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Thursday, 14 November, 2002

10 a.m.
Gabriele Klein: Barbaric modernity modern barbarism

Professor of sociology at Hamburg University

11.30 a.m.
Georg Sommeregger: Humans and their rights strategies and politics of the human rights discourse
Researcher at the European University Institute (EUI) in Florence

Hosted by: Theo Steiner

The lectures from Pontus Hulten and Marie-Louise von Plessen are cancelled.

2.30 p.m. (New Time!) 
Karl Kaser: What would Europe be without its barbarians?
A Euro-Balkan study Professor of south-east European history at Graz University, director of the Centre of Studies on Balkan Societies and Cultures 

4 p.m. (New Time!) 
Svetlana Slapsak: Expecting the Barbarians
Professor at the Institutum Studiorum Humanitatis in Ljubljana

Hosted by: Helmut Konrad, professor for general contemporary history at Graz University


Friday, 15 November, 2002

10.00 a.m.
Jean Fisher: Art, Globalization, and the Ethics of In(ter)vention
Professor at Middlesex University and at the Royal College of Art in London

11.30 a.m.
Sue Golding (johnny de philo): en passant (or how pawn captures king)

Professor of contemporary political philosophy, ethics and aesthetics at the University of Greenwich, Head of Theory at the Jan van Eyck Academy in Maastricht Hosted by: Claude Rawson

2.30 p.m.
Karl-Heinz Kohl: Barbarians as saviours

Professor at the Institute of Historical Ethnology and director of the Frobenius Institute at Frankfurt am Main University

4 p.m.
Theo Steiner: The pale cast of thought? Intellectuals and the idea of practical relevance

Cultural historian, conference director

Hosted by: Elisabeth List


Saturday, 16 November, 2002

10 a.m.
Michael Taussig: Between Man and Wolf
Professor of anthropology at Columbia University, New York

11.30 a.m.
Claude Rawson: Eating People is Wrong? Anxieties about Cannibals from Plato to NATO

Maynard Mack professor of English at Yale University

Hosted by: Sue Golding (johnny de philo)

2.30 p.m.
Philipp Sarasin: Foreign Bodies/infections
Professor of recent general and Swiss history at the history department of Zurich University

4 p.m.
Elisabeth List: The furore of the identical. Differentiation and exclusion rhetoric in the postcolonial world situation
Professor at the Institute of Philosophy at Graz University

5.30 p.m.
Klaus Theweleit: Play Station Cordoba. Yugoslavia. Afghanistan, etc. A war model
Writer, teacher at the Institute of Sociology at Freiburg University, professor of art and theory at the State Academy of Visual Arts in Karlsruhe

Hosted by: Karl-Heinz Kohl