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Philosophical Screens: Politics and Art in Rohmer’s The Lady and the Duke, at BFI Southbank March 5

Posted: Tuesday 03 Mar 2015
by John Mullarkey 0 comments

This Thursday at the BFI: LGS Philosophical Screens on Rohmer’s The Lady and the Duke

Our Philosophical Screens event discusses this Eric Rohmer title.

Free to ticket-holders of The Lady and the Duke at 18:00 Thu 5 Mar (please retain ticket to gain admittance), otherwise £6.50

In the latest of our discussion events, where we examine film through a philosophical lens, William Brown (University of Roehampton) and Catherine Wheatley (King’s College London) join host John Mullarkey (Kingston University) to explore the politics, art and technology deployed in The Lady and the Duke, which screens as part of our Eric Rohmer season.


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LGS 2017 Summer Academy Progamme: '1967'

Tuesday 09 May 2017
Posted in Blog

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...

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