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Who Can Be Defended? The Emancipatory Power of the Palestinian Revolution – a lecture by Jodi Dean

svgMarch 18, 2024EventsBoom Town Press

Theme: flight, the taking to the skies and the exhilaration of transcendence

Jodi Dean is an American political theorist and professor in the Political Science department at Hobart and William Smith Colleges in New York state. The lecture was given at Morey Hall at the University of Rochester on March 4, 2024. The event was sponsored by Rochester Students for Justice in Palestine.

Dean received her B.A. in History from Princeton University in 1984. She received her MA, MPhil, and PhD from Columbia University in 1992. She is the author and editor of thirteen books. Her most recent book is titled Comrade: An Essay on Political Belonging (Verso 2019). She is an active member of the Party for Socialism and Liberation.

Join an art build this Tuesday, March 19th by Students for Justice in Palestine at the DLH basement at the University of Rochester, where they will be making kites for Thursday’s strike! Learn about their significance and make sure to participate in this week’s solidarity strike. Free Palestine!

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