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13 thoughts on “Guestbook”

  1. Natalie Leeder and Sam Hall said:

    Great site!

  2. I’m delighted to see the formation of this association. Too bad I didn’t know about it for the conferences in Baltmore and Philly. Is there formal membership?

  3. Stefano Ba' said:

    I have just discovered this website, great to see that there are intellectuals (sorry for the pretentious word)interested in dialectics and critical theory (and in their master, if I can add ‘him’). I am still recovering from a PhD in sociology done under the supervision of a little nice of Neurath, and trying to undo the sociological dictates of mainstream sociology through heavy doses of Adorno and related literature… Thanks to the administrators!

  4. Thanks for the great Adorno study site! My dissertation thanks you too!

  5. Federico Marcon said:

    I teach Japanese intellectual history at Princeton, but I have been reading and rereading of and about Adorno for many years now. I studied philosophy in Italy, and that education informs my work on Japan. I just discovered this website as I started reading Martin Shuster’s Autonomy After Auschwitz and I look forward to continue visiting it.

  6. Something I thought you might enjoy…

    I’ve begun a campaign to see Adorno and Horkheimer recognized with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
    My hope is to win a 2016 nomination (which will require sponsorship and the agreement of several parties).
    This will hopefully stir an interesting conversation about their work.

    To learn more, sign the petition, and spread the news, visit the page at:

    www . thestarsdowntoearth . biz


  7. Hi,
    my book on Adorno’s philosophy of language is now available.

  8. I have recorded a podcast:

    5/7/15 Adorno for Autodidacts

  9. Greetings,

    I was able to attend some of the discussions at the conference at the New School but unfortunately could not make Anna Katsman’s. Would you be able to forward me their paper, if you have a copy?

    Many thanks,

  10. Philip Hogh said:

    here is a link to a cfp for a conference on “Adorno and Politics”, which I am organizing in Istanbul in June 2016 together with Zeynep Gambetti and Volkan Cidam. Please circulate the cfp.

  11. Lois Oppenheim said:

    Can anyone give the reference for “Art knows us better than we know ourselves”?

  12. Dear The Association for Adorno Studies,

    I was wondering if you had a contact email or an online discussion space? I have a query about the literature Adorno read and was wondering if there are any Adornian scholars I could direct my question to?

    Many thanks,


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