The following footage (7 parts) is of a roundtable discussion held at the ‘Performatives after Deconstruction’ conference, organised by Mauro Senatore and the London Graduate School, held at Kingston University, 29-30 June 2010.
Date: 9 October 2010 Location: Penrhyn Road Campus Kingston KT1 2EE Fee: £50/£40 early bird/£20 student Memory, Identity, and New Fantasy Cultures in Film and Television One day conference, Kingston University, October 9th, London Click on: http://fass.kingston.ac.uk/activities/item.php?updatenum=1358 Download the programme: http://fass.kingston.ac.uk/downloads/conference-memory-identity-programme.pdf Keynote speakers Professor Fred Botting Professor Matthew Pateman The conference will be concluded with […]
Date: 6 November 2010 , 09:00 to 17:30 Location: Penrhyn Road Campus Kingston University KT1 2EE Fee: £15 Kingston University Postgraduate Conference Migrancy and the Text Keynote Lecture by Professor Robert Eaglestone (Royal Holloway) ‘Migrancy, Newness and the Problems of Tradition’ Saturday 6th November 2010, 9.30am – 5.00pm Kingston University, Penrhyn Road Campus, London, KT1 […]
Linda Williams has written of the three body genres of cinema that most obviously disturb our flesh (melodrama, horror, pornography)… Yet there are also more complex responses, which are neither thoughtless flesh nor disembodied reflections, but affective thoughts, seeing-thoughts, that are all the more potent because they are imagistic (and non-neurotypical). These images are not any less the animal-thinking-in-us, however, nor are they either base or inhuman: they might simply be where our most powerful and animal thinking resides.
Forthcoming dates in the LGS diary for this autumn include: Catherine Malabou (University of Paris, Ouest-Nanterre), ‘What is a Psychic Event?: Freud and Contemporary Neurology on Trauma’, Tuesday 26th October, 6pm. (Joint event with CRMEP.) Venue: The Churchill Room, Goodenough College, Mecklenburgh Square, Bloomsbury, WC1N 2AB. Sean Gaston (Brunel University), ‘Derrida and the End of […]
The Centre for Research In Modern European Philosophy is relaunched at Kingston University this autumn. Alongside a day event, The Government of Self and Other: On Foucault’s Lectures at the Collège de France, 1982/3 to be held at Bolivar Hall on 2nd December 2010, the Centre has just published its autumn research seminar programme , […]