What does the financial crisis of 2007-2008 and our ongoing catastrophe have to do with the recent surge of scholarly interest in speculative philosophy? How do proliferating materialisms engage with, or symptomatize, toxic collateralized debt obligations? What is the shared terrain of speculative action, and where does political action intervene to remake that terrain?
InterCcECT is pleased to welcome Josh Robinson (Cardiff University) for a special works-in-progress session on Speculative Capital, Thursday 6 October. Join us at 4pm at the UIC Institute for the Humanities, 701 S Morgan St (Blue Line: UIC/Halsted). Pre-circulated paper available by request to interccect at gmail.
Josh will also be at the Poetry&Poetics workshop at UofC on Monday 10 October.
Also on our fall calendar:
Etienne Balibar and Veronica Gago at 3CT, 28 October
Debt Dialogues at Northwestern
Aaron Schuster at InterCcECT, 28 November (ditto)
Knox Peden at UIC, 2 December (ditto)