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.
Feb 2014Martin McQuillan: "Marx, Derrida, Shakespeare"
Rose Theatre, Kingston
Mar 2014Simon O'Sullivan: "Art Practice as Non-Schizoanalysis and Myth-Science (Case Study: Plastique Fantastique)" - 18th March at Kingston University
Room JG0002, Kingston University
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 [...]
To launch the KISS (Kingston Shakespeare Seminar Series), “Shakespeare and Law” Martin McQuillan from the London Graduate School will present a public lecture: ‘Marx, Derrida, Shakespeare’ From 5:30PM on Wednesday, February 12 at the Rose Theatre, Kingston Upon Thames. The full “Shakespeare and Law” programme can be found here: KISS “Shakespeare and Law” Spring 2014-3 [...]
Upcoming public lecture hosted by the London Graduate School at Kingston University: “Art Practice as Non-Schizoanalysis and Myth-Science (Case Study: Plastique Fantastique)” Simon O’Sullivan (Goldsmiths, University of London) 5-7PM on Tuesday, March 18 in the John Galsworthy Building Room 0002 at Kingston University. Using Plastique Fantastique as case study this talk will develop the idea [...]
Laruelle and LGS at Cerisy La Salle, France The Centre Culturel International de Cerisy and the London Graduate School are happy to announce a forthcoming colloquium dedicated to the work of François Laruelle. Entitled ‘La Philosophie non-standard de François Laruelle’, the colloquium will take place 3-10 September 2014. The colloquia held at Cerisy [...]
Philosophical Screens Event: “Experiencing the Body of Film” – Lucy Bolton on The Machinist (Brad Anderson, 2003). Lucy Bolton presents a reading of The Machinist that explores how cinema provokes profound and meaningful bodily affects. Whether we recoil in horror from graphic gore, or are aroused by erotica, the immaterial mode of cinema has an [...]