Day 1

Panel 1) Marcuse Then and Now
Moderated by Julian Bourg, Boston College

One-Dimensional Manuscript
Patrick Gamsby, Brandeis University

The Resonance of Marcuse in the 60s and Now
Laura Miller, Brandeis University

Things You Can Do With Marcuse
Steve Dowden, Brandeis University/Q&A

Panel 2) Re-Examining the Relationship Between Marcuse's Critical Theory and Heideggerian Phemenology
Moderated by W. Mark Cobb, Bucks County Community College

Andrew Feenberg, Simon Fraser University
John Abromeit, State University of New York, Buffalo State

Panel 3) One Dimensionality and Beyond
Moderated by Caren Irr, Brandeis University

The Historical Sources of the Concept of One-Dimensionality: Marcuse's Early Theoretical Struggles
Arnold L. Farr, University of Kentucky

Our Blood is Thinning: Death, Destruction, and Residual Resistance
Stephen Bourque, Temple University

Ways out of One-Dimensionality: The Contribution of One-Dimensional Man to a Critical Analysis of the Present
Rainer Winter, Universität Klagenfurt/Q&A

Panel 4) Debates, Dialogues, and Diatribes
Moderated by Peter Gordon, Harvard University

The Fromm-Marcuse Debate of 1955-56: Who Won?
Lawrence Friedman,Indiana University

Their Dialectics and Ours
Ben Serby, Columbia University

Considerations on Repressive Tolerance and the University
Eugene Sheppard, Brandeis University/Q&A