About the event
The theoretical significance and formal innovation of Roland Barthes’s late work, especially his lectures, has yet to receive the international attention it deserves. This conference will explore Barthes’s oeuvre in light of the publication of How to Live Together (2012), the final installment of his lecture courses. The tightrope he walks between the forms of the novel and the essay, the evolution of his writing and thinking, the engagement of his work with literary or cultural texts, and the relationship of his work to critical theory, as well as to any and all other disciplines, is open for discussion.
Click here to watch the keynote talk by Rosalind E. Krauss.
Apr 26, 10:30am, Elebash Recital Hall: Keynote Talk by Jonathan Culler
Click here to watch the keynote by Jonathan Culler.
Apr 26, 5:00pm, Room 9204–05: Keynote Panel with Diana Knight, D.A. Miller, and Lucy O'Meara
Cosponsored by the Department of Comparative Literature, Department of English, Doctoral Students' Council, English Students Association, Office of the Provost, Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies, and Columbia University Press.