14th Biennial RPA Conference
Facing Catastrophe: Environment, Technology, and Media
Due to the pandemic, we are postponing the Radical Philosophy Association Conference 2020
The Advisory Committee of the RPA has voted to postpone the conference until November of 2021. We write “postpone” rather than “cancel” – as the conference that would have been held November 2020 will remain the same, but be held one year later. The conference theme (“Facing Catastrophe”), location (San Jose State University in San Jose, CA), local host (Carlos Sanchez), conference program chair (Cory Wimberly), and program committee remains. If you submitted a proposal to the RPA 2020 conference and were accepted, that acceptance stands for the 2021 conference. The same goes for book panels and invited organizations—we hope you will also participate next year. If you were not accepted or did not submit, there will be another call for submissions at a later time and you are encouraged to submit then.
We will write more later with the details regarding dates, hotels and so forth.
We hope that you are all healthy and taking care of yourselves and your comrades in the spirit of solidarity.
The article below was published in the Radical Philosophy Review 22.2 (2019): 209-237. As with any other article published in the Radical Philosophy Review, the views of the authors are not necessarily those of the editors or of the Radical Philosophy Association as an organization. To be clear, in posting this, we are not endorsing violent political protest as a tactic. However, we are making it public in an effort to invite discussion.
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