Immunity, Health and the Body Politic
Centre for Applied Philosophy, Politics & Ethics (CAPPE)
University of Brighton
30th April, 2016
Bramber House, University of Sussex
Andrew Jones, Cardiff University.
Nations as immunological systems and the use of metaphors within immunology.
Tom Frost, University of Sussex
On the Coming Uses of Community and Immunity: Agamben and Esposito in an Age of Nihilism
Mark Devenney and German Primera, CAPPE, University of Brighton
Immunity and Impropriety
Joseph Barker, Penn State University
Inoculation, grace and exclusion: Nietzsche’s perspective on the European crisis.
Melayna Lamb, CAPPE, University of Brighton
Sovereign Violence and Police Power: The Immunitarian logic of Police
Denise Vargiu, University of Bristol
Citizenship deprivation and the political body
Tim Huzar, CAPPE, University of Brighton
Immunity ‘Beyond Biopolitics’
Michael Lewis (Independent Scholar)
Esposito’s Two and Agamben’s Kingdom and the Glory: On the Machine and the Nature of Political Theology
Round Table Discussion
The Symposium is free, though place are limited. For more information and to register, please email: G.Primera@brighton.ac.uk
Symposium: Immunity, Health and the Body Politic