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Chicago, IL 60637

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The Chicago Center for Contemporary Theory

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ABOUT THE CONFERENCE

WHEN /

April 12 - 13 

WHERE /

Regenstein Library Room 122

The University of Chicago

1100 E 57th St, Chicago, IL 60637

Moishe Postone, who died in March of last year, was a preeminent interpreter of Marx’s critical theory, a thinker of international renown, and a major intellectual presence at the University of Chicago, where he was the Thomas E. Donnelley Professor in the History Department and the College. Sponsored by the Chicago Center for Contemporary Theory, where he served as co-director, the conference brings together Moishe’s friends, colleagues, and intellectual collaborators. We will reflect on his ideas and further explore the broad range of topics that his thinking and writing have illuminated. We hope to conjure up something of Moishe’s sorely missed presence – his incisiveness, his breadth of interests, his political and moral passions, his wit, and his unending practice of constructive critique.

SCHEDULE AT A GLANCE

04 / 13 / 2019

13

Day 2: 3 Panels. Breakfast and Lunch provided. 

Reception to follow. Click

here to view the full schedule.

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REGISTER TO ATTEND

Registration is not required to attend,

but is encouraged as seating is limited.

Downloadable Full Schedule

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