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The conference proposes to investigate the political, aesthetic and epistemological underpinnings of the notion of anachronism, twenty years after the publication of Rancière’s essay. Bringing together variegated perspectives from a wide range of fields – philosophy, literary studies, history, art criticism, geography, political economy, cultural studies – it seeks to explore the contemporary resonances and currencies of anachronism, its various uses and abuses.
Does anachronism still retain the status of a “deadly sin” in the field of history and other disciplines? What do instances of anachronism in scholarship enable us to see, what do they obscure? What are the connections, if any, between anachronism and radical equality, between anachronism and the possibility of emancipation? How might anachronism aid us in thinking about the intersections of multiple temporalities; in reconciling various philosophical conceptions and interpretations of time and space; in gauging the links between historiography, realism and literature; in producing theories and practices of revolution? Possible topics include but are not limited to: