Judith Butler

Judith Butler
Judith Butler

Professor, Department of Comparative Literature, University of California, Berkeley.

Judith Butler (Cleveland, 1956) is Maxine Elliot Professor in the Department of Comparative Literature and the Program of Critical Theory at the University of California, Berkeley, and Hannah Arendt Chair and Professor of Philosophy at The European Graduate School (EGS). After her initial work in the field of gender studies, she has since published influential books in the fields of ethics, politics and human rights. She is presently deemed to be one of the world’s most influential intellectuals. Notable among her books published in Spanish are El género en disputa: el feminismo y la subversión de la identidad (Paidós 2007 - Gender Trouble: Feminism and the Subversion of Identity,1990); Cuerpos que importan (Paidós – Argentina, 2008 – Bodies That Matter: On the Discursive Limits of Sex, 1993); Marcos de guerra. Las vidas lloradas (Paidós 2009 – Frames of War: When Is Life Grievable? 2009); and Deshacer el género (Paidós 2012 – Undoing Gender, 2004). She has recently published Dispossessions: The Performative in the Political (co-authored with Athena Athanasiou, 2013) and Senses of the Subject (2015), while Notes toward a Performative Theory of Assembly is to appear in November 2015. The CCCB’s bilingual “Breus” collection has published three of her lectures Vulnerabilitat, supervivència (Vulnerability, Survival, 2008) and Violència d’Estat, guerra, resistència (State Violence, War, Resistance, 2010). The latter text was also published in Spanish by Katz Ediciones in 2011) and Cossos que encara importen (Bodies that still matter, 2017).

Update: 6 April 2018

Contents

82. Cossos que encara importen / Bodies that still matter

Publications

82. Cossos que encara importen / Bodies that still matter

Judith Butler

To Think with Judith Butler

Videos

To Think with Judith Butler

Soy cámara online

Judith Butler. Fina Birulés and Marta Segarra

Videos

Judith Butler. Fina Birulés and Marta Segarra

The Gender Trouble: Why Do Bodies Matter?

Mainstream Feminism

Videos

Mainstream Feminism

Soy cámara online

Judith Butler. Gender and sexuality for teenagers

Videos

Judith Butler. Gender and sexuality for teenagers

Discussion with Miquel Missé and 300 students

Ethics and Politics of Non-violence

Videos

Ethics and Politics of Non-violence

Lecture by Judith Butler

Bodies That Still Matter

Videos

Bodies That Still Matter

Lecture by Judith Butler

Soy Cámara #43. To be or not to be famous

Videos

Soy Cámara #43. To be or not to be famous

The CCCB’s Programme

Soy Cámara #41. Under siege

Videos

Soy Cámara #41. Under siege

The CCCB’s Programme

Soy Cámara #4. Violence

Videos

Soy Cámara #4. Violence

The CCCB’s Programme

State Violence, War, Resistance

Videos

State Violence, War, Resistance

Lecture by Judith Butler

The Human Condition. Vulnerability, Survivability

Videos

The Human Condition. Vulnerability, Survivability

Lecture by Judith Butler

Has participated in

Dialogue between Judith Butler and Fina Birulés, moderated by Marta Segarra

Debate

Thinking Biennale. Open City

Dialogue between Judith Butler and Fina Birulés, moderated by Marta Segarra

The Gender Trouble: Why Do Bodies Matter?

A morning with Judith Butler

Debate

Lectures for secondary students

A morning with Judith Butler

Lecture and discussion with Miquel Missé

Ethics and Politics of Non-violence

Debate

Are we adults?

Ethics and Politics of Non-violence

Lecture by Judith Butler

Bodies That Still Matter

Debate

Bodies That Still Matter

Lecture by Judith Butler

Judith Butler.State Violence, War, Resistance

Debate

Judith Butler.State Violence, War, Resistance

For a New Politics of the Left

Vulnerability, Survivability

Debate

The Human Condition

Vulnerability, Survivability

Lecture by Judith Butler