CTE Mini-Seminar, April 6, 7, and 8: Samera Esmeir, "On the Struggle that Remains"

 Critical Theory at UCI     Apr 6 2021 - Apr 8 2021 | 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM Zoom

Critical Theory Emphasis is happy to host
Dr. Samera Esmeir for our annual Mini-Seminar:

Tues., April 6, 3-5pm PST: Mini-seminar RSVP HERE

Wed., April 7, 3-5pm PST: “The Struggle that Remains: Between World and International” (public lecture) RSVP for the Public Lecture herehttps://bit.ly/SELecture

Thurs., April 8, 3-5pm PST: Mini-seminar RSVP HERE

The two seminars that bookend Wednesday’s lecture are aimed primarily at graduate students undertaking or considering the Critical Theory Emphasis, but all are welcome. Short readings will be distributed in advance, which you can request by completing this REGISTRATION FORM.

Samera Esmeir is associate professor in the Department of Rhetoric at the University of California, Berkeley. She is the author of Juridical Humanity: A Colonial History (Stanford UP, 2012). She has also published articles on such questions as memory, war, violence, coloniality, disaster, and internationalism. She is currently writing a second book, titled The Struggle that Remains: Between World and International. Esmeir is the senior editor of Critical Times: Interventions in Global Critical Theory.