The London Graduate School is a doctoral programme, postgraduate seminar and series of events in contemporary critical theory offered in central London and Kingston University. The London Graduate School offers accredited PhD, MPhil and MA by Research degrees, in a richly stimulating and closely supportive environment that brings together world-leading scholars in literature, culture, media, theory, and philosophy, major figures in contemporary art practice, film-making and writing, and ambitious and creative students working at the forefront of their disciplinary and interdisciplinary fields. Students of the London Graduate School enjoy unprecedented access in London to a programme of cutting-edge academic and cultural events.
An event and discussion to mark the publication of The Rhythmic Event, Art, Media, and the Sonic by Eleni Ikoniadou (published by MIT Press, 2014) Thursday 25 June 2015, 6.30–9.30pm Speakers include Eleni Ikoniadou, Kodwo Eshun, Olga Goriunova and Matthew Fuller. The Rhythmic Event is part of the Technologies of Lived Abstraction series, edited by […]
The London Graduate School Summer Academy in the Critical Humanities University College London 22-25 June 2015 ‘Right to Philosophy’ Programme Featuring Bernard Stiegler, Andrew Benjamin, Stella Sandford, Howard Caygill, Rebecca Comay, Catherine Malabou and Etienne Balibar Monday 22nd June 1pm Registration and Welcome Simon Morgan Wortham and Martin McQuillan (Kingston University) South Wing 9 […]
The Inaugural Conference of the Kingston Shakespeare Seminar in Theory, ‘Shakespeare and Waste’, will be held on Saturday 23rd May in The Rose Theatre, Kingston. This is a free event but registration closes on 21 May. For further details click here
Andrew Goffey’s lecture, ‘Guattari: Theories and Institutions’, was presented for CRMEP on 30th April 2015. Andrew Goffey is Associate Professor of Critical Theory and Cultural Studies at the University of Nottingham. He is the coeditor, with Éric Alliez, of The Guattari Effect and the translator of Isabelle Stengers and Philippe Pignarre’s Capitalist Sorcery, of Félix […]