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Date: Sun, 30 Oct 2005 16:20:12 +0000
Subject: [Nietzsche] NIETZSCHE LECTURE ON TUESDAY


For those of you who may be interested, Christa Davis Acampora will be 
giving a lecture this Tuesday evening at Marymount Manhattan College on the 
Upper East Side.

Christa Davis Acampora's specialty is nineteenth- and twentieth-century 
European philosophy, particularly the philosophies of Nietzsche and 
Heidegger. Acampora also has interests in aesthetics, moral psychology, and 
a variety of topics that are prominent in contemporary philosophical 
discussions, including philosophy of sport, critical race theory, and 
identity theory.


PHILOSOPHY FORUM


Forgetting the Subject: Nietzsche on the Cruelty of Memory and Saving 
Community

by

Christa Davis Acampora of
Hunter College and The Graduate Center
City University of New York


Tuesday, November 1st
5:30 to 7:00 PM

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

MARYMOUNT MANHATTAN COLLEGE
221 East 71st Street (2nd/3rd)
in The Regina Peruggi Room
2nd Floor, Main Building

For more information, contact: Mark T. Conard,
212-774-0704, or at mconard-AT-mmm.edu


Christa Davis Acampora

Christa Davis Acampora's specialty is nineteenth- and twentieth-century 
European philosophy, particularly the philosophies of Nietzsche and 
Heidegger. Acampora also has interests in aesthetics, moral psychology, and 
a variety of topics that are prominent in contemporary philosophical 
discussions, including philosophy of sport, critical race theory, and 
identity theory. Her publications include A Nietzschean Bestiary: Becoming 
Animal Beyond Docile and Brutal (edited with Ralph R. Acampora), "Demos 
Agonistes Redux: Reflections on the Streit of Political Agonism" in 
Nietzsche-Studien (2003), "Nietzsche Contra Homer, Socrates, and Paul" in 
The Journal of Nietzsche Studies (2002), and numerous other articles and 
book chapters.

She is currently editing books on cultural productions of women of color (to 
be published by SUNY Press in 2005) and on Nietzsche's On the Genealogy of 
Morals (to be published by Rowman & Littlefield in 2005), and she will soon 
complete a book manuscript on Nietzsche's conception of competition. 
Acampora is the North American Book Review Editor for The Journal of 
Nietzsche Studies, and she has written reviews for publication in Philosophy 
in Review, The European Legacy, Man and World, and Hypatia. She also serves 
on the program committee for the North American Nietzsche Society.


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