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.
Apr 2014Marc Couroux: "Sabotage the Audiostat! Hyperstitional Paracoustics & Chronoportational Pragmètics"
Granary Building, Central Saint Martins
Feb 2014Martin McQuillan: "Marx, Derrida, Shakespeare"
Rose Theatre, Kingston
Applications are now open for the new MA in Psychoanalysis: MA in Psychoanalysis The course is based on a structured study of the fundamental texts of Freudian and Lacanian psychoanalysis. It provides the perfect foundation for doctoral research in clinical psychoanalysis or psychoanalysis applied to other fields such as literature, philosophy, film and media. The [...]
Martin McQuillan Any vice-chancellor wondering what to do with his or her most recent double-digit pay rise this Grand National weekend could try a flutter on the outcome of the next general election. Bookmakers are noted for seldom losing money and, in the opinion of both William Hill and Paddy Power, the most likely outcome [...]
The London Graduate School in association with Art + Philosophy @ Central Saint Martins presents: “Sabotage the Audiostat! Hyperstitional Paracoustics & Chronoportational Pragmètics” Marc Couroux (York University, Canada) 4-6PM on April 15, 2014 in Lecture Theatre E003 in the Granary Building at Central Saint Martins. Music’s amenability to cybernetics is underlined by Claude Shannon, who [...]
The Kingston Shakespeare Seminar series (KiSS), which currently focuses on “Shakespeare and Law” is free, open to the public, and held at the Rose Theatre in Kingston Upon Thames. The details of the seminars in the series are listed below, and the next seminar (to be held this afternoon – 13 March 2014) will be [...]
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 [...]