Transdisciplinarity and the Humanities: Problems, Methods, Histories, Concepts AHRC-funded workshop Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy This two-day workshop examined the notion of a transdisciplinarity problematic, via the cases of anti-humanism and gender studies. The first day approached theoretical anti-humanism from the standpoint of its destructive effect upon disciplinary fields in the humanities and [...]
Listen to Branka Arsic (SUNY Albany) speak on Memorial Life: Thoreau and Benjamin on Nature in Mourning – here: http://backdoorbroadcasting.net/2012/05/branka-arsic-memorial-life-thoreau-and-benjamin-on-nature-in-mourning/ And listen to David Wills’ (SUNY Albany) paper – Bloodless Coup: Love in the Heart of Technology – here: http://backdoorbroadcasting.net/2012/05/david-wills-bloodless-coup-love-in-the-heart-of-technology/ These talks were given at the Swedenborg Society, Bloomsbury Way, London, on 22nd May 2012.
Philosophical Screens Thurs June 14 18:15 at BFI Southbank (NFT3) Ariel Suhamy on The Milky Way (Luis Bunuel), France-Italy, 1968. 102 mins The first in Buñuel’s trilogy on ‘the search for truth’ (followed by The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie and The Phantom of Liberty), The Milky Way presents with great skill and humour the entire history [...]
9 May 2012 Swedenborg Hall 20-21 Bloomsbury Way, London, WC1A 2TH LARUELLE in LONDON: The LGS Seminars François Laruelle – Pour une philosophie dite ‘contemporaine’ (Towards a Philosophy Deemed ‘Contemporary’) With an introduction by John Mullarkey. To listen: click here Professor Laruelle has taught at both the University of Paris X and the Collège international [...]
Free public seminar (all welcome): Branka Arsic (SUNY Albany), “Memorial Life: Thoreau, Freud and Benjamin on Nature in Mourning” and David Wills (SUNY Albany), “Bloodless Coup: Love in the Heart of Technology”, at the Swedenborg , Wynter Room, 20-21 Bloomsbury Way, London, 6-8pm on Tuesday 22nd May. Branka Arsic specialises in nineteenth-century literature and culture, [...]