Join writer and activist Sabu Kohso, with Max Palevsky Professor Emeritus Harry Harootunian, in discussion of Kohso’s latest, critically relevant work, Radiation and Revolution. Introduced and moderated by Tom Looser.
About Sabu Kohso: Sabu Kohso is an independent scholar, translator, and political activist. He has worked with and translated works spanning architecture (Arata Isozaki), critical theory (Karatani Kojin, David Graeber), and work including his own on Japan’s position with the contemporary sphere of planetary capitalism.
About Harry Harootunian: Harry Harootunian is Max Palevsky Professor of History Emeritus at the University of Chicago and Professor Emeritus of East Asian studies at New York University. With extensive and widely influential publications on Japanese intellectual history and critical theory, Harootunian’s latest book is The Unspoken as Heritage The Armenian Genocide and Its Unaccounted Lives.
Tom Looser is department Chair and Associate Professor of East Asian Studies at New York University.
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