
Further information and the registration form are available on the CJCR website.
A small number of bursaries will be available for graduate students (see registration form for details).
If you have specific queries please contact Lars Fischer.
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