The 3rd annual meeting of the Association for Adorno Studies was held March 7th and 8th, 2014 at University College Dublin in Ireland. The meeting was convened at the beautiful Newman House, and was officially opened with remarks by host Brian O’Connor, Martin Shuster, and Kathy Kiloh. Continue reading
The 2nd meeting was held at Temple University on the 22nd and 23rd of March. The meeting was officially opened with remarks by Espen Hammer and Martin Shuster. The two-day event was well attended by members from Temple, the New School, University of Pennsylvania, and surrounding schools (not to mention scholars from all over the world).
The papers given were again of extremely high quality, as was the level of discussion. A spirited round table was held again on the second day, that saw the participants grappling with how to pursue critical theory within practical contexts.
Many thanks to Espen Hammer and Temple University.
The next meeting will be hosted by Brian O’Connor, at University College Dublin, Ireland.
Photo of ‘Teddy’s Bitter’s’ courtesy of Gordon Finlayson, who tracked this menu down in Philadelphia.
A belated update…but the Association has been hard at work on the journal. To recap, the inaugural meeting of the Association for Adorno Studies was held at the Johns Hopkins University on March 2nd and 3rd, 2012. The meeting was officially opened with remarks from the meeting’s organizers and association co-founders, Kathy Kiloh and Martin Shuster. The two-day event was well attended by members of the Johns Hopkins community and scholars from all over the world.
The papers given were of extremely high quality, as were the question and answer sessions, and ultimately the level of engagement of all participants was outstanding. Continue reading