[MGSA-L] Fwd: Fwd: Critchley, Tsoukalas, Kalyvas The Right to be Different: Difference and Self-Determination in a Globalized World

Neni Panourgia np255 at columbia.edu
Wed Apr 6 09:31:53 PDT 2011






*The Right to be Different:*

*Difference and Self-Determination in a Globalized World*


Wednesday, April 13, 2011

7:00 p.m.

Onassis Cultural Center

*Please join us for a stimulating conversation with:*

Simon Critchley**

*Simon Critchley *

Chair of Philosophy

The New School for Social Research

Professor Critchley is also moderator of the /New York Times/ online 
philosophy series "The Stone." His last book is /How to Stop Living and 
Start Worrying /(Polity, 2010); /The Faith of the Faithless/ is 
forthcoming from Verso.

*Andreas Kalyvas *

Associate Professor of Political ScienceAndreas Kalyvas

The New School for Social Research

Professor Kalyvas's current research is oriented on the one hand toward 
questions of constituent power and radical democratic politics and, on 
the other, toward the overlapping of tyranny and dictatorship in Western 
political thought. He is currently completing a book provisionally 
entitled /Legalizing/ /Tyranny: Constitutional Dictatorship and the 
Enemy Within/.


Konstantinos Tsoukalas*Konstantinos Tsoukalas*

Professor Emeritus of Sociology

Department of Political Science

Universityof Athens

Visiting Professor

Institute for Comparative Literature and Society


Professor Tsoukalas is the author of numerous articles and books, the 
latest of which is /The Invention of Alterity/, published in Athens in 
2011. His recent work is focused on questions of political corruption 
and on the actual transformations of the idea of liberty.


*Gordon N. Bardos *Gordon Bardos

Assistant Director

The Harriman Institute


Mr. Bardos's research focuses on problems of nationalism and ethnic 
conflict, and he is a frequent commentator on the Balkans in the U.S. 
and European press. He serves as the Executive Director of the 
Association for the Study of Nationalities (ASN), and as a Balkans 
analyst for Freedom House's //Freedom in the World////series.//

*Seating is limited. *

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