This is the first part of a lecture delivered by Agnes Heller at the 2018 International Conference on Marxist Critical Theory in Eastern Europe hosted by Sichuan University and co-sponsored by Thesis Eleven. Heller discusses the life and work of her mentor and teacher György Lukács.
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.
‘How Memory Survives: Descendants of Auschwitz survivors and the progenic tattoo’. The Sociology Program at La Trobe University invites you to the Agnes Heller Annual Sociology Lecture. This year’s lecture will be delivered by Professor Alice Bloch, University of Manchester. 17 November
Thesis Eleven Centre for Cultural Sociology Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences La Trobe University University of Melbourne and Thesis Eleven Centre Public Lecture Invasive Technification Gernot Böhme This lecture deals with the question: what does the progressive technification mean to our existence as humans. Two changes in technology are here important: Technology can no…