Please see an invitation on behalf of the University of Cambridge, with Mark Devenney:


We are delighted to be able to invite you to the inaugural event of the new Faculty Research Seminar series: Cultural Production and Social Justice.


The series will open this Friday, 9th Feb., 1-2pm, in Seminar Room 3, Alison Richards Building with what promises to be a fascinating talk by our guest from Brighton, Professor Mark Devenney:


‘Fiktionsbescheinigung: Thinking the Violent Fictions of Citizenship with Erpenbeck and Shibli.’


Lunch and biscuits will be provided with the talk. Everyone is very welcome to attend without the need for reservation, but RSVPs (to are appreciated to get a sense of numbers for catering purposes.


We will also be screening the event on Zoom via the link provided at the bottom of this email.


About our speaker: Mark Devenney is Co-Director of the Centre for Applied Philosophy, Politics and Ethics at the University of Brighton. He has published widely on contemporary critical theories and radical politics.


About the CPSJ Seminar Series: The Cultural Production and Social Justice seminars will bring together colleagues and postgraduate students working on different themes, media, languages, time periods, and theoretical frameworks relating to questions of cultural production and social justice. Kindly supported by the Faculty Research Workshop scheme, the seminars aims to provide a space for intellectual exchange and for exploring potential collaborations for research, teaching, and funding applications. The seminar series builds on the work of the research group Cultural Production and Social Justice, founded in 2019.


Attached please find a poster with details of the next talk.


Please feel free to reach out if you have questions.


With best wishes,

Melina Mandelbaum, Sarah Colvin, Charlotte Woodford, Tara Talwar Windsor, Alrik Daldrup


Zoom Details: Cultural Production and Social Justice – Mark Devenney: Violent Fictions of Citizenship

Friday, 9 February 2024 from 13:00 to 14:00

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 951 5863 2923

Passcode: 890627


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