The Final Syllabus (Sent by Email on April 23)

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Post by Yael on Mon May 14, 2018 12:38 pm

Migration, Exile, Citizenship
Week 1 (March 19)
Introduction; Hannah Arendt, “We, Refugees”

Week 2 (March 26)
Michael Fullilove, World Wide Webs: Diasporas and the International System Sandro Mezzadra, “The Right to Escape”

Week 3 (April 9)
Ayelet Shahar, The Birthright Lottery

Week 4 (April 16)
Charles Taylor, A Secular Age

Week 5 (April 23)
Gil Anidjar, “Secularism,” Critical Inquiry 33, no. 1 (Autumn 2006): 52-77.
Week 6 (May 7)
Saba Mahmood, Politics of Piety

Climate Change
Week 7 (May 14)
John T. Hardy, Climate Change: Causes, Effects, and Solutions (“Policy, Politics, and Economics of Climate Change,” 221-230). Guest lecture: Dr. Dirk Notz, The Max Planck Institute for Meteorology

Week 8 (May 25; *class is on Friday)
Naomi Klein, This Changes Everything

Week 9 (May 28)
George Marshall, Don’t Even Think about It: Why our Brains are Wired to Ignore Climate Change

Liberal Economy & the Arts
Week 10 (June 4)
Ronald Dworkin, “Can a Liberal State Support Art”? Guest Lecture: Dr. Ronald Wetzel, Die Beauftragte der Bundesregierung für Kultur und Medien

Week 11 (June 11)
Lambert Zuidervaart, Art in Public: Politics, Economics, and a Democratic Culture Guest Lecture: Marie von der Heydt, Berlin

Week 12 (June 18)
Eitan Wilf, School for Cool: The Academic Jazz Program and the Paradox of Institutionalized Creativity


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