Radical Grace: The Role of Art in Response to Present Tragic Circumstances

Monday, December 14, 2015  6:00pm Jerome Greene Hall (Law School), Room 101 (entrance on 116th Street between Amsterdam Avenue and Morningside Drive)

Notes

This event is expected to reach capacity prior to its scheduled start.

To livestream the event, visit: http://livestream.com/columbialaw/cu-radicalgrace

Free and open to the public.

First come, first seated.

Note: This event is expected to reach capacity prior to its scheduled start.  Please arrive early to secure a seat. 

To livestream the event, please follow this link: http://livestream.com/columbialaw/cu-radicalgrace

Philosopher, playwright, novelist and political activist Alain Badiou will speak on "Radical Grace" in conversation with filmmakers Udi Aloni and James Schamus.  The conversation will examine the role of art in response to present tragic circumstances, including the recent attacks in Paris and elsewhere.

 

 

Participants

  • Featured Speaker

    Alain Badiou

    Rene Descartes Chair

    European Graduate School

  • Introduced by

    Udi Aloni

    Filmmaker

  • Moderated by

    James Schamus

    Professor of Professional Practice, Film Division, School of the Arts

    Columbia University

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