[eDebate] Richmond Weinberg Tourney DATES

Kuswa, Kevin kkuswa
Fri Apr 6 11:14:46 CDT 2007


The Richmond 8-round Weinberg Debate Tournament will be Sat. Oct 14 -
Mon. Oct. 16, 2007.  Novice, JV, and Open.
 
Invitation will be out this summer.  We hope you will join us.
 
kevin
 
Also, if you are in Richmond this weekend, you might want to check this
out:
 
  

NIETZSCHE'S NEW POLITICS

 

            Workshop at the University of Richmond, April 6 and 7

 

 

FRIDAY APRIL 6

1:45pm Gottwald Science Center     D100

Greetings and workshop organization: Gary Shapiro

 

2pm                 Gottwald Science Center D100

Debra Bergoffen (Philosophy, George Mason University)

Nietzsche and the Enemy

 

 

4pm                 North Court Reception Room

Welcome: Provost June Aprille (UR)

Teaching Nietzsche's On the Genealogy of Morality

Panel discussion: Thomas Bonfiglio (Comparative Literature and
Linguistics, UR)

Raymond Hilliard (English; Director, First Year Core Course, UR)

Reingard Nethersole (English, UR; Philosophy, University of Pretoria) 

Moderator: Ladelle McWhorter (Philosophy and Women's, Gender, and
Sexuality Studies, UR)

 

 

7:30pm Keller Hall Reception Room

Daniel Conway (Philosophy, National Humanities Center and Texas A&M
University)

Modernity on the Fritz: Almost Everything is Permitted

 

 

SATURDAY APRIL 7

 

 

9:15am                  Gottwald Science Center D100

Lawrence Hatab (Philosophy, Old Dominion University)

Breaking the Contract Theory:  The Individual and the Law in Nietzsche's
Genealogy  

 

 

11am                      Gottwald Science Center D100

Babette Babich (Philosophy, Fordham University)

Reading Nietzsche and the Critique of the Political

 

 

 

1:45pm                   Gottwald Science Center D100

Christa Acampora (Philosophy, Hunter College-City University of New
York)

The Passion of Political Theory: Contributions Toward a Self-Overcoming

 

 

3:30pm                   Gottwald Science Center D100

Tracy Strong (Political Science, University of California-San Diego)

Democracy and the Project of Cultural Revolution in Nietzsche

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Dr. Kevin Douglas Kuswa
Director of Debate, Dept. of Rhetoric & Comm. Studies
400-A Weinstein Hall
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University of Richmond, VA 23173                           Spide(R)bate
(804) 289-8269

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