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Hegel and Marx on the Global Crisis

Conference
Hegel and Marx on the Global Crisis
22.-23. October 2012, University of Warsaw

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Conference Program
University of Warsaw, Central Campus  Kazimierzowski Palace – Brudziński`s Hall

Sunday, 21 October

18.00-23.00 Opening party – Harenda Restaurant, Krakowskie Przedmieście 4/6

Monday, 22 October

09.30 Registration

10.00 Conference inauguration and welcome of participants

10.30 Andreas Arndt (Berlin, Germany): Keynote speech – Hegel, Marx and Freedom
Discussion

12.00 Harry Cleaver (Austin, Texas – USA): Rupturing the Dialectic: The Struggle against Work, Financial Crisis and Beyond
Discussion

13.00-13.15 Coffee break

13.15 Jakub Kloc-Konkołowicz (Warszawa, Poland): Marxian Critique of Hegel’s Dialectic of Recognition
Discussion

14.00 Lunch – Harenda Restaurant, Krakowskie Przedmieście 4/6

16.00 Tommaso Redolfi Riva (Florence, Italy): Bailey and Ricardo in Marx’s Presentation of the Form of Value
Discussion

16.45 Michał Herer (Warszawa, Poland): Beyond speculation

17.30 Coffee break

17.45 Joanna Bednarek (Poznań, Poland): The Crisis of Capitalism in Three Feminist Dystopias
Discussion

18.30 Janusz Ostrowski (Warszawa, Poland): Dialectic of Secularization
Discussion

19.15 Ewa Majewska (Kraków, Poland): A Marxist Legacy. Love and Revolution in the Contemporary Socialist Feminism
Discussion

20.00 Lino Veljak (Zagreb, Croatia): Re-Thinking Hegel’s and Marx’s Actuality
Discussion

Tuesday, 23 October

10.00 Pirmin Stekeler-Weithofer (Leipzig, Germany): Keynote speech – Hegel and Marx downside up. How realism and idealism dialectically swap their places in Hegelian ‘social democratic’ liberalism and Marxian communist Utopia
Discussion

11.30 Riccardo Bellofiore (Bergamo, Italy): Lost in translation? Once again on the Marx-Hegel connection
Discussion

12.30 Coffee break

12.45 Owen Hatherley (London, UK): Urban Machine: Marx and Engels on the English Industrial City
Discussion

13.30 Krystian Szadkowski (Poznań, Poland): Reading Marx in the times of double crisis. Higher education system as a site of production, exploitation and struggle
Discussion

14.15 Lunch – Harenda Restaurant, Krakowskie Przedmieście 4/6

16.00 Andrzej Przyłębski (Poznań, Poland): Hegel’s political theory as a source of cultural critique
Discussion

16.45 Małgorzata Kowalska (Białystok, Poland): The “Global Crisis” as an Invitation to Leaving History
Discussion

17.30 Coffee break

17.45 Boyan Znepolski (Sofia, Bulgaria): Transforming social critique in times of crisis: from pragmatism back to Marx
Discussion

18.30 Michał Kozłowski (Warszawa, Poland): Marxism and Social Sciences
Discussion

19.45 Tomasz Wiśniewski (Warszawa, Poland): Historical Materialism as a Theory of Freedom
Discussion

20.30 Closing of the conference

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