Here’s the schedule:

(PIC) Philosophy, Interpretation and Culture 21st Annual Conference
Friday, March 25th, 2011 to Saturday, March 26th, 2011

Friday, March 25th, 2011

Registration/Breakfast 8:00-9:00 AM

Other Time: 9:00-10:20

“Toward PostModernity, or, the logic of silence in the absence of citation between Schmitt, Adorno, and Derrida”
– Lewis Levenberg, George Mason University
“Time in Common – Towards a Poetics of Ethical Time”
– Andy Amato, University of TexasDallas
“(Dis)Abling Time: The Refusal of Work in Antonio Negri”
– Brad Kaye, Broome Community College

Time out of Time: 10:30-12:00

“Resisting Time as Capital: Latin American and Rural Environments”
– Remington Robertson, Independent Researcher
“Bogan Time and the Race that Stops the Nation”
– Natalie Churn, University of Freiburg
“In Defense of What is Possible: Heidegger and Derrida for Necropolitical Times”
– Paul Nadal, University of CaliforniaBerkeley
“Dawning of Time”
– Joanna Grim, The New School

Lunch: 12:00-1:00

Keynote 1:00-2:20 -Dr. Peter Gratton, Assistant Professor of Philosophy
University of San Diego, CA

Embodied Time: 2:30-3:50

“Revolutionary Time: Revolt as Temporal Return”
– Fanny Söderbäck, Siena College
“ReEnacting Dignity: Susan Brison’s Aftermath”
– Grace Hunt, The New School
“A Year in My Life of Sick Queer Time”
– Brianna Hersey, University of Toronto
“Holding Your Memory: The Politics of Recollecting Together in Derrida and Kristeva”
– Carolyn Culbertson, Elon University

Moving Time and Still Time: 4:00-5:20

“Truth at the End: The Event, Narrative Closure and the Work of Henry Darger”
– Craig MacKie, Concordia University
“Exploring Identity, Stasis and Change Through Artistic Praxis”
– Ross Birdwise, Emily Carr University
“A Cinema of Slowness: Diluted Temporality and its Political Affects”
– Rosa Barotsi, University of Cambridge
“The Deep Time of Ecological Politics”
– Ben Woodward, European Graduate School

Art of Time film screening with Fergus Daly and Katherine Waugh 5:30 – 7:10

Dinner on your own: 7:10

Saturday, March 26th, 2011

Registration/Breakfast 8:00-9:00

K)No(w) Time: 9:00-10:20

“Kairoticism: the Transcendentals of Revolution”
– Rowan Tepper, Binghamton University
“Angelic Moment: The Missing Temporality of Action in Walter Benjamin and Beyond”
– Sylwia Chrostowska, Duke University
“Perceiving the Contours of the Future: Revolutionary and CounterRevolutionary Time in Benjamin’s Historical Writings”
– Miles Hentrup, Independent Scholar
“What to do with the Future? Particularity, Universality and Absent Fullness in ErnestoLaclau”
– Javier Burdman, University at Buffalo (S.U.N.Y.)

Creation Time: 10:30-11:50

“A Secret Heliotropism of May ‘68: Historical Postponement, Mimesis, and Nostalgia”
– Christian Garland, Independent Scholar
“Going Nowhere Fast: networked activism in the empire of speed”
– Kamilla Pietrzyk, York University
“Democracy and Kairos: Thinking about Political Participation and Temporality in Derrida’s Rogues”
– Chelsea Harry, Duquesne University

Lunch: 12:00-1:00

To-Come Time: 1:00-2:30

“Nostalgia and the Illumination of the Future”
– Rochelle Green, St. Mary’s College of Maryland
“Brake, Kiss, Dog, Dance: Four Untimely Agambenian Meditations”
– David Kishik, City University of New York
“Of Other Times”
– Netta Yerushalmy, New York City based choreographer

Time of Protest: 2:40-4:00

“Situating the Manifesto After Marx: Time, Protest, and Insurrection”
– Matt Applegate, Binghamton University
“The Language of protest, the spatiality of the street: Bataille contra Agamben”
– Tommaso Tuppini, University of Verona
“A Time for Revolution: Walter Benjamin’s Theses on History”
– Antoine Chollet, University of Lausanne

Political Theological Time: 4:10-5:30

“Spinoza versus Schmitt: The Politics of Theology and the Theology of Politics”
– Devin Shaw, University of Ottawa
“Time and Religion: Negri’s Job and Agamben’s Messianic as Figures of Revolution”
– Daniel Barber, Marymount Manhattan College
“Repeating the Beginning at the End: Apocalyptic Politics in the Later Kierkegaard”
– Graham Baker, McMaster University
“A Revolution of History in a Time of Revolutions: Foucault and the Iranian Revolution”
– Cameron Vaziri, University of North Texas

Untimely Time: 5:40-7:00

“Towards a Future Pregnant with Becoming: Deleuze on ‘Becoming’ as Opposed to ‘History’”
– Allison Merrick, Goucher College
“New Earth, New People: Deleuze, becomingdemocratic and the politics of the future”
– Bryan Nelson, York University
“History and Life: Nietzsche’s Untimely Method”
– Jordan Batson, University of North Texas
“The Time of BecomingWoman”
– Anupa Batra, Independent Scholar

Reception: 7:00-8:30
In Honor of Professor Stephen David Ross, founder of the Philosophy, Interpretation and Culture Graduate program at Binghamton University