The lecture I presented at the Critical Theory Workshop’s Summer Program in Paris is now available here on the CTW’s website. It is entitled “Toward a Counter-History of French Theory,” and it took place on July 15, 2019.
Here is the discussion that I had with Jennifer Ponce de León at the Critical Theory Workshop / Atelier de Théorie Critique in Paris on June 25, 2018, entitled “The Art of Moving through the Looking Glass: Aesthetics and Revolution”:
Here is the discussion that I had with Jennifer Ponce de León and Seloua Luste Boulbina at the Critical Theory Workshop / Atelier de Théorie Critique in Paris on June 18, 2018, entitled “Is the ‘Decolonial Turn’ a Colonial Return?“:
Here is the discussion that I had with David Palumbo-Liu at the Critical Theory Workshop / Atelier de Théorie Critique in Paris on June 13, 2018, entitled “1968-2018 aller-retour: Student Uprisings, Fascist Violence & Antifascism Today”:
Here is the opening presentation that I gave at the Critical Theory Workshop / Atelier de Théorie Critique in Paris on June 11, 2018, entitled “Radicalizing Critical Theory“:
I participated in a France 24 debate entitled “Le français…and the world: Can Macron’s plan boost French influence?” (3/20/18). I argued that instead of continuing to push an imperial language on the world à la Macron, crushing innumerable local languages along the way, France should start teaching Arabic and African languages in schools as a way of addressing its colonial past and present.
Wooden Shoe Books, 704 South St., Philadelphia
March 15, 2018, 7 p.m.
The Radical Education Department (RED), which I co-founded with John-Patrick Schultz and others, hosted a discussion about anti-fascist education in both senses of this expression: i) educating ourselves about the deep and broad history of anti-fascism; and ii) mobilizing education as a weapon for anti-fascist struggles today.
I participated in a discussion of France’s new state of emergency measures on “The Debate” on France 24: “The Security of France: Has the State of Emergency Become Permanent?” (October 31, 2017). Click here to watch the video.