Welcome

The Critical Theory Workshop is an international school for trans-disciplinary, cross-cultural and committed research. As a non-profit educational counter-institution, it seeks to bring affordable education with real use-value to a broad public by offering seminars and symposiums in Philadelphia, online courses, a summer workshop in Paris, as well as a video archive of select events as a free educational resource. See below for some of our upcoming events!

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UPCOMING EVENTS

Call for Applications: Summer Program in Paris, France
6/29 – 7/17/20

The summer workshop in Paris, France will be celebrating its 12-year anniversary in 2020. Click here for information about the program. We have a rolling admissions policy until March 31 (an extended deadline due to COVID-19), and early applications are encouraged. Click here to apply. Nota bene: we are still planning on holding the workshop this summer, assuming that the circumstances are favorable.

“Never Surrender: Popular Power Against Global Capital”
Symposium in Philadelphia and Online
4/2/20 – 4/3/20 (This event has been postponed until fall 2020)

In collaboration with the “Counter-History and Theory” working group at the University of Pennsylvania, the Critical Theory Workshop will host a free, public symposium on 4/3/20 with Ania Loomba, William I. Robinson and Raúl Zibechi, moderated by Jennifer Ponce de León. The symposium will open on 4/2/20 with a presentation by Randy Williams on the commons and a reading of one of Ricardo Bracho’s plays. Stay tune for more details!

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