The Centre for Social and Political Thought (University of Sussex) is hosting a one-day conference on the 6th August 2009 to commemorate the fortieth anniversary of the death of Theodor W. Adorno.
Anyone interested in presenting at this event is invited to submit either a paper proposal or abstract (no more than 500 words) to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include with proposals/abstracts your full name, email address, institutional affiliation, and position within institution.
We welcome papers on any issue directly related to (or influenced by) Adorno’s work – areas of interest may include aesthetics, memory, technology, ethics, politics, ideology, literature, theory/praxis, fetishism, culture and critique, as well as Adorno’s legacies, influence and contemporary relevance.
The deadline for receiving abstracts or paper proposals has been extended until the 30th June 2009. Time allocations for presentations will be 45 minutes (25-30mins for the paper, with an additional 15-20mins for questions).
We have three key speakers confirmed for the conference. They are Prof. Max Paddison (University of Durham), Drew Milne (University of Cambridge), and Nicholas Joll (Open University). please send abstracts/proposals via email to either Simon Mussell email@example.com or Chris O’Kane firstname.lastname@example.org