Underneath our city arteries, the roadways, corridors and paths conceal a labyrinthine network of utilities and services. These invisible networks facilitate the complex delivery of services and communications essential to the smooth operation of a functioning, modern society.
Join us for this special thematic workshop exploring the status of social theory within Australian sociology. This event is co-hosted by Thesis Eleven Journal and the The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) Social Theory Thematic Group. The workshop is a part of the a week of events organised for the TASA 2022 Conference.
28 November 2022, 8:30am – 5:00pm AEDT
In-person at ACU Fitzroy, Melbourne
The workshop is open to anyone who is interested in these issues and questions. We ask you to register for catering/room capacity purposes.
This year’s Thesis Eleven Annual Lecture will be delivered by Professor Susan L. Robertson (Monash University) Left-Right, or Left Right Out? Knowledge Economies, Social Inequalities, Education and Authoritarian Populism
When: 15 July 2022, 6pm-8pm (AEST)
Where: The Melbourne Athenaeum Library, 188 Collins Street Melbourne
The Melbourne Athenaeum will this month host the launch of The Work of History: writing for Stuart Macintyre, which celebrates the eminent historian.
Thesis Eleven turns 40 this year! To celebrate we warmly invite you to attend a series of virtual conversations that we will hold with a stellar line up of scholars all around the world, who will share their perspectives as friends of the journal and as intellectuals who have closely engaged with Thesis Eleven.
This year, the fortieth anniversary of Thesis Eleven, the 20th Annual Lecture will be delivered by Founding Editor, Peter Beilharz. This event is hosted by the Thesis Eleven Forum for Social and Political Theory, La Trobe University and concludes a program of events celebrating 40 years of Thesis Eleven.
Achille Mbembe is one of the preeminent critical theorists and public intellectuals of the current and future world. His intervention is to think the world in-common and the condition of planetary entanglement…
Join Peter Beliharz and Mark Davis in discussion about Peter’s new book, ‘Intimacy in postmodern times: A friendship with Zygmunt Bauman’.
Thursday, Nov 26, 2020
7:00 – 8:00 pm AEDT
[8:00 – 9:00 am GMT]
The virtual platform HPS.CESEE and Thesis Eleven warmly invite you to a public global book talk on the biography of Zygmunt Bauman. Natalia Aleksiun (Jena/New York) and Peter Beilharz (Melbourne) will join Izabela Wagner (Warsaw) to discuss her newly published biography of Zygmunt Bauman: Bauman. A Biography (Cambridge: Polity Press 2020).