It might seem that critical theory, which often asks about the conditions of social life, is no longer necessary when society's crises are already on the surface. But if crises themselves require new ways of researching and teaching, critical theory offers an interdisciplinary space in which study can be reorganized without the pressure to produce an immediate impact. Historical examples of this kind of reorganization include Marx's critique of political economy following the failure of . . .
Events and News
- April 6, 2021
CTE Mini-Seminar, April 6, 7, and 8: Samera Esmeir, "On the Struggle that Remains"
- April 13, 2021
Hum 260 presents: Madeline Lane-McKinley
- May 4, 2021
Hum 260 presents: Johanna Isaacson
- May 17, 2021
CTE Mini-Seminar, May 17, 18, and 20: Axelle Karera
- December 2, 2020
Black Studies Graduate Cluster Admission Initiative for 2021-22