CIDRAL PUBLIC LECTURE
Thursday 9th March, 17pm-19pm, University of Manchester, Samuel Alexander Building, Room A113, followed by a wine reception at Kro Bar.
Joseph Vogl (Professor of Modern German Literature, Cultural, and Media Studies, Humboldt-University Berlin) will deliver a lecture entitled ‘Financial Governance’. Power and political structures, as well as economic strategies are at the heart of this lecture. Vogl will trace the emergence of a type of ‘economic governance’ in today’s world.
This is the second Cidral public lecture in semester 2. This semester the theme is Precarity; you can find a fuller description of the lecture here:
We hope to see many of you!