Groupe Adorno

ADORNO-KOLLOQUIUM: Sondersitzung / Séance extraordinaire 
30.11.21 16 Uhr – 18 Uhr
Tillion-Saal (hybrid)

Texte: Anmerkungen zum sozialen Konflikt heute (Adorno/Jaerisch, 1968)
“Aggression und Lachen in einer verfallenden Welt” (Yasmin Afshar, HU/CMB, 2021)
Kommentar: Alex Demirovic

ADORNO-KOLLOQUIUM: Laufendes Programm 
18.11.2021
Thursday, 4pm
Yasmin Afshar
15.12.2021
Wednesday, 4pm
Lea Gekle
19.01.2022
Wednesday, 4pm
Robert Ziegelmann
16.02.2022
Wednesday, 4pm
Tadas Zaronskis
23.03.2022 Wednesday, 4pm
Lasse Hansohm
27.04.2022 Wednesday, 4pm
Ariane Mintz
18.05.2022 Wednesday, 4pm
Camilla Brenni
15.06.2022 Wednesday, 4pm
Isette Schuhmacher

NEUE VERÖFFENTLICHUNG: Adorno und Marx. Negative Dialectics and the Critique of Political Economy

Werner Bonefeld (Anthology Editor)Chris O’Kane (Anthology Editor)

Table of Contents

1. Adorno and Marx: Negative Dialectics and the Critique of Political Economy, Werner Bonefeld and Chris O’Kane (University of York, UK and University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, USA)

Part I : Adorno and the New Reading of Marx
2. Cracking Economic Abstractions: Bringing Critical Theory Back-In, Werner Bonefeld (University of York, UK)

3. Adorno and the Critique of Political Economy, Dirk Braunstein and Niko Bobka (Institute of Social Research, Frankfurt, and University of Göttingen, Germany)

4. Adorno and the New reading of Marx, and Methodologies of Critique, Charlotte Baumann (Technische Universität Berlin, Germany)

5. Marxian Economics and the Critique of Political Economy, Chris O’Kane and Kirstin Munro (University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, USA)

Part II : Critique of Political Economy as Negative Dialectic of Society
6. Economic Objectivity and Negative Dialectics: On Class and Struggle, Werner Bonefeld (University of York, UK)

7. The Liquidation of the Individual as a Critique of Political Economy, Fabian Arzuaga (College of William and Mary, USA)

8. Society as Real Abstraction: Adorno’s Critique of Economic Nature, Charles Prusik (Villanova University, USA)

9. Society Maintains itself despite all Catastrophes that may Eventuate: Critical Theory, Negative Totality, and Permanent Catastrophe, Chris O’Kane (University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, USA)

Part III: Subjectivity and Pseudo Practice: on Social Praxis
10. Conceptuality and Social Practice, Werner Bonefeld (University of York, UK)

11. Non-identity, critique of labour and pseudo-praxis: extra-marginal palinlegomena on the dialectics of doing, Marcel Stoetzler (Bangor University, UK)

Appendix

12. Introduction to ‘Theodor W. Adorno on Marx and the Basic Concepts of Sociological Theory. From a Seminar Transcript in the Summer Semester of 1962, Chris O’Kane (University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, USA)

13. Marx and the Basic Concepts of Sociological Theory: From a Seminar Transcript in the Summer Semester of 1962, Theodor W Adorno