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Antonio Gramsci in the world

Teach-Ins: April 3 & 5

Teach-In, Wednesday April 3. Languages 305, 9:30-11:30
Pasolini and Gramsci (Fiammetta Di Lorenzo and Mimmo Cangiano) readings here

Teach-In, Friday April 5. Friedl 240, 11:00-1:00
Gramsci and Autonomia, with an interview with Antonio Negri (Andrea Scapolo, Michael Hardt and Sandro Mezzadra) readings here

Conference: April 19-20

Friday April 19. Friedl 115, 12:00
Opening Remarks: Fredric Jameson (Duke University)

Friday April 19. Friedl 115, 12:30-3:00
Chair: Roberto Dainotto (Duke University)
Joseph Buttigieg (University of Notre Dame), ”Distortions of Gramsci and the New Lorianism”
Marcus Green (Otterbein University), “Spontaneity and Conscious Leadership: Gramsci on Subaltern Political Transformation”
Alberto Burgio (Università di Bologna), “Gramsci, historian of bourgeois society”

Friday April 19. Friedl 115, 3:30-6:00
Chair: Lawrence Grossberg (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
Stanley Aronowitz (CUNY Graduate Center), “Gramsci’s Theory of Political Organization”
Michael Denning (Yale University), “Gramsci in US and/or British cultural Studies”
Ronald Judy (University of Pittsburgh), “Gramsci on la questione dei negri: Gli Intellettuali and the Poesis of Americanization”
Massimiliano Tomba (Università di Padova), “‘Trained Gorilla’ and ‘New Human Type’. On Gramsci’s Anthropology”

Hors d’oeuvre and wine

Saturday April 20. Friedl 115, 10:00-12:00
Chair: Gustavo Furtado (Duke University)
Frank Rosengarten (CUNY Graduate Center), “Gramsci in the Caribbean”
Pu Wang (Brandeis University), “Gramsci and the Chinese Left: Reappraising a Missed Encounter”
Catherine Walsh (Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar), “Thinking Andean Abya Yala with and against Gramsci: Decolonial Ruminations on Nature, State, and Buen Vivir
Maria Elisa Cevasco (University of Sao Paolo), “Reverse Hegemony? Gramsci and Raymond Williams from Brazil”

Saturday April 20. Friedl 115, 1:00-3:00
Chair: John Martin (Duke University)
Peter Thomas (Brunel University), “Towards the Modern Prince: Gramsci’s Machiavellian Metaphor”
Ceaare Casarino (University of Minnesota), “Gramsci’s Bergson”
Harry Harootunian (Columbia University), ”Some Reflections on Gramsci in the Deprovincialization of Marx”

Saturday April 20. Friedl 115, 3:30-5:30
Chair: Lamonte Aidoo (Duke University)
Kate Crehan (CUNY Graduate Center), “Adam Smith: A Bourgeois Organic Intellectual?”
Cristina Della Coletta (University of Virginia), ”Dialogical Adaptation: Lampedusa, Gramsci, Visconti”
Cosimo Zene (SOAS, University of London), “From the regional-national to the transnational itinerary of the Philosophy of Praxis. The dialogical-dialectical Gramsci of Giorgio Baratta”

Teach-Ins (April 3 & 5)



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