Undergraduate Students: Undergraduate students are encouraged to give papers on specially designed panels, especially SU students who are taking classes involved with the conference.
1) Graduate Student Workshop: Express your phantasies - Creating key issues of Marcuse's One Dimensional Man.
Peter-Erwin Jansen will facilitate a workshop for graduate students on Thursday, November 12th tentatively scheduled from 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
Workshop description: In this workshop we want to put some of Marcuse’s key issues in an artistic form: images, sculptures, videos, songs, etc. What are our creative and imaginative forms of some abstract ideas of social change? How can we make it concrete, can we illustrate social critique, new sensibility, affluent society, repression, liberation?
**Participation limited to 20 students total. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
2) Publication opportunity: Graduate students will have the opportunity to submit conference papers for publication to a special issue of the journal SPECTRA: the Social, Political, Ethical, and Cultural Theory Archives.
SPECTRA is an online, scholarly journal hosted at Virginia Tech. The journal features work of an interdisciplinary nature and is designed to provide an academic forum for students to explore controversial topics, and take intellectual risks.
Submissions to SPECTRA will be subject to double-blind peer review. The journal publishes based on an Open Content (share-alike) license. Copyright remains with the author.
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