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ELEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE HANNAH ARENDT CIRCLE

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

HOSTED BY THE HANNAH ARENDT CENTER, BARD COLLEGE

 

The Hannah Arendt Circle meets annually to provide a forum for scholars from a variety of institutions and disciplinary backgrounds to present their research on Hannah Arendt. This year’s conference will be hosted by the Hannah Arendt Center at Bard College in Annandale- On-Hudson, NY on March 30–April 1, 2017. We invite submissions on any aspect of Arendt's work, including critiques and applications of her thinking. In addition to the regular program, this year’s conference will feature the following events:

 

SPECIAL BOOK PANEL, FRIDAY, MARCH 31

Artifacts of Thinking: Reading Hannah Arendt's Denktagebuch

Edited by Roger Berkowitz and Ian Storey, Fordham University Press

 

WORKING GROUPS

The Arendt Circle also hosts two working groups: I) Race, Gender and Queer Theory, and II) Hannah Arendt and Her Contemporaries.

The working groups will meet on Thursday, March 30.

For more information, please contact the working group coordinators by email.

 

 

SUBMISSIONS

Please send an abstract of the paper (750 word limit) as an email attachment (.doc or .docx).

Abstracts should be formatted for blind review and submitted to the program committee chair, Jennifer Gaffney (jgaffney@gettysburg.edu), on or before December 15th, 2016. Please indicate "Arendt Circle submission" in the subject heading of your email message. Program decisions will be announced by January 10th, 2017. Each speaker will have 35 minutes in total (20 minutes for presentation and 15 minutes for discussion). Program and information about travel and accommodation will be available by January 30th, 2017

 


PROGRAM COMMITTEE

Jennifer Gaffney, Gettysburg College, Anne O’Byrne, Stony Brook University

Roger Berkowitz, Bard College, Director of the Hannah Arendt Center for Politics and Humanities


WORKING GROUP COORDINATORS

Race, Gender, Queer Theory:

Lisa Stenmark, San Jose State University lisa.stenmark@sjsu.edu

 

Arendt and Her Contemporaries:

Kei Hiruta, University of Oxford  kei.hiruta@philosophy.ox.ac.uk

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