Video: The Thesis Eleven Centre presents Professor Craig Calhoun and Professor Peter Beilharz in conversation. Craig discusses his relationship with Thesis Eleven and the interlocutors who have been formative to his social theory (including Jürgen Habermas, Pierre Bourdieu and Charles Taylor).
Please join us for the final event in the Writing Place Pushing Genre: Adventures across South Africa and Australia series.
You are invited to two workshops as part of the Writing Place, Pushing Genre series, organised by Professor Peter Beilharz.
The Thesis Eleven Centre presents a question and answer session with Professor Craig Calhoun and Professor Peter Beilharz.
3pm to 4:30pm, Wednesday the 17th of May
‘Postscripts from the Antipodes’ 28th of November 2016 City Campus, La Trobe University 360 Collins Street, Melbourne. The Thesis Eleven Centre for Cultural Sociology, Department of Social Inquiry, La Trobe University invites you to the 9th annual conference of the Castoriadis in the Antipodes Network. The Castoriadis in the Antipodes conference encourages an encounter of…
South African Papers Why read Ivan Vladislavic? The papers gathered together in this special section of Thesis Eleven offer some clues to the curious, or to those watching the detectives. Vladislavic is one of the premier writers in and of South Africa, which is to say something, as this is a rich and vibrant…
Mapping Western Australia. The Perth experience, and that of Western Australia, has differences that need to be recognized for what they are, rather than airbrushed over in the cause of generating a unified historical narrative that privileges the south-east corner of the continent and the reinforcement of Australia as a unified nation-state.