Neil Postman Graduate Conference on “Boundary Condition”

The 2016 Neil Postman Graduate Conference is themed Boundary Condition and features Prof. Achille Mbembe as keynote speaker.

This year’s conference is introduced by screening of films that ethnographically address the issue of boundary formations. The New School student Daryl Meador’s film “Heroica Matamoros: Cycling, Affectivity and Film on the US-Mexico Border” will be shown.

For detailed schedule and further information, please visit the conference website.


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