Listen to Russell Grigg at the LGS

Posted: Thursday 27 Nov 2014
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Listen to Professor Russell Grigg (Deakin University, Australia), ‘Why Freud’s Theory of Melancholia is All Wrong’, click here Russell Grigg is the author of Lacan, Language and Philosophy (SUNY, 2008) and the translator of a number of Lacan’s Seminars including Seminar III The Psychoses and Seminar XVII The Other Side of Psychoanalysis. Russell Grigg’s talk is […]

Listen to Peter Osborne, ‘Use! Value! Exchange! Inside and outside relations of exchange’, 20th November 2014, at Central Saint Martins click here to listen This is the opening lecture of the Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy’s 20th Anniversary Public Lecture Series, in association with the London Graduate School and Art and Philosophy at Central […]

Professor Mary Beth Mader (Memphis University), “Whence intensity? Deleuze and the revival of a concept”, a lecture given in the Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy at Kingston University on 16 October 2014,  click to listen (with an introduction by Professor Peter Osborne (CRMEP))

Listen to Werner Hamacher at the RCA

Posted: Wednesday 01 Oct 2014
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Click here to listen to Werner Hamacher give his plenary address at the LGS/RCA symposium on his work, ‘Gesture, Performativity, Language’, held on 30 September 2014 at the Royal College of Art. Professor Hamacher’s paper is entitled  TÒ AUTÓ , THE SAME, – – (Celan with Parmenides and Heidegger). Werner Hamacher is Emmanuel Levinas Chair at the European […]

Presented by the London Graduate School in association with Bloomsbury Publishing: Elissa Marder on “Dream and the Guillotine: Femininity, Photography and Other Scenes of Fixation” was held on June 9, 2014. Click here to listen to a recording of the event. Abstract: “What is the relation between the singular unreality of the world of a […]

As part of the “Shakespeare and Law” Eric Heinze from the School of Law at Queen Mary, University of London presented the public lecture: “Equivocation will undo us: Linguistic transformation as legal strategy in Shakespearean political drama” at the Rose Theatre, Kingston Upon Thames. The podcast of the lecture is available here. The full “Shakespeare and […]

To launch the KISS (Kingston Shakespeare Seminar Series), “Shakespeare and Law” Martin McQuillan from the London Graduate School presented the public lecture: “Marx, Derrida, Shakespeare” at the Rose Theatre, Kingston Upon Thames. The podcast of the lecture is available here. The full “Shakespeare and Law” programme can be found here: KISS “Shakespeare and Law” Spring […]

Listen to the Ernst Bloch London Symposium

Posted: Tuesday 17 Dec 2013
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The work of Ernst Bloch posits a utopian impulse that Fredric Jameson has described as ‘governing and encompassing everything, from games to patent medicines, from myths to mass entertainment, from iconography to technology, from architecture to Eros, from tourism to jokes and the unconscious’. On Thursday, December 12th, The London Graduate School in association with […]

Listen to “A Symposium on Resistance”

Posted: Monday 11 Nov 2013
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On Friday, November 8th, The London Graduate School in association with Art & Philosophy @ Central Saint Martins hosted “A Symposium on Resistance” with Jacqueline Rose, Peter Hallward, Costas Douzinas, Michael Dillon and Howard Caygill. The symposium debated the possibilities and limits of a politics of resistance, its ambivalent relationship to the project of revolutionary […]

Paul de Man – The Messenger Lectures (1983) The Messenger Lectures are a prestigious series of talks given by leading scholars and public figures at Cornell University. They were founded in 1924 by a gift from Hiram Messenger and are regarded as one of the most important of Cornell’s extracurricular activities. There were initially “twelve […]

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...