March 2, 2011
Deutsches Haus, Columbia University
A recent and intense interest in the concept of catastrophe has brought it back to the heart of political rhetoric, historical and philosophical research, film and other forms of representation, and, not least, to a revived and a vibrant theological discourse. Our workshop suggests a historical and an analytical discussion of the idea of catastrophe, its re-emergence in light of its past, and its contemporary appearances.
For schedule of the conference see the New York Consortium for Intellectual and Cultural History, March 2: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/cich/conf.html
or write to the organizers, Nitzan Lebovic (email@example.com) and Andreas Killen (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Dr. Andreas Killen,
Associate Professor of History
City College of New York.
Dr. Nitzan Lebovic,
Assistant Professor of History
Apter Chair of Holocaust Studies,
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