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Fall 2018 Comparative Literature & Society GR8867 section 001
S CONTEMP CRITICAL THOUGHT
S CONTEMP CRITICAL THOUGH

Call Number 23171
Day & Time
Location
W 6:10pm-8:00pm
613 Hamilton Hall
Points 1
Approvals Required None
Instructor Bernard Harcourt
Type SEMINAR
Course Description This seminar will focus, each year, on a different topic central to contemporary critical thought. During the 2015-2016 academic year, for instance, the seminar focused on Michel Foucault's Coll├Ęge de France lectures and produced the Foucault 13/13 series. During the 2016-2017 academic year, the seminar focused on critical readings of Friedrich Nietzsche and produced the Nietzsche 13/13 series. During the 2017-2018 academic year, the seminar focused on modalities of uprisings and produced the Uprising 13/13 series. Similar topics will be broached in future years. Please see the CCCCT website for more details on future topics.
The graduate student seminar will be structured to frame a series of 13 formal seminars at which two or three guests, from different disciplines, will be invited to discuss the readings and present on the themes of the seminar. Each formal seminar will host specialists from across the disciplines from Columbia University and from outside campus. It will also frame and interrelate with a Paris Reading Group that will run alongside the seminar. The graduate student seminar thus will serve as the vehicle to enrich the formal 13/13 seminars and support the intellectual apparatus that will accompany those formal seminars. It will prepare entries for the blog, host the scholars invited to participate, and prepare questions and comments for the formal seminars. This seminar will function as an advanced graduate research seminar.
This is a year-long course (Y course). Columbia GSAS students will be required to take both Fall and Spring semesters of this course. No grade will be issued for the Fall semester, the credits are broken up across both semesters, 4 credits total, 1 in Fall and 3 in Spring. This course co-convenes with LAW L8866 001.
Web Site Vergil
Department Comparative Literature and Society, Institute for
Enrollment 4 students (16 max) as of 7:21PM Saturday, August 18, 2018
Subject Comparative Literature & Society
Number GR8867
Section 001
Division Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
Open To Graduate School of Arts and Science, School of the Arts, Engineering and Applied Science: Graduate, International and Public Affairs, School of Professional Studies
Campus Morningside
Section key 20183CPLS8867G001

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