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  1. 7Hegel’s Logic | Backdoor Broadcasting Company

     

    Event Date: 8 December 2017

    Room 3007

    John Galsworthy building

    Kingston University

    Penrhyn Road campus

    Penrhyn Road

    Kingston upon Thames, Surrey KT1 2EE

    The Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy (CRMEP) presents:

    Hegel’s Logic

    Please join us for this one-day Research Workshop hosted by the Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy (CRMEP), in which four of the professors from the CRMEP outline and debate different aspects of the contemporary importance of Hegel’s dialectical logic.

    Introduction by Peter Osborne:

    ——————-Andrew Benjamin – Conditioning the Unconditioned?

    TEXT: Encyclopedia Logic, ‘Preliminary Conception, B. Second

    Position of Thought with Respect to Objectivity’, II. The Critical

    Philosophy’ [sections 40–60]

    Talk:

    Questions:

    ——————-

    Catherine Malabou – Logic as Metaphysics

    TEXT: Hegel’s ‘Introduction’ to The Science of Logic

    Talk:

    Questions:

    ——————-

    Howard Caygill – Hegel’s Moment of Resistance

    TEXT: The Science of Logic, Vol. 2, The Science of Subjective

    Logic, or, The Doctrine of the Concept. ‘II: Objectivity: 1. Mechanism’

    Talk:

    Questions:

    ——————–

    Peter Osborne – The Self-Movement of Capital and the Life of Hegel’s Idea

    TEXT: The Science of Logic, Vol. 2, The Science of Subjective

    Logic, or, The Doctrine of the Concept: ‘Of the Concept in General’ &

    ‘III: The Idea: 1. Life’

    Talk:

    Questions:

     

     

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  2. 6Hegel’s Logic | Backdoor Broadcasting Company

     

    Event Date: 8 December 2017

    Room 3007

    John Galsworthy building

    Kingston University

    Penrhyn Road campus

    Penrhyn Road

    Kingston upon Thames, Surrey KT1 2EE

    The Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy (CRMEP) presents:

    Hegel’s Logic

    Please join us for this one-day Research Workshop hosted by the Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy (CRMEP), in which four of the professors from the CRMEP outline and debate different aspects of the contemporary importance of Hegel’s dialectical logic.

    Introduction by Peter Osborne:

    ——————-Andrew Benjamin – Conditioning the Unconditioned?

    TEXT: Encyclopedia Logic, ‘Preliminary Conception, B. Second

    Position of Thought with Respect to Objectivity’, II. The Critical

    Philosophy’ [sections 40–60]

    Talk:

    Questions:

    ——————-

    Catherine Malabou – Logic as Metaphysics

    TEXT: Hegel’s ‘Introduction’ to The Science of Logic

    Talk:

    Questions:

    ——————-

    Howard Caygill – Hegel’s Moment of Resistance

    TEXT: The Science of Logic, Vol. 2, The Science of Subjective

    Logic, or, The Doctrine of the Concept. ‘II: Objectivity: 1. Mechanism’

    Talk:

    Questions:

    ——————–

    Peter Osborne – The Self-Movement of Capital and the Life of Hegel’s Idea

    TEXT: The Science of Logic, Vol. 2, The Science of Subjective

    Logic, or, The Doctrine of the Concept: ‘Of the Concept in General’ &

    ‘III: The Idea: 1. Life’

    Talk:

    Questions:

     

     

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    December 7, 2017

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  3. 5Hegel’s Logic | Backdoor Broadcasting Company

     

    Event Date: 8 December 2017

    Room 3007

    John Galsworthy building

    Kingston University

    Penrhyn Road campus

    Penrhyn Road

    Kingston upon Thames, Surrey KT1 2EE

    The Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy (CRMEP) presents:

    Hegel’s Logic

    Please join us for this one-day Research Workshop hosted by the Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy (CRMEP), in which four of the professors from the CRMEP outline and debate different aspects of the contemporary importance of Hegel’s dialectical logic.

    Introduction by Peter Osborne:

    ——————-Andrew Benjamin – Conditioning the Unconditioned?

    TEXT: Encyclopedia Logic, ‘Preliminary Conception, B. Second

    Position of Thought with Respect to Objectivity’, II. The Critical

    Philosophy’ [sections 40–60]

    Talk:

    Questions:

    ——————-

    Catherine Malabou – Logic as Metaphysics

    TEXT: Hegel’s ‘Introduction’ to The Science of Logic

    Talk:

    Questions:

    ——————-

    Howard Caygill – Hegel’s Moment of Resistance

    TEXT: The Science of Logic, Vol. 2, The Science of Subjective

    Logic, or, The Doctrine of the Concept. ‘II: Objectivity: 1. Mechanism’

    Talk:

    Questions:

    ——————–

    Peter Osborne – The Self-Movement of Capital and the Life of Hegel’s Idea

    TEXT: The Science of Logic, Vol. 2, The Science of Subjective

    Logic, or, The Doctrine of the Concept: ‘Of the Concept in General’ &

    ‘III: The Idea: 1. Life’

    Talk:

    Questions:

     

     

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    December 7, 2017

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  4. 4Hegel’s Logic | Backdoor Broadcasting Company

     

    Event Date: 8 December 2017

    Room 3007

    John Galsworthy building

    Kingston University

    Penrhyn Road campus

    Penrhyn Road

    Kingston upon Thames, Surrey KT1 2EE

    The Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy (CRMEP) presents:

    Hegel’s Logic

    Please join us for this one-day Research Workshop hosted by the Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy (CRMEP), in which four of the professors from the CRMEP outline and debate different aspects of the contemporary importance of Hegel’s dialectical logic.

    Introduction by Peter Osborne:

    ——————-Andrew Benjamin – Conditioning the Unconditioned?

    TEXT: Encyclopedia Logic, ‘Preliminary Conception, B. Second

    Position of Thought with Respect to Objectivity’, II. The Critical

    Philosophy’ [sections 40–60]

    Talk:

    Questions:

    ——————-

    Catherine Malabou – Logic as Metaphysics

    TEXT: Hegel’s ‘Introduction’ to The Science of Logic

    Talk:

    Questions:

    ——————-

    Howard Caygill – Hegel’s Moment of Resistance

    TEXT: The Science of Logic, Vol. 2, The Science of Subjective

    Logic, or, The Doctrine of the Concept. ‘II: Objectivity: 1. Mechanism’

    Talk:

    Questions:

    ——————–

    Peter Osborne – The Self-Movement of Capital and the Life of Hegel’s Idea

    TEXT: The Science of Logic, Vol. 2, The Science of Subjective

    Logic, or, The Doctrine of the Concept: ‘Of the Concept in General’ &

    ‘III: The Idea: 1. Life’

    Talk:

    Questions:

     

     

    Lisa Appignanesi - Losing the Dead – Before and After

    December 7, 2017

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  5. 3Hegel’s Logic | Backdoor Broadcasting Company

     

    Event Date: 8 December 2017

    Room 3007

    John Galsworthy building

    Kingston University

    Penrhyn Road campus

    Penrhyn Road

    Kingston upon Thames, Surrey KT1 2EE

    The Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy (CRMEP) presents:

    Hegel’s Logic

    Please join us for this one-day Research Workshop hosted by the Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy (CRMEP), in which four of the professors from the CRMEP outline and debate different aspects of the contemporary importance of Hegel’s dialectical logic.

    Introduction by Peter Osborne:

    ——————-Andrew Benjamin – Conditioning the Unconditioned?

    TEXT: Encyclopedia Logic, ‘Preliminary Conception, B. Second

    Position of Thought with Respect to Objectivity’, II. The Critical

    Philosophy’ [sections 40–60]

    Talk:

    Questions:

    ——————-

    Catherine Malabou – Logic as Metaphysics

    TEXT: Hegel’s ‘Introduction’ to The Science of Logic

    Talk:

    Questions:

    ——————-

    Howard Caygill – Hegel’s Moment of Resistance

    TEXT: The Science of Logic, Vol. 2, The Science of Subjective

    Logic, or, The Doctrine of the Concept. ‘II: Objectivity: 1. Mechanism’

    Talk:

    Questions:

    ——————–

    Peter Osborne – The Self-Movement of Capital and the Life of Hegel’s Idea

    TEXT: The Science of Logic, Vol. 2, The Science of Subjective

    Logic, or, The Doctrine of the Concept: ‘Of the Concept in General’ &

    ‘III: The Idea: 1. Life’

    Talk:

    Questions:

     

     

    Lisa Appignanesi - Losing the Dead – Before and After

    December 7, 2017

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  6. 2Hegel’s Logic | Backdoor Broadcasting Company

     

    Event Date: 8 December 2017

    Room 3007

    John Galsworthy building

    Kingston University

    Penrhyn Road campus

    Penrhyn Road

    Kingston upon Thames, Surrey KT1 2EE

    The Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy (CRMEP) presents:

    Hegel’s Logic

    Please join us for this one-day Research Workshop hosted by the Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy (CRMEP), in which four of the professors from the CRMEP outline and debate different aspects of the contemporary importance of Hegel’s dialectical logic.

    Introduction by Peter Osborne:

    ——————-Andrew Benjamin – Conditioning the Unconditioned?

    TEXT: Encyclopedia Logic, ‘Preliminary Conception, B. Second

    Position of Thought with Respect to Objectivity’, II. The Critical

    Philosophy’ [sections 40–60]

    Talk:

    Questions:

    ——————-

    Catherine Malabou – Logic as Metaphysics

    TEXT: Hegel’s ‘Introduction’ to The Science of Logic

    Talk:

    Questions:

    ——————-

    Howard Caygill – Hegel’s Moment of Resistance

    TEXT: The Science of Logic, Vol. 2, The Science of Subjective

    Logic, or, The Doctrine of the Concept. ‘II: Objectivity: 1. Mechanism’

    Talk:

    Questions:

    ——————–

    Peter Osborne – The Self-Movement of Capital and the Life of Hegel’s Idea

    TEXT: The Science of Logic, Vol. 2, The Science of Subjective

    Logic, or, The Doctrine of the Concept: ‘Of the Concept in General’ &

    ‘III: The Idea: 1. Life’

    Talk:

    Questions:

     

     

    Lisa Appignanesi - Losing the Dead – Before and After

    December 7, 2017

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  7. 1Hegel’s Logic | Backdoor Broadcasting Company

     

    Event Date: 8 December 2017

    Room 3007

    John Galsworthy building

    Kingston University

    Penrhyn Road campus

    Penrhyn Road

    Kingston upon Thames, Surrey KT1 2EE

    The Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy (CRMEP) presents:

    Hegel’s Logic

    Please join us for this one-day Research Workshop hosted by the Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy (CRMEP), in which four of the professors from the CRMEP outline and debate different aspects of the contemporary importance of Hegel’s dialectical logic.

    Introduction by Peter Osborne:

    ——————-Andrew Benjamin – Conditioning the Unconditioned?

    TEXT: Encyclopedia Logic, ‘Preliminary Conception, B. Second

    Position of Thought with Respect to Objectivity’, II. The Critical

    Philosophy’ [sections 40–60]

    Talk:

    Questions:

    ——————-

    Catherine Malabou – Logic as Metaphysics

    TEXT: Hegel’s ‘Introduction’ to The Science of Logic

    Talk:

    Questions:

    ——————-

    Howard Caygill – Hegel’s Moment of Resistance

    TEXT: The Science of Logic, Vol. 2, The Science of Subjective

    Logic, or, The Doctrine of the Concept. ‘II: Objectivity: 1. Mechanism’

    Talk:

    Questions:

    ——————–

    Peter Osborne – The Self-Movement of Capital and the Life of Hegel’s Idea

    TEXT: The Science of Logic, Vol. 2, The Science of Subjective

    Logic, or, The Doctrine of the Concept: ‘Of the Concept in General’ &

    ‘III: The Idea: 1. Life’

    Talk:

    Questions:

     

     

    Lisa Appignanesi - Losing the Dead – Before and After

    December 7, 2017

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  8. 2Elissa Bemporad – From Berdichev to Minsk and Onward to Moscow: Jewish Voices of the Russian Revolution | Backdoor Broadcasting Company

    Event Date: 27 November 2017

    Room B01

    Clore Management Centre

    Birkbeck, University of London

    Torrington Square

    London WC1E 7JL

    The Pears Institute for the Study of Antisemitism presents:

    Professor Elissa Bemporad (Queens College and the City University New York Graduate Center) – From Berdichev to Minsk and Onward to Moscow: Jewish Voices of the Russian Revolution 

    The Russian Revolution of 1917 stormed through the cities and towns of the former Pale of Settlement, bringing promises, hopes, enthusiasm and empowerment to millions of Jews. But the Revolution also brought fear and violence. It was this violence, unleashed throughout Russia after the Bolshevik Revolution and into the Civil War of 1918-1921, that ultimately swayed the Jews to support the Bolshevik cause. The pervasiveness, extraordinary brutality, and unprecedented nature of the anti-Jewish pogroms that followed the Revolution shaped the relationship between Jews and the new Bolshevik power, sparking a Soviet Jewish alliance. By exploring the tumultuous events in Berdichev, Minsk and Moscow, three cities located in different regions of the Soviet territory, this talk will capture Jewish responses to the 1917 Revolution, and reassess the role that violence played in the choices Jews made.

    Elissa Bemporad is the Jerry and William Ungar Associate Professor of East European Jewish History and the Holocaust at Queens College and the City University New York Graduate Center. She is author of Becoming Soviet Jews: The Bolshevik Experiment in Minsk (Indiana University Press, 2013), winner of the National Jewish Book Award and the Fraenkel Prize in Contemporary History. She is currently finishing a book entitled, Legacy of Blood: Jews, Pogroms, and Ritual Murder in the Lands of the Soviets (Oxford University Press).

    Introduction by Dr Brendan McKeever (Pears Institute):

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    Talk:

     

    Laurent Jaffro - Forgiveness and Weak Agency

    November 27, 2017

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    Putting Theory into Practice: Exploring the role of Practice-based Medical Humanities

    November 29, 2017

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  9. 1Elissa Bemporad – From Berdichev to Minsk and Onward to Moscow: Jewish Voices of the Russian Revolution | Backdoor Broadcasting Company

    Event Date: 27 November 2017

    Room B01

    Clore Management Centre

    Birkbeck, University of London

    Torrington Square

    London WC1E 7JL

    The Pears Institute for the Study of Antisemitism presents:

    Professor Elissa Bemporad (Queens College and the City University New York Graduate Center) – From Berdichev to Minsk and Onward to Moscow: Jewish Voices of the Russian Revolution 

    The Russian Revolution of 1917 stormed through the cities and towns of the former Pale of Settlement, bringing promises, hopes, enthusiasm and empowerment to millions of Jews. But the Revolution also brought fear and violence. It was this violence, unleashed throughout Russia after the Bolshevik Revolution and into the Civil War of 1918-1921, that ultimately swayed the Jews to support the Bolshevik cause. The pervasiveness, extraordinary brutality, and unprecedented nature of the anti-Jewish pogroms that followed the Revolution shaped the relationship between Jews and the new Bolshevik power, sparking a Soviet Jewish alliance. By exploring the tumultuous events in Berdichev, Minsk and Moscow, three cities located in different regions of the Soviet territory, this talk will capture Jewish responses to the 1917 Revolution, and reassess the role that violence played in the choices Jews made.

    Elissa Bemporad is the Jerry and William Ungar Associate Professor of East European Jewish History and the Holocaust at Queens College and the City University New York Graduate Center. She is author of Becoming Soviet Jews: The Bolshevik Experiment in Minsk (Indiana University Press, 2013), winner of the National Jewish Book Award and the Fraenkel Prize in Contemporary History. She is currently finishing a book entitled, Legacy of Blood: Jews, Pogroms, and Ritual Murder in the Lands of the Soviets (Oxford University Press).

    Introduction by Dr Brendan McKeever (Pears Institute):

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    Talk:

     

    Laurent Jaffro - Forgiveness and Weak Agency

    November 27, 2017

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    Putting Theory into Practice: Exploring the role of Practice-based Medical Humanities

    November 29, 2017

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  10. 7Putting Theory into Practice: Exploring the role of Practice-based Medical Humanities | Backdoor Broadcasting Company

    Event Date: 29 November 2017

    BJA Library,

    Royal College of Anaesthetists,

    Churchill House,

    Red Lion Square,

    London WC1R 4SG

    The Birkbeck Centre for Medical Humanities, University of London presents:

    Putting Theory into Practice: Exploring the role of Practice-based Medical Humanities

    The shape and future of medical education and practice has been under increasing scrutiny and continuing government and legislative intervention in the past 5-10 years, with a particular push towards standardising undergraduate and postgraduate medical curricula, as well as restructuring the NHS in an endless bid for ‘transparency’ and ‘accountability.’ In particular, the articulation of the driver of ‘professionalism’, as outlined most succinctly in the GMC’s ‘Gold Guide’ 2016 (the document which maps postgraduate medical speciality training), rolls humanistic and psychosocial skills and understandings into the requirements of clinical training and practice. Furthermore, in the light of recent highly-publicised ‘failings’ within our healthcare systems (for instance, the Mid-Staffs ‘scandal’) and the institutional responses to interrogate these incidents (for instance, the Francis Report), both NHS systems and the broader issues of ‘care’ and its provision, are under increased scrutiny in the UK.

    Neither medical education nor the medicine practised within the systems of the NHS, are best equipped to teach or support humanistic and psychosocial skills, since both domains lack the vocabulary or conceptual frameworks with which we work within the humanities and social sciences. Medical humanities can and should be integrated into these discussions; there is an urgent need to expand the vocabulary and concepts available to medicine and its practitioners, and to consider the ways in which humanities’ and psycho-social understandings of health, illness, identity, affect, communication are as crucial to the work of the clinic as medical science.

    Practice-based medical humanities is a transdiscipline in which the interrogations and insights of medical humanities actually find their way into the clinic and are made relevant and utilisable to biomedicine and its practitioners, to enhance patient care.

    This conference will function as a starting point, an opportunity to open out the discussion of these major issues and challenges at a point where there is great social pressure and need to do so. It will seek to map the practice-based medical humanities for both practitioners and academics.

    On Day 1, which is recorded here, key eminent speakers from different clinical, academic and social domains will consider the role the medical humanities can and do play in clinical practice, research and education. On Day 2 (not recorded), we will hold an Open Space to draw up concrete proposals for the future directions of a Practice-based medical humanities.

    PROGRAMME:

    Dr Jo Winning (Birkbeck): Welcome –  Mapping Practice-based Medical Humanities

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    Professor Andrew Elder (Edinburgh) –  The Power of One: a clinician’s perspective on Medical Humanities in the UK and USA

    Talk:

    Questions:

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    Dr Subodh Dave (Nottingham) – Building medical humanities into the Psychiatry curriculum

    Talk:

    Questions:

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    Panel 1Giskin Day (Imperial College, London) with Santino Coduri-Fulford and Alexander Harding (medical student reps, Imperial College, London) – Integrating medical humanities into the undergraduate curriculum

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    Panel 2

    Dr Suzannah Biernoff (Birkbeck), Dr Jane Frances (Policy Adviser in Education, Changing Faces) and Mr Ioannis Goutos (Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Barts Health NHS Trust) Talking across medical humanities research, community engagement and clinical practice

     

     

     

    Elissa Bemporad - From Berdichev to Minsk and Onward to Moscow: Jewish Voices of the Russian Revolution

    November 27, 2017

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    Housing and regeneration struggles in South London - How to stay put?

    November 29, 2017

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