Julia Sushytska Lecture: "Internal Strangers: Deleuze and Identity in Ukraine Today"
Wednesday, April 30, 2014
The CGU Department of Cultural Studies announces a public lecture by Julia Sushytska
"Internal Strangers: Deleuze and Identity in Ukraine Today"
Julia Sushytska teaches philosophy at Pacifica Graduate Institute. Her areas of expertise are ancient Greek and 20th century Continental philosophy. Her research focuses on convergences between ideas of Ancient Greek philosophers—especially Parmenides, Heraclitus, and Plato—and the work of 20th century thinkers. She is currently finishing a book manuscript on the importance of internal strangers, or metics for the polis. In addition to essays on Plato and Deleuze, she has published several articles on the philosophical notion of Eastern Europe, and on the films of Andrei Tarkovsky
Board of Trustees Room, Harper Hall
Wednesday, April 30th
This lecture is sponsored by the CGU Department of Cultural Studies.