Join Bruno Bosteels for a talk about his new book “Marx and Freud in Latin America” (Verso, August 2012). His book assesses the relevance of Marx and Freud who inspired the beleaguered activists, intellectuals, writers, and artists in Latin America during times of political and cultural oppression. Bosteels presents case studies arguing that art and literature, more than any militant tract or theoretical essay, can give us a glimpse into Marxism and psychoanalysis.
Bruno Bosteels, professor of Romance Studies at Cornell, is also the author of “Badiou and Politics” (Verso, August 2011), and “ The Actuality of Communism” (Verso, June 2011). He is the translator of several books by Alain Badiou including “Theory of the Subject,” “Can Politics Be Thought?” and “What Is Antiphilosophy?”
For more information about the author visit: www.versobooks.com/authors/124-bruno-bosteels.
Light refreshments will be available after the talk, and books will be available for purchase and signing.
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