It is with deep sadness that we write to inform the Thesis Eleven community that Agnes Heller died on Friday the 19th of July, 2019. Agnes was our friend and teacher for more than 40 years. Her work appeared in our first issue, and it will continue to do so as we celebrate her life…
Emily Floyd’s current exhibition at the Anna Schwartz Gallery directly engages with Ánges Heller’s philosophical motifs and texts. Emily will be joining Agnes Heller in conversation in events organised by Thesis Eleven this coming November.
13 July – 17 August 2019
Anna Schwartz Gallery
185 Finders Street Melbourne
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…
Maria Markus. In Memoriam Issue 151, April 2019.
It is now eight years since Thesis Eleven published a Festschrift for Maria Márkus. Since then things have changed. Maria died over a year ago in September 2017. The world has been over-turned too.
Call for Papers
16-19th of November 2018, Chengdu, China.
György Markus: In Memoriam
John Grumley – John Rundell – David Roberts – Bolívar Echeverría
This issue of Thesis Eleven presents Agnes Heller’s essays. It is the first in a series of virtual special issues focusing on authors who have made significant contributions to Thesis Eleven.