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"In 2011, we were witnessing (and participating) in a series of shattering events, from the Arab Spring to the Occupy Wall Street movements, from the UK suburban protests to Breivik's ideological madness. 2011 was thus the year of dreaming dangerously, in both directions: there were emancipatory dreams mobilizing protesters in New York, on Tahir Square, in London and Athens--and there were the obscure destructive dreams propelling Breivik and other racist populists all around Europe.
What is the meaning of these explosions? Do they have a common root?"
--Slavoj Žižek, Spring 2012
On April 25th, Slavoj Žižek will be appear at the New York Public Library in their LIVE from the NYPL series to speak about the world-historical events of the past year.
Tickets are $25 for General Admission and $15 for Friends of the NYPL, Seniors and Students with valid ID.
Visit the New York Public Library's event page to purchase tickets.
Verso will publish Žižek's The Year of Dreaming Dangerously in Fall 2012; stay tuned to our blog for more on Žižek and Less Than Nothing: Hegel and the Shadow of Dialectical Materialism, his long-awaited masterwork on Hegel, publishing this May.