LGS Blog

Branka Arsic and David Wills speak at LGS

Posted: Thursday 10 May 2012
by LGS 0 comments

Free public seminar (all welcome): Branka Arsic (SUNY Albany), “Memorial Life: Thoreau, Freud and Benjamin on Nature in Mourning” and David Wills (SUNY Albany), “Bloodless Coup: Love in the Heart of Technology”, at the Swedenborg , Wynter Room, 20-21 Bloomsbury Way, London, 6-8pm on Tuesday 22nd May.

Branka Arsic specialises in nineteenth-century literature and culture, and early American literature. She is the author of On Leaving: A Reading in Emerson (Harvard UP, 2010), and a book on Melville entitled Passive Constitutions or 7½ Times Bartleby (StanfordUP, 2007). She has co-edited (with Cary Wolfe) a collection of essays on Emerson, entitled The Other Emerson: New Approaches, Divergent Paths (University of Minnesota Press, 2010).

David Wills has written widely on literary theory, especially the work of Jacques Derrida, film theory, and comparative literature. He has translated numerous texts by Jacques Derrida including The Gift of Death (Chicago UP, 1995) and The Animal That Therefore I Am (Fordham UP, 2008) and is the author of several books including Prosthesis (Stanford UP, 1995) and Dorsality: Thinking Back Through Technology and Politics (U of Minnesota Press, 2008).

Leave a comment

What Can We Do With Non-Philosophy? Listen here

Thursday 12 Nov 2015
Posted in Blog

10 November 2015, Swedenborg Hall, Bloomsbury Way, London   What Can We Do With Non-Philosophy? A Discussion with Alexander Galloway, Ian...

The Whim


Speculative Heresy

Socialism and/or Barbarism

Object-Oriented Philosophy

Larval Subjects

Infinite Thought

Fractal Ontology

Foucault Blog

Michael Foucault Info

Eliminative Culinarism

Discourse Notebook Archive

Deleuze International

Continental Philosophy

Black Metal Theory


The Accursed Share

University of London Institute in Paris

The London Society of the NLS