Thesis Eleven Forum for Social and Political Theory presents a public lecture delivered by Professor Michael A. Peters (Beijing Normal University). This lecture coincides with a week of workshops and conference on Global Education co-hosted by the International Education Association Australia.
Thesis Eleven wishes a very warm happy birthday to Ágnes Heller on the occasion of her 90th birthday today. Ágnes has lived through much of the Twentieth Century and continues to live well into the Twenty-first. She has experienced the worst of modernity but stayed focused on its best. Her intellectual contribution provides us with…
For more information see The Marx Collegium website The Marx Collegium is a research collective founded in 2011 at York University, Toronto. Our research has been dedicated to close textual analysis of the works of Karl Marx and the social and political impact they have had. The collective has facilitated several refereeed publications. It has…
An IPCS panel with Stefano de Pieri, Lauren Rickards, Nick Rose, Christopher Mayes. Thursday 9 May 7:30-9:30pm
Thesis Eleven editor Sian Supski features in this fascinating episode of The History Listen on RN that explores Evi Balint’s story of migration through the lens of recipe books, cooking and the kitchen radio.
Keith Tester had many friends in Melbourne, at La Trobe University and in and around Thesis Eleven. Join us to celebrate his life and achievements.
Greek Cultural Centre, 168 Lonsdale St, Melbourne: 12 Floor.
5.30 pm, Friday 22 February
‘Cornelius Castoriadis and the project of Autonomy in Greco-Western Civilization’
This public lecture concluded a day meeting at the Greek Cultural Centre in Melbourne celebrating and examining the intellectual contribution of Cornelius Castoriadis.