This semester, I will be giving the following talks:
Thursday, February 6, at Harvard University, under the auspices of the Psychoanalytic Practices Seminar, which is sponsored by the Mahindra Humanities Center, I will be giving a talk entitled “Why Agamben Needs Psychoanalysis.”
Thursday, February 27, at Columbia College in Chicago, as part of the Cultural Studies Colloqium series, I will be giving a talk entitled “Creepiness and Culture.”
Friday, February 28, at the University of Chicago Divinity School, I will be a panelist for a discussion on pedagogy.
Friday, March 21 through Sunday, March 23, at the American Comparative Literature Association conference at NYU, I will be participating in a seminar entitled “Agamben, Capital, and the Homo Sacer Series: Economy, Poverty, People, Work” (which Virgil Brower and I organized) and giving a paper entitled “What is to Be Done? The Endgame of the Homo Sacer Series.”
Further details will be forthcoming as these events get closer.