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.
Mar 2015Coming soon: Rosi Braidotti, 'Vectors of Affirmation'
Bloomsbury and Kingston
Jan 2015John Ó Maoilearca on The Laughing Philosopher at IAI
This Spring Rosi Braidotti will be in London to deliver the London Graduate School Bloomsbury Lecture. Her title is ‘Vectors of Affirmation’. The event will take place at Bloomsbury Publishing, 50 Bedford Square, on Tuesday 10th March, 2015, from 6-8pm, and will be followed by a wine reception. This is a free event but attendance […]
The London Graduate School in collaboration with Art and Philosophy at Central Saint Martins presents: Catherine Malabou and Éric Laurent – Psychoanalysis and the Cognitive Sciences (22 January 2015, Central Saint Martins). To listen click here Catherine Malabou is Professor of Philosophy at the Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy, Kingston University. Her work focuses upon […]
The Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy (CRMEP) and the London Graduate School in collaboration with Art and Philosophy at Central Saint Martins present a lecture in CRMEP’s 20th Anniversary Public Lecture Series: Professor Howard Caygill (Kingston University), ‘Philosophical Kafkas’ (CSM, 15th January 2015). To listen click here
Listin to John Ó Maoilearca, Julian Baggini and Katie Brand debate the nature of comedy and reality. http://iai.tv/video/the-laughing-philosopher To be taken seriously is an accolade for the thinker. But from Nietzsche to Derrida, big ideas have been expressed through irony, satire and jest. Might comedy be the best and perhaps only way to convey some truths, or […]
Catherine Malabou and Eric Laurent debate psychoanalysis and the cognitive sciences, 22 January at Central St Martins, Granary Building, St Pancras, London. 6-8pm. This is part of a series of talks supporting the MA Psychoanalysis at Kingston University. This is a free public event but seats must be booked in advance. To register click here