Danilo Scholtz is Max Weber Fellow at the EUI. He works on the history of twentieth-century political thought and culture, most recently the relationship between research in ethnography, psychoanalysis and geography in changing conceptions of the state in twentieth-century European thought, from Kojève to Deleuze and Guattari. He also writes essays for a broader public on political, cultural and literary subjects, and was awarded the prestigious 2019 Heinrich Mann Prize by the Berlin Academy of Arts.
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This talk is part of the ‘Rethinking the Contemporary: The World since the Cold War’ series, TORCH
Convenors: Faisal Devji and David Priestland (Contact email@example.com)