Lectures Archive

  •   “Non-Movements and the Power of the Ordinary”   This talk explores what the ordinary people (in the Middle East) do to get around and resist the severe constraints the […] 0

    Asef Bayat

      “Non-Movements and the Power of the Ordinary”   This talk explores what the ordinary people (in the Middle East) do to get around and resist the severe constraints the […]

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  •   “The Politics of Humanitarianism Beyond the Human”   Miriam Ticktin is an Associate Professor of Anthropology at the New School. She received her PhD in Anthropology at Stanford University […] 0

    Miriam Ticktin

      “The Politics of Humanitarianism Beyond the Human”   Miriam Ticktin is an Associate Professor of Anthropology at the New School. She received her PhD in Anthropology at Stanford University […]

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  •   “The U.S. and Palestine”   Renowned journalist Glenn Greenwald  came to Bard to speak on Palestine and America’s involvement in the conflict. Greenwald has written as a blogger on political […] 0

    Glenn Greenwald

      “The U.S. and Palestine”   Renowned journalist Glenn Greenwald  came to Bard to speak on Palestine and America’s involvement in the conflict. Greenwald has written as a blogger on political […]

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  •   Michel Agier is Professor of Anthropology and Director of the Centre for African Studies at the Ecole des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris. He has written extensively on […] 0

    Michel Agier

      Michel Agier is Professor of Anthropology and Director of the Centre for African Studies at the Ecole des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris. He has written extensively on […]

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  •   “Art, Protest and Clash of Rights in Russia”   Dimitri Dubrovsky is Associate Professor in the program of International Relations, Political Science, and Human Rights at Smolny College in […] 0

    Dimitri Dubrovsky

      “Art, Protest and Clash of Rights in Russia”   Dimitri Dubrovsky is Associate Professor in the program of International Relations, Political Science, and Human Rights at Smolny College in […]

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  •   Professor Teachout is a professor of law at Fordham University. Her background is in laws governing political behavior domestically and abroad. She is a specialist on corruption and its […] 0

    Zephyr Teachout

      Professor Teachout is a professor of law at Fordham University. Her background is in laws governing political behavior domestically and abroad. She is a specialist on corruption and its […]

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  •   “Beyond ‘Muslim Rage’: Making Sense of ‘Anti-Americanism’ in the Islamic World?”   In early September, the release of an amateurish video produced in the United States set off a […] 0

    Moustafa Bayoumi and Charles Anderson

      “Beyond ‘Muslim Rage’: Making Sense of ‘Anti-Americanism’ in the Islamic World?”   In early September, the release of an amateurish video produced in the United States set off a […]

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  •   Breaking the Silence is an organization of veteran combatants who have served in the Israeli military since the beginning of the Second Intifada and who have taken it upon […] 0

    Breaking the Silence

      Breaking the Silence is an organization of veteran combatants who have served in the Israeli military since the beginning of the Second Intifada and who have taken it upon […]

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  •   Alessandro Petti founded and directs the Decolonizing Architecture Art Residency, a lab and studio for propositions about the politics of space, in Beit Sahour, with Sandi Hilal and Eyal […] 0

    Alessandro Petti

      Alessandro Petti founded and directs the Decolonizing Architecture Art Residency, a lab and studio for propositions about the politics of space, in Beit Sahour, with Sandi Hilal and Eyal […]

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  •   “Pastoral in Palestine”   Neil Hertz taught literature for many years at Cornell and Johns Hopkins. He is the author of The End of the Line (1985) and George […] 0

    Neil Hertz

      “Pastoral in Palestine”   Neil Hertz taught literature for many years at Cornell and Johns Hopkins. He is the author of The End of the Line (1985) and George […]

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