Friday, November 14, 2014

 9:15AM Breakfast
 9:40AM Welcome and Introductions

Dean for the Humanities and Professor of Classics, NYU, Joy Connolly, and conference organizers Emanuela Bianchi (NYU), Sara Brill (Fairfield), and Brooke Holmes (Princeton)

 10:00AM-12:30PM Panel I

Song and Dance Man: Plato and the Limits of the Human
—Michael Naas, DePaul University

Hearing Voices: The Sounds in Socrates’ Head
—Ramona Naddaff, UC Berkeley

Sounds of Subjectivity or Resonances of Something Other
—Kristin Sampson, University of Bergen

Moderator: Timothy Duffy (Comparative Literature, New York
aaaUniversity)

 12:30-2:00PM Lunch
 2:00-4:30PM Panel II

Precarious Life: Tragedy and the Posthuman
—Miriam Leonard, University College London

Always Other and the Same: Figures of Time in Aristotle
aaaand Irigaray
—Rebecca Hill, RMIT University

Anesthetic Humanism? Conflicting Ethics of Pleasure and Pain
—Giulia Sissa, UCLA

Moderator: Laura Slatkin (Gallatin School of Individualized
aaaStudy, New York University)

 4:45-5:30PM Evening Plenary

Moderator: Brooke Holmes (Classics, Princeton University)

 5:30-6:00PM Refreshments
 6:00-7:30PM Keynote Address

In Light of Eros
—Claudia Baracchi, Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca

Moderator: Sara Brill (Philosophy, Fairfield University)

Saturday, November 15, 2014

9:30AM Breakfast
10:00AM-12:30PM Panel I

Aristotle’s Zoology
—Emanuela Bianchi, New York University

Aristotle’s Meta-Zoology
—Sara Brill, Fairfield University

The Sympathetic Cosmos
—Brooke Holmes, Princeton University

Moderator: Rachel Jones (Philosophy, George Mason University)

12:30-2:15PM Lunch
2:15-3:34PM Panel II

Rhythm and Geo-bio-techno-politics
—John Protevi, Louisiana State University

The Choric Con-sociality of Nonhuman Life
—Mark Payne, University of Chicago

Moderator: Deme Kasimis (Political Science, Yale University)

4:00-4:45PM Evening Plenary

Moderator: Rachel Jones (Philosophy, George Mason University)

4:45-5:00PM Refreshments
5:00-6:30PM Keynote Address

The Human Reconceived: Back to Socrates with Arendt
—Adriana Cavarero, Università degli Studi di Verona

Moderator: Emanuela Bianchi (Comparative Literature, New
aaaYork University)

6:30-7:30PM Closing Reception

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