Event: Thesis Eleven Annual Lecture – Jeffrey Alexander and Peter Beilharz

Melbourne, June 28, 2023.

How Did We Get to Here? A Conversation with Jeffrey Alexander and Peter Beilharz

This year’s Thesis Eleven Annual Lecture will take the form of a conversation between Professor Jeffrey Alexander (Yale University) and Thesis Eleven Founding Editor, Professor Peter Beilharz. This event is hosted by Thesis Eleven and sponsored by the Greek Centre for Contemporary Culture.

Article: “You all ok?” The Impossibility of Being Alright amid Mass Violence

by Christopher G. Robbins

In response to the 17th mass shooting in only 14 days of February 2023, or the 71st mass shooting in 45 days of 2023 in the U.S, this time at Michigan State University, my friend who lives a world away in Australia wrote a short, caring message, “You all ok? Re Lansing?” I live approximately 60 miles away from Lansing and have colleagues who work there and close friends whose children attend school there.

Some contexts of Jeremy Beckett 1931-2022

by Tim Rowse

Jeremy Beckett died in Sydney 8 December 2022. Thesis Eleven is proud to honour his memory with this appreciation of Jeremy and his work, revised by Tim Rowse from an earlier version published in Encounters with Indigeneity: Writing about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples. We are grateful to both Tim Rowse and Aboriginal Studies Press for the opportunity to republish this work in celebration of Jeremy’s life and work

Issue 173, December 2022 – Fighting with the Other

Contributors: Emre Amasyalı, John A. Hall, Mohammed Sulaiman, Kalli Drousioti, Marianna Papastephanou, María Esperanza Casullo, Rodolfo E. Colalongo, Loïc Wacquant, Michael Wayne, Elizabeth S. Goodstein, Austin Harrington, Thomas Kemple, Nicola Marcucci, Christine Magerski, Angie Sassano, J.F. Dorahy