Post-Utopian Utopias: Histories of Ideas and the Revival of Political Theory in the 1970s



Post-Utopian Utopias: Histories of Ideas and the Revival of Political Theory in the 1970s: a conversation on how the histories of political thought have been undertaken not just from philosophical or methodological perspectives, but in view of their explicitly political character.

Saturday, April 22nd, 2017
9:00am-5:00pm
Whitney Humanities Center, Room 208,
(53 Wall Street, New Haven, CT)

 

Participants include Joel Isaac (Cambridge), Duncan Kelly (Cambridge), Samuel Moyn (Harvard), Matthew Specter (Central Connecticut), Isaac Nakhimovsky (Yale), Marci Shore (Yale), Noreen Khawaja (Yale), Terry Renaud (Yale), Joanna Radin (Yale), Richard Whatmore (St. Andrews), and Karuna Mantena (Yale).

For the schedule and copies of the pre-circulated papers, please contact Isaac Nakhimovsky (isaac.nakhimovsky@yale.edu).

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