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MARXIST LITERARY GROUP

MARXIST LITERARY GROUP the ohio state university june 23-28, 2013
MARXIST LITERARY GROUP the ohio state university june 23-28, 2013
MARXIST LITERARY GROUP the ohio state university june 23-28, 2013
MARXIST LITERARY GROUP the ohio state university june 23-28, 2013
MARXIST LITERARY GROUP the ohio state university june 23-28, 2013
MARXIST LITERARY GROUP the ohio state university june 23-28, 2013
MARXIST LITERARY GROUP the ohio state university june 23-28, 2013
MARXIST LITERARY GROUP the ohio state university june 23-28, 2013
MARXIST LITERARY GROUP the ohio state university june 23-28, 2013
MARXIST LITERARY GROUP the ohio state university june 23-28, 2013
MARXIST LITERARY GROUP the ohio state university june 23-28, 2013
MARXIST LITERARY GROUP the ohio state university june 23-28, 2013
MARXIST LITERARY GROUP the ohio state university june 23-28, 2013

the ohio state university june 23-28, 2013

SUNDAY|

9:15-9:30

11:05-12:20

12:20-1:30

Welcome! Cunz Hall room 180

Immaterial Labor and Communities of Practice

Lunch

9:30-10:45

Globalization and the Spaces of Criticism I

Seth Josephson Calm Point in a Storm:

Thich Nhat Hanh’s Political Praxis as Activism without Resistance

Daniel Norford The Cosmopolitan Passion: Digital Media and South Africa’s Post-National Subjects

Brad Freeman Asian American Radical Literatures:

Transnationalism, the Proletarian Novel, and the Depression

Craig Peariso ’Get Involved’: Partici- pation and/as Form

Ben Turk The Art Scab

How to Pick it Off

and

Lucas Johnson No Room For Class:

Learner-Centered Composition, Academic Labor, and the Piece Wage

1:30-2:45
1:30-2:45

2013

3:00-4:15

(Mis)representa- Lukacs’ Relevance

tions: Class, Ethics and the Academy

4:30-5:45

Reading Group:

Introduction to The Grundrisse led by Jaafar Aksikas

Eui Kang Lukács and ‘Thing’

Sein Oh Lukácsian Dialectics and Romantic Conflicts: Labor, Class, and the Problem of the Subject

Robert T. Collins Rehabilitating Bakhtin, or, the Use of a Dialectical Theory of Language

Melissa Macero The Back Door:

Representing Class Differences in Hawthorne and Faulkner

Kyle Chalker The Skinny on Pseudo-Activism and Capital

MONDAY|

MONDAY| 2013 8:30-9:20 9:35-10:50 11:05-12:20 12:20-1:30 1:30-2:45 3-4:15 4:30-5:45 Poetry and

2013

8:30-9:20

9:35-10:50

11:05-12:20

12:20-1:30

1:30-2:45

3-4:15

4:30-5:45

Poetry and

Genre and

Representing

Lunch

Reading Group:

Violent Ends:

Languages of

Political Potential

Literary-Critical

Capital, Reading

Capitalism and

Capitalism

Yonina Hoffman

Intervention

Marx

Marx and Wertkritik led by Neil Larsen

Crisis

Peter Gardner

’The Pleasure

Julie Fiorelli

Joel Wainwright

Neil Larsen

Capital as a Social

No Romance

of Making

Race Not Erased:

Reading Capital

Violence, Crisis and

without Finance

Sense’: Revision, Aesthetics, and Politics in Two

The Utopian Novel of the Turn of the Twentieth Century

with Being and Time

De-Societalization:

‘Death Drive’

Kanishka Chowdhury

Versions of Lyn Hejinian’s My Life

Perry Miller

Bécquer Seguín Marx’s Spain:

Mela Heestand

'Tomorrow there will be more of us':

Jen Phillis What Can Lyric Represent?

Essaying Imagination through a Comparative Psychoanalytic

Representation, Collective Subjec- tivity, and the Asiatic Mode of Production

Social Death on the Margins of Capital in Bolaño's 2666

Countering Rights Discourse in Indra Sinha's Animal's People

Reading of Testimonio

Richard Daniels Radical Thought

Laura Hudson We Need to Talk About Violence:

Matthew Hadley

Resistance Memoirs

David Lawrimore The Novelist as Organic Intellectual; Or, Transcoding Early American Studies

& Action: The Question of Marx

Allegories of Capital in Atwood and Shriver

’David, What Do You Have to Say?’:

Representing the Service Worker in Ridley Scott’s Prometheus, and the Limits to Solidarity

TUESDAY|

TUESDAY| 2013 8:30-9:45 10:00-11:15 11:30-12:20 12:20-2:00 2:00-3:15 3:30-4:45 5:00-6:15 Production

2013

8:30-9:45

10:00-11:15

11:30-12:20

12:20-2:00

2:00-3:15

3:30-4:45

5:00-6:15

Production and its

Aesthetic Form

Marxism and

Lunch

Reading Group:

Subjectivity,

Idea of

Representations

and the Culture

Political Strategy

Social Relations,

Communism I

Thomas Laughlin

Industry

Eugene Holland

Eugene Holland’s Nomad Citizenship

and Resisting Capital

Barbara Foley

History as Desire:

Kate Lawless

Minor Marxism and

led by Eugene

Communist

Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights

Symbolic Enclosures:

the Slow-Motion General Strike

Holland

Jason Read Transindividuality:

Horizons

and the Birth of

Primitive Accumula-

Vincent Adiutori

A

Concept for

Anna Einarsdottir

Capitalism

tion and the Politics

Andrew Culp

Marxism?

The Saintly Rebel:

James Duggan Naming the System?: Repre-

of Memory

’Am I Not

Escape: Toward a Negative Definition of Empire

Miriam Tola Always Already More Than Human:

From the Subject of Truth to the Proletariat

sentation under Real Subsumption

I?’: Cultural Commodities

Virno, Simondon and the Preindividu-

Gino Signoracci Representations of

Sarah Vitale

Speaking Ironically

al

Common

Marxism in an Age of Global Revolt

Marx and the

Jeff Williams

Gabriel Piser

Dialectic of

The Plutocratic

Love in a Hopeless

Production and Creation

Imagination

Place: Affinity, Precarity, and Political Resistance

WEDNESDAY|

WEDNESDAY| 2013 8:30-9:20 9:35-10:50 11:05-12:20 12:15-1:30 1:30-2:45 3:00-4:15 4:30-5:45 6:00-7:15

2013

8:30-9:20

9:35-10:50

11:05-12:20

12:15-1:30

1:30-2:45

3:00-4:15

4:30-5:45

6:00-7:15

Representing

Globalization

Representing

Lunch

Reading Group:

Finance,

Representing

Room:

Gender and

and the Spaces

Communism

Speculation and

Revolution

Psychology 02

Race

of Criticism II

Communisation

Politics

 

Adam Carlson

led by Joe

Matt Applegate

Paul Smith

Joel Woller

Maria Elisa

Regina Martin

Representing

Ramsey and Brent

Kevin Floyd

Michael Swacha

‘Guerrilla

Flowback: The

Red Feminism,

Cevasco

Pure Tolerance:

Ryan Bellamy

Finance, Bios,

Seeing’:

End of Global-

Popular Education, and the United Electrical Workers at Mid-century

The Uses of Cultural Theory

Not Your Friendly Family-Owned

for a Marcusian Approach to Neoliberal Intolerance

Donald Hedrick

and the Practice of Abstraction

Speculating on Labor-power:

Aesthetics, Subjectivity, and Mediatization in Emile de Antonio’s Underground

ization as They Know it

Capitalism:

The Slogan:

Considerations

Jonathan

Finance

Vulgar Discursive

on the

David Janzen

Norman Mack

Pimenthel

Capitalism, the

Self-Represen-

Revolutionary

Crises, Riots and

Representing

Investor-Owned

tation

Potential of the

the Dialectics of

Race as an Irrational Commodity

Corporation, and the Modernist Poetics of

Grover Furr Recent

Capitalist/Worker Relationship

Excess

Conrad’s

Developments

Ricky Crano

’Bloom Hero:

Nostromo

in the ‘Katyn

Self-Representa-

Badiou, Tiqqun,

 

Massacre’: What

tion in the Cast of

and the Subject

 

Tahseen Kazi

Do We Know,

Homo Financius:

of Politics’

On Confronting

What Do We Not

Remarks on

Biopolitical

Know, and How

Gary Becker’s

Global

Do We Know It?

(Post)human

Governance

Capitalist

THURSDAY|

THURSDAY| 2013 8:00-8:50 9:05-10:20 10:35-11:50 11:50-1:00 1:00-2:15 2:30-4:05 4:20-5:45 6-7:15

2013

8:00-8:50

9:05-10:20

10:35-11:50

11:50-1:00

1:00-2:15

2:30-4:05

4:20-5:45

6-7:15

Rethinking

‘Argo Fuck

Value Criticism

Lunch

Reading Group:

Aesthetics,

Room:

Room:

Situationism

Yourself’:

and Beyond

Autonomy and

Psychology002

Psychology 02

Controversy,

Wertkritik

the Presence

Brett Zehner

Ideology and

Jeff Diamanti

led by Elmar

of the Artwork

Idea of

Michael Hardt

The Schizo

the Academy

Capital Projects

Flatschart and

Communism II

An ABC of

Stroll: Updating

Awards

After Public

Mathias Nilges

Bev Best

Communism

Psychogeogra-

Works.

Rethinking a

phy in the Age of

Demetrius Noble

Marxian Critique

Joe Ramsey

Semiocapitalism

Django and the

Bret Benjamin

of Ideology

Towards a

Black Critic

Reflections on

Portable

Matt Brenn

the Wertkritik

Mathias Nilges

Emilio Sauri

Communism:

Thinking Outside

Stephen

Translations:

The Work of Art

Reflections on

a Box with No

Ferguson

Class, Nation,

in the Age of

Verso's 'Pocket

Borders: Late

Slave Revolt or

Value

the Economy’s

Communism'

Capitalism,

Black Revenge

Cultural

Series.

Spectacle, and Transgression

Fantasy? Reading Django

Elmar Flatshcart The Commodity

Regulation or, Aesthetics and

Bruno Bosteels

as a Political Film

and its Other

Politics After

TBA

Pat Keeton Representing the

Autonomy

Enemy Within:

Autonomy after

Homeland, The

Autonomy, or

Americans, and

Literature and

the Need to

Posthegemony

Justify Increased Domestic

Daniel Stout

Surveillance

Aesthetics and

 

the Novel

FRIDAY|

FRIDAY| 2013 8:30-9:45 10-11:15 11:30-12:20 12:20-1:30 1:30-2:45 3-4:15 4:30-5:45 BBQ Green

2013

8:30-9:45

10-11:15

11:30-12:20

12:20-1:30

1:30-2:45

3-4:15

4:30-5:45

BBQ

Green Marxism

Science Fiction,

Transcoding

Lunch

Business

Cultures of Oil

Room:

Utopia and

Lukacs

Meeting

Psychology 02

Bill Sacks

History

Michael

and Gregory

Oded Nir

Poindexter

Fredric Jameson

Meyerson

Myka

Immanent Total-

Oil, Space

The Aesthetics of

Beyond Green

Tucker-Abramson

ization: Lukacs

and National

Singularity

Dogma:

Looking for Labor

and Spinozist

Imaginaries:

Rethinking

in the 1950s

Marxism

Discursive

Nuclear Power

productions by

 

Brent Bellamy

Brittany Murray

Standard Oil

Hyeseon Jeong

Valences of the

Subjects

New Jersey

Homo

Residual

Interrupted: a

post-WWII

Sacer under Construction:

Mark Soderstrom

Marxist Theory of Trauma

Ericka Beckman

the Contested

Red Planets:

Oil-Rubber-Ba-

Landscape of the

The Politics of

nana: The

Jeju Naval Base

Work in Modern

commodity in

Speculative

Latin American

Fiction

Fiction