RANCIÈRE AND AFFECT

One of the main ways I try to think about the political implications of improvisations is through Rancière. I won’t go into all of it here, but part of what this involves is linking up Rancière’s political thought with affect theory. I do this not only because Rancière’s politics make sense with the kind of … Continue reading RANCIÈRE AND AFFECT

Comparative Studies Departmental Conference

Hello. If you are around and inclined, there will be a departmental conference on April 17. My brother made the poster: This will be a nice opportunity to see the various things Comparative Studies people are getting into, as the conference is just meant as an opportunity to present some of the work that’s been … Continue reading Comparative Studies Departmental Conference