Apresentamos, abaixo, a programação do Seminário Internacional COMPÓS 2013, com o professor Lawrence Grossberg, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill – EUA. O evento acontece no dia 04 de junho, nos turnos matutino e vespertino, entre 8h e 17h.

Tema: Estudos Culturais no tempo futuro
Local: Auditório do Hotel Vila Galé, Ondina

Inscrições

Os interessados devem estar regularmente inscritos na Compós 2013. Em razão do número limitado de vagas, deve-se solicitar inscrição específica para o Seminário através do e-mail: seminariocompos2013@gmail.com.

Lawrence Grossberg, Seminar, Compós, June 2013
Syllabus

The following readings are merely suggestions for further elaboration on some of the issues, positions and themes I will discuss, should you be interested in pursuing them. I should say that some of the material I will talk about is presented — sometimes less adequately, sometime more adequately — in my latest book, Cultural Studies in the Future Tense, which will be published in Portuguese by the Federal University of Bahia Press.

1. Cultural Studies as Project and Practice

Stuart Hall, “The emergence of cultural studies and the crisis of the humanities,” October 53 (1990)

Stuart Hall, “Cultural studies and its theoretical legacies” in Cultural Studies, ed. Lawrence Grossberg, Cary Nelson and Paula Treicher (Routledge, 1991)

Lawrence Grossberg, Searching for a Centre,” Cultural Studies 27 (2013)

Lawrence Grossberg, “Stuart Hall on race and racism: cultural studies and the practice of contextualism.” In Brian Meeks (Ed.). Culture, politics, race and diaspora: The thought of Stuart Hall. Kingston: Ian Randle, 2007

Lawrence Grossberg, “Sera que os estudos culurais tem futuros?” Comunicação e Cultura, no. 6, 2008, 17-51.

David Scott, “Stuart Hall’s Ethics,” Small Axe, 2005

Jesus Martin-Barbero, “A Nocturnal Map to Explore a New Field” in Ana Del Sarto, et al., The Latin American Cultural Studies Reader

Boaventura de Sousa Santos, “World Social Forum: Toward a Counter-Hegemonic Globalization (Parts 1 and 2)” in The WSF: Challenging Empires, ed. Jai Sen and Peter Waterman (Black Rose, 2007)

“The Academic Institutionalization of Cultural Studies in Latin America.” a special issue of Cultural Studies, 26-1 (January 2012).

Wang Xiaoming, “A manifesto for cultural studies.” in One China, Many Paths (ed. Chaohua Wang).

2. Cultural Studies and economies

J.K. Gibson-Graham, “A diverse economy: rethinking economy and economic representation.” http://transformationcentral.org/solidarity/solidaritydocuments/diverseeconomies.pdf

J. Cameron and J.K. Gibson-Graham, 2003 “Feminizing the economy: metaphors, strategies, politics” Gender, Place and Culture 10, 2: 145-157

David E. Ruccio and Jack Amariglio. Ch.7. Academic and Everyday Economic Knowledges, pp. 252-288. Postmodern Moments in Modern Economics. Princeton University Press, 2003.

Karl Polanyi, The Great Transformation (Boston: Beacon Press, 1957/[1944]), Chs. 5-7, 10-12.

Lawrence Grossberg, “Modernity and Commensuration: A reading of a contemporary (economic) crisis.” Cultural Studies, 24-3 (May 2010).

Stuart Hall, “The Neo-Liberal Revolution,” Cultural Studies, 25-6 (2011)

John Clarke, “Living with/in and without neo-liberalism,” Focal—European Journal of Anthropology 51 (2008)

3. Defining the conjuncture: Politics and Philosophy

David Scott, Conscripts of Modernity

Jeremy Gilbert. “Deleuzean Politics? A survey and some suggestions.” New Formations, no. 68 (2009)

Lawrence Grossberg, “Existe lugar para os intelectuais no novo radicalismo? Três paradigmas.” In: SARAIVA, Karla; MARCELLO, Fabiana de Amorim. Estudos Culturais e Educação: desafios atuais. Canoas, RS: ULBRA, 2013. p.21-66

Lawrence Grossberg, “Cultural Studies and Deleuze-Guattari, Part1: A Polemic on Projects and Possibilities.” forthcoming.

4. Modernities

Michel Foucault. “What is enlightenment” in Essential Works of Foucault, vol. 1.

Anibal Quijano, “Coloniality and modernity/rationality.” in Globalization and the D-Colonial Question, ed. Walter Mignolo and Arturo Escobar, Special issue of Cultural Studies 21-2/3 (March/May 2007).

Arturo Escobar, “Worlds and Knowledges Otherwise,” in Ibid.

Michel-Rolph Trouillot, “North Atlantic Universals.” South Atlantic Quarterly 101:4 (Fall, 202).

Willi Goetschel, Spinoza’s Modernity (University of Wisconsin Press, 2004)

Lawrence Grossberg, “The figure of subalternity and the neoliberal future?” Nepantla: Views from South 1 (2000): 59-89.