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Derrida Today 2nd international conference

Posted: Thursday 17 Jun 2010
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UPDATE: The Derrida Today conference will now be held at Goodenough College in Bloomsbury, Central London. For more information, see the change of venue announcement in the news section of the LGS website.

Hosted jointly by the Derrida Today journal based at Macquarie University, Sydney, and Kingston University, London, the 2nd international Derrida Today conference is to take place on 19-21st July, 2010. Plenary speakers include Geoffrey Bennington (Emory University), Peggy Kamuf (University of Southern California), Marian Hobson (Queen Mary, University of London) and Nicholas Royle (Sussex University).

The three day programme has attracted around 200 delegates world-wide. Footage from the conference will appear on the LGS website and a future edition of Derrida Today will be devoted to selected conference proceedings.

For further information please contact Martin McQuillan or Simon Morgan Wortham or go to euppublishing.com link for journal.

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