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Neither Here Nor There: A translation workshop on French philosophy from the Caribbean

Date: Tue. February 25th, 2014, 4:30 pm-5:30 pm


A Humanities Related Event

Faculty and students are invited to join Dr. Seloua Luste Boublina in discussing texts that straddle cultural, linguistic, psychological, and even musical genres by philosophers Frantz Fanon and Lewis Gordon.

 


About the speaker

Seloua Luste Boublina

Seloua Luste Boulbina holds Ph.D.’s in Political Science and Philosophy from Universite de Paris. A specialist in Tocqueville, Mill, and Caribbean philosophy, she is Program Director at the College International de Philosophie in Paris. Her publications include “Singe De Kafka (Kafka’s Monkey)” and special issues of “Rue Descartes” on topics related to postcolonial studies and migration.

 


Cosponsored with:

CWRU Department of Philosophy, ACES+ Advance Distinguished Speaker Fund

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