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251.117 Wahlseminar - Architekturtheorie
Diese Lehrveranstaltung ist in allen zugeordneten Curricula Teil der STEOP.
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2018W, SE, 3.0h, 4.0EC

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  • Semesterwochenstunden: 3.0
  • ECTS: 4.0
  • Typ: SE Seminar

Ziele der Lehrveranstaltung

 

 

This Seminar will be taught by Prof. Dr. Gregg Lambert, who will be at ATTP as Guest Professor in the Winter Semester 2018. The course will be taught as an intense two week Seminar with daily meetings (mo-fr) just before the start of the Semester.

Monday September 18th to Friday September 28th 2018, 14:00-17:00 at ATTP Seminar Space.

To register, please write an Email to: sekretariat@attp.tuwien.ac.at in addition to signing up on TISS. 

Gregg Lambert is Dean’s Professor of Humanities, Principal Investigator, CNY Humanities Corridor Founding Director, Humanities Center, Syracuse University, U.S.A. For CV and publications, see www.gregglambert.com, as well as his page on www.academia.edu.

 

Inhalt der Lehrveranstaltung

This seminar will study the genealogy of the concept of dispositif (mechanism, conceptual device) in the biopolitical philosophy of Michel Foucault. Following the influence of biologist and historian Georges Canguilhem, beginning in works and lectures of 1975, Foucault employs  this term specifically to avoid three other dominant terms in the history of political philosophy: organism, machine, and structure. The uniqueness of Foucault’s approach to the nature of power is that he combines both biological and technical forms in explaining its evolutionary path, which becomes more multiple and dispersed throughout modern societies, and which differentiates its concept from the idea of mechanism that belongs to modern science after Descartes. Thus, the major result of Cartesianism was “to rationalize” the idea of mechanism as a knowledge that is particular to the human species, and not  as a biological capacity that is found to be present in most living organisms. In turn, this was responsible for anthropomorphizing the relation between machine and organism, introducing a fundamental dehiscence between these forms, one that continues to be played out today in determining the relations between humans, animals, and cybernetic (or digitalized) creatures.

In addition to the major works and lectures of Foucault that appear between 1975-1979, from the first volume of The History of Sexuality to the lecture course on The Birth of Biopolitics, in this seminar we will also examine the critical reception of Foucault’s description of power and its biopolitical dispositifs in other thinkers such as Giorgio Agamben, Gilles Deleuze, and Roberto Esposito.

Each 3 hour seminars will consist of lecture presentation, in the first hour, followed by close examination and discussion of the assigned readings. 

 

Gregg Lambert 

(born 1961) is an American philosopher and literary theorist, who writes on Baroque and Neo-Baroque cultural history, critical theory and film, the contemporary university, and especially on the philosophers Gilles Deleuze and Jacques Derrida. Between 2008 and 2014, he was the founding director of Syracuse University Humanities Center, where he currently holds a research appointment as Dean’s Professor of Humanities.

As Co-Founder of The Perpetual Peace Project, a partnership between the European Union National Institutes of Culture (EUNIC), the International Peace Institute (IPI), the United Nations University, Slought Foundation, Syracuse University, Utrecht University, and the Treaty of Utrecht Foundation, Lambert is engaged in bringing together theorists and practitioners in revisiting 21st century prospects for international peace, on the basis of Immanuel Kant's foundational essay "Perpetual Peace: A Philosophical Sketch" (1795). He is the producer of a film by the same name, which consists of a series of short videos of several philosophers, sociologists, and diplomats speaking about peace. Lambert also serves on the Advisory Board of the Histories of Violence project.

His most recent book Philosophy after Friendship: Deleuze's Conceptual Personae (University of Minnesota Press, 2017) deals with the history of political philosophy's "conceptual personae" (Deleuze): the friend, the enemy, the stranger, the migrant, and the refugee or survivor.

  • 2017 Philosophy After Friendship: Deleuze’s Conceptual Personae, ISBN 9781517901004.
  • 2016 Return Statements: The Return of Religion in Contemporary PhilosophyISBN 9781474413916.
  • 2012 In Search of a New Image of Thought: Gilles Deleuze and Philosophical Expressionism, ISBN 9780816678037.
  • 2008 On the (New) Baroque, ISBN 1888570970.
  • 2006 Who’s Afraid of Deleuze and Guattari?, ISBN 9781847060099.
  • 2004 The Return of the Baroque in Modern Culture, ISBN 9780826466488.
  • 2002 The Non-Philosophy of Gilles Deleuze, ISBN 9780826459558.
  • 2001 Report to the Academy (re: The New Conflict of Faculties), ISBN 9781888570618.

Weitere Informationen

Für jede Sitzung sind Texte zur Lektüre vorgesehen: Programm und Download hier auf TISS (asap.)

The Seminar will be taught in English. But Seminar papers written in German will also be accepted. 

Erstes Treffen: 18. September 2018, 14-17 Uhr im ATTP Seminarraum 

 

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Vortragende

Institut

LVA Termine

TagZeitDatumOrtBeschreibung
14:00 - 17:0018.09.2018 - 28.09.2018 Seminar Space ATTP, Wiedner Hauptstrasse 7, Hof, Stiege 2, 1. StockSE Architekturtheorie
Sa.14:00 - 17:0029.09.2018 Last Session: Presentation of YOUR DiagramsLast Session: Presentation of YOUR Diagrams
Wahlseminar - Architekturtheorie - Einzeltermine
TagDatumZeitOrtBeschreibung
Di.18.09.201814:00 - 17:00 Seminar Space ATTP, Wiedner Hauptstrasse 7, Hof, Stiege 2, 1. StockSE Architekturtheorie
Mi.19.09.201814:00 - 17:00 Seminar Space ATTP, Wiedner Hauptstrasse 7, Hof, Stiege 2, 1. StockSE Architekturtheorie
Do.20.09.201814:00 - 17:00 Seminar Space ATTP, Wiedner Hauptstrasse 7, Hof, Stiege 2, 1. StockSE Architekturtheorie
Fr.21.09.201814:00 - 17:00 Seminar Space ATTP, Wiedner Hauptstrasse 7, Hof, Stiege 2, 1. StockSE Architekturtheorie
Di.25.09.201814:00 - 17:00 Seminar Space ATTP, Wiedner Hauptstrasse 7, Hof, Stiege 2, 1. StockSE Architekturtheorie
Mi.26.09.201814:00 - 17:00 Seminar Space ATTP, Wiedner Hauptstrasse 7, Hof, Stiege 2, 1. StockSE Architekturtheorie
Do.27.09.201814:00 - 17:00 Seminar Space ATTP, Wiedner Hauptstrasse 7, Hof, Stiege 2, 1. StockSE Architekturtheorie
Fr.28.09.201814:00 - 17:00 Seminar Space ATTP, Wiedner Hauptstrasse 7, Hof, Stiege 2, 1. StockSE Architekturtheorie
Sa.29.09.201814:00 - 17:00 Last Session: Presentation of YOUR DiagramsLast Session: Presentation of YOUR Diagrams

Leistungsnachweis

A written Seminar paper, in Engl or German language.

Please refer to our "excellent examples of student work" on the ATTP website, as well as to our guide of how to write a seminar paper.

The course will be taught in English.

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Curricula

StudienkennzahlSemesterAnm.Bed.Info
033 243 Architektur 6. SemesterSTEOP
Lehrveranstaltung erfordert die Erfüllung der Studieneingangs- und Orientierungsphase STEOP

Literatur

Es wird ein Reader zur Verfügung gestellt mit folgender Literatur:

 

Agamben, Giorgio  (2009)  What  is an  Apparatus?  Palo Alto:  Stanford  University Press. Althusser,  Louis (2001)  Lenin  and  Philosophy and  Other  Essays. New  York:  Monthly Review  Press. 

Campbell, Timothy (2006) “Bios, Immunity, Life: The Thought of Roberto Esposito, diacritics  36.2: 2–22.

Canguilhem, Georges  (2008),  Knowledge  of Life,  ed.  Paola Marrati  and  Todd Meyers.  New  York: Fordham. 

Deleuze, Gilles  (1992)  “What is  a  dispositif?” in  Armstrong,  Timothy, ed.  Michel  Foucault  Philosopher. New York:  Routledge. 

__________  (2006)  Two  Regimes  of Madness:  Texts  and Interviews  1975-1995.  New York:  Semiotexte.   

__________ (1995)  “Postscript  on Control  Society,”  Negotiations.  New York:  Columbia  University Press, 177-182. 

Deleuze, Gilles,  and  Felix Guattari  (1987)  A  Thousand Plateaus,  trans.  Brian Massumi.  Minneapolis: University  of  Minnesota Press. 

Esposito, Roberto (2015) Two: The Machine of Political Theology and the Place of Thought. Fordham UP. 

Foucault, Michel (1976)  L’Histoire de  la  sexualité. Vol  I:  La Volonté  de  savoir Paris:  Gallimard. 

___________ (1977)  Discipline  and  Punish: The  Birth  of the  Prison.  New York:  Vintage  Books. 

___________ (1980a)  The  History  of Sexuality,  Vol.  1:  An  Introduction.  New York:  Vintage  Books. __________  

(1980b)  Power/Knowledge:  Selected Interviews  and  Other Writings,  1972-1977,  ed.  C. Gordon.  New  York: Pantheon  Books. 

___________ (1994a)  Dit  et  écrits,  vol. 4.  Paris:  Éditions  Gallimard. 

___________ (1994b)  Ethics:  Subjectivity  and Truth.,  Vol  1.  Ed.  Paul Rabinow.  New  York: The  New  Press. 

___________ (2003)  “Society  must  be defended”:  Lectures  at the  College  of France  1975-1976,  ed. Mauro Bertani  and  Allessandro Fontana.  Basingstoke:  Palgrave Macmillan. ___________ (2004a)  Abnormal:  Lectures  at the  College  of France  1975-1976,  ed. Mauro  Bertani  and Allessandro  Fontana. Basingstoke:  Palgrave  Macmillan. 

___________ (2004b)  Sécurité,  territoire,  population: Cours  au  Collège de  France,  1977-1978.  Paris: Gallimard/Seuil. 

__________ (2007)  Security,  Territory,  Population: Lectures  at  the College  of  France, 1977-1978,  ed. Michael  Senellart. Basingstoke:  Palgrave  Macmillan. 

__________ (2008)  The  Birth  of Biopolitics:  Lectures  at the  College  of France,  1978-1979,  ed. Michael Senellart,  Francois  Ewald and  Alessandro  Fontana (Basingstoke:  Palgrave  Macmillan).  

Lambert, Gregg (2018) “Biopower and Biopolitics” Bloomsbury Handbook of Literary Criticism and Theory. 

Pasquinelli, Matteo  (2015)  “What an  Apparatus  is Not:  On  the Archeology  of  the Norm  in  Foucault, Canguilhem,  and Goldstein,”  Parrehesia, no. 22,  79-89. 

Cary Wolfe (2018) “Posthumanism  Thinks  the Political:  A  Genealogy for  Foucault’s  Birth of  Biopolitics.”  Journal of  Posthuman  Studies, Vol. 1,  No. 2,  2017, 117-135.

 

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Sprache

bei Bedarf in Englisch