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April 2008 Conference in Cambridge
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Public meeting: Toni Negri. Friday 28 April
Halfday seminar: “The Political Meaning of the Recent Events in France”
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are invited to attend an
International Conference on
IMMATERIAL LABOUR, MULTITUDES AND NEW SOCIAL SUBJECTS: CLASS COMPOSITION IN COGNITIVE CAPITALISM
to be held on
Saturday 29th and
in the Keynes Hall, King’s College,
With additional events on Friday 28th April
TIMES AND VENUES::
April – to : Venue: The McCrum Theatre, in
the courtyard of the Eagle Pub,
afternoon seminar on “The Political Meaning of the
Recent Events in
April – : Venue:
Keynes Hall, King’s College, King’s Parade,
An evening talk by Professor Toni Negri:
Keynes, Guaranteed Basic Income, and the Recent Events in
Since Prof. Negri is indisposed, this talk will be presented by Andrea
Fumagalli of the
Saturday 29 April – : Venue: Keynes Hall, King’s College
Saturday 29 April – : Venue:
The Bar, Graduate Centre, bottom and of
event for Mayday. Featuring
Sunday 30 April – : Venue: Keynes Hall, King’s College
A registration form is available here.
If you wish to be put on our Mailing List for future seminars, please send details either by post:
[Immaterial Labour Conference]
or by e-mail: ed.emery @ thefreeuniversity.net
The languages for the conference are English and French. There will be no simultaneous translation, but English-language abstracts will be provided. Where possible we shall circulate papers in advance.
The format for presentation of papers will be: Each speaker has 20 minutes, followed by 10 minutes for discussion.
We shall place as many papers and
summaries as possible on the website before the Conference. The Proceedings
will eventually be published in book form.
Relevant source documents are published in the Archive section of this website.
Our intention is that this conference will be a beginning, leading to future activities. A rolling programme of discussions and conferences. Perhaps a series of nomadic seminars.
NEW: On the afternoon of Friday 28 April we are holding a half-day seminar on “The Political Meaning of the Recent Events in
NEW: On the
evening of Friday 28 April there will be public talk by Toni Negri entitled:
“J.M. Keynes, Guaranteed Basic Income and the Recent
acknowledge the hospitality of the authorities of King’s College,
and the generous assistance of Professor John Dunn.
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