There is much to consider; and for those that missed the conference, or for those that would like to review its style and content: footage of the b2 lectures, readings, panels and discussions have been uploaded to the boundary2 youtube page. They will also be featured in a series on boundary.org. Always, we remain in humble engagement, our gratitude for the life, work and word of Edward Said resonating.
[…] Aamir Mufti brings the historic Bandung Conference into the scope of the conversation. A part of b2‘s series on The Life and Work of Edward Said. […]
[…] in association with its Legacies of the Future conference, is privileged to present a reading and discussion led by Nuruddin Farah. Language from […]
[…] a part of b2‘s series on Legacies of the Future: The Life and Work of Edward Said, Wlad Godzich presents “The Stateless and the Proper,” and Stathis Gourgouris on […]
[…] continues Legacies of the Future with RA Judy‘s “Gods Always Fail: Said as an Index for Secular Humanism, the Arab […]
[…] addition to b2‘s Legacies of the Future: Jonathan Arac‘s “What Can We Learn From Uniqueness?” and Don Pease‘s […]