Horror isn’t what it used to be. Nor are its Gothic avatars. The meaning of monsters, vampires and ghosts has changed significantly over the last two hundred years, as have the mechanisms (from fiction to fantasmagoria, film and video games) through which they are produced and consumed. Limits of horror, moving from gothic to cybergothic, […]

To  download  Martin McQuillan’s ‘For the Love of the University: A Useless Argument’, first presented at the British Library on 18 November, 2011, click here:  The Future of Arts Research docx-

Listen to Rodolphe Gasché, ‘An Immemorial Remainder: The Legacy of Derrida’

Posted: Monday 21 Nov 2011
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Recorded on 3 November 2011 at the Art Workers Guild Lecture Hall, 6, Queen Square, London, in conjunction with CRMEP: click here Rodolphe Gasché is Distinguished Professor and Eugenio Donato Chair of Comparative Literature at SUNY Buffalo. His two most recent publications are: The Stelliferous Fold: Toward a Virtual Law of Literature’s Self-Formation (New York: […]

Julia Reinhard Lupton at the LGS

Posted: Tuesday 15 Nov 2011
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 Julia Reinhard Lupton, ‘The Renaissance Republic of Furniture: From Political Theology to Political Ecology’, Thursday, 8th December 7pm, Swedenborg Hall, Bloomsbury Way. Julia Reinhard Lupton is Professor of English and Comparative Literature at the University of California, Irvine, with a joint appointment in Education. In 2010-2011, she is directing UCI’s Program in Jewish Studies. In […]

Laruelle Workshop on December 6th now full

Posted: Friday 11 Nov 2011
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The Laruelle Workshop on December 6th is now full. Any new people wishing to participate will be put on a reserve list. (Please note that there will be a second workshop on May 15, 2012). The lecture on this December 7th, however, does not require a reservation and so remains open to all – though […]

LGS Seminar with Simon Critchley

Posted: Thursday 03 Nov 2011
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Simon Critchley, ‘Do it, England (The Hamlet Doctrine, Part I)’, an LGS research seminar, 2-4pm, Tuesday 29th November 2011, upstairs at the Swedenborg,  20-21 Bloomsbury Way, London, WC1A 2TH. Free event, all welcome. Simon Critchley is Hans Jonas Professor at The New Schoolfor Social Research in New York,  and the author of many books including, […]

LGS 2017 Summer Academy Progamme: '1967'

Tuesday 09 May 2017
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This is the final programme for the 2017 London Graduate School Summer Academy in the Critical Humanities, on the topic of '1967': Monday 26 June 1pm...