With Steve Goodman, Craig Willse, Patricia Ticineto Clough, Una Chung, Randy Martin, May Joseph, Luciana Parisi, & Jasbir Puar
Under the auspices of neoliberalism, technical systems of compliance and efficiency have come to underwrite a biopolitics of war, terror, and surveillance. On the occasion of the publication of Beyond Biopolitics: Essays on the Governance of Life and Death, join an international panel of distinguished critical theorists, first convened at the Graduate Center in 2006, to discuss the value of the concept of biopolitics in addressing issues of governance and economy from the latter decades of the twentieth century to current geopolitical conditions of life and death.
Lecture: Luciana Parisi (Centre for Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths College, University of London).
Roundtable: Patricia T. Clough (Sociology and Women’s Studies, The Graduate Center, CUNY); Craig Willse (Sociology and Anthropology, College of Wooster); Jasbir Puar (Women's & Gender Studies, Rutgers University); Una Chung (Global Studies, Sarah Lawrence); Randy Martin (Art and Public Policy, NYU); Eugene Thacker (Media Studies, The New School); and Luciana Parisi (Centre for Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths College, University of London).