Author Archives: grockhil

We Should Put Divestment on the Table at VU

The student movement at Stanford has succeeded in forcing the university to divest: more here. Advertisements

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Guidelines for Final Projects

5/9 Rough drafts are due Please upload your draft as a Google Document, and share it with me and the students officially enrolled in the course (please let me know if I have overlooked anyone!): jbly1@villanova.edu; kborrowm@villanova.edu; dcunnin1@villanova.edu; egurer@villanova.edu; aholmes@villanova.edu; dmesing@villanova.edu; … Continue reading

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Dissertation Defenses that Overlap with Class

“Power, Life and the Art of Government: Foucault’s Genealogy of Modern Politics” by Neil Brophy Wednesday, April 30th 2014 ~ 3pm to 5pm St. Augustine Center, DeLeon room 300 Reception to follow in The Philosophy Department Lounge     “Marx and … Continue reading

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May 1st Protest Invitation

May 1st, Thursday, 4pm, Market and 15th Street. Let’s join together to FIGHT BACK against the 1% and return International Workers’ Day to its roots as a day that builds power for all of the working class, including the unemployed, … Continue reading

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Critical Theory Workshop in Paris

Some of you have seen this, but I wanted to share the link to the CTW website so that others have it as well (feel free to circulate it since the Workshop will take place every year).

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Friday’s session will start at 5 p.m. instead of 4 p.m.

§14. Mapping the Contemporary Revolutionary Conjuncture (4/25 from 5-7:30 p.m. at The Wooden Shoe)

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Message from Northeastern Palestine Underground

Thanks to the absolutely relentless support we have received from around the world, Northeastern University has backed down on the suspension of Students for Justice in Palestine! We are reinstated and will be fully functional for the fall semester. This … Continue reading

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