boundary2, in association with its Legacies of the Future conference, is privileged to present a reading and discussion led by Nuruddin Farah. Language from his novels Crossbones and Maps.
Legacies of the Future
Footage of the b2 lectures, readings, panels and discussions surrounding the life and work of Edward Said.
As 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 “The Epistemology of Edward Said.”
b2 continues Legacies of the Future with RA Judy‘s “Gods Always Fail: Said as an Index for Secular Humanism, the Arab Revolution, and Frantz Fanon,” and QS Tong‘s “The Question of Tibet and Orientalism.”
Another addition to b2‘s Legacies of the Future: Jonathan Arac‘s “What Can We Learn From Uniqueness?” and Don Pease‘s “Said’s Melville.” ~ Cover Photo: “In memoriam Edward Wadie Said, on the Israeli West Bank wall,” taken by Justin McIntosh.
A film by Bruce Robbins, Some of My Best Friends Are Zionists, featured here in continuation of b2‘s Legacies of the Future: On the Life and Work of Edward Said.
Only to put a pin in b2‘s Legacies of the Future: The Life and Work of Edward Said, and the question: what is criticism? And: what is ‘its relationship, among other things, to specifically–but not exclusively–literary form and the function… Read More ›
Joe Cleary opens b2‘s Legacies of the Future: The Life and Work of Edward Said. Turn up the volume. __ cover photo: Map of Robinson Crusoe Island
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. __ cover photo: Gedung Merdeka in Bandung