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Nietzsche 13/13 is co-sponsored by the Columbia Center for Contemporary Critical Thought and the Society of Fellows in the Humanities at Columbia University. The series will be run in conjunction with a reading group at the Columbia Global Center-Paris, which will host two of the Nietzsche 13/13 seminars in Paris (on December 15, 2016, and January 5, 2017).

The webcasts and videos are produced by Total Webcasting and they have been made possible, in part, by a generous grant from Total Webcast. We are extremely grateful to Robert Feldman and Joe Feldman.

This exceptional website was designed and produced by Alex Gil and Luis Bello, with inspiration from Mia Ruyter’s and Miguel Ripoll’s artwork. The artwork was created by Mia Ruyter. Design for the website banner is by Miguel Ripoll.

Anna Krauthamer and Daniele Lorenzini at the Columbia Center for Contemporary Critical Thought have worked tirelessly to realize this series. Loren Wolfe at the Columbia Global Center-Paris, Eileen Gillooly and Joella Adia Jones at the Heyman Center, Sarah Monks at ICLS, Shanny Peer at the Maison Française, and Claire Merrill and Alice Wang at the CCCCT have also made this series possible through their hard work, support, encouragement, and generosity. The series also has the support of the Institute for Comparative Literature and Society and the Maison Française.

The project as a whole was created, organized and spearheaded by Bernard E. Harcourt and Jesús R. Velasco, with the support and participation of Anna Krauthamer and Daniele Lorenzini.