1967 + 50: The Age of Grammatology

Posted: Saturday 22 Oct 2016
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1967 was perhaps the annus mirabilis for the oeuvre of Jacques Derrida: Writing and Difference, Speech and Phenomenon and Of Grammatology all appeared in French in that year. More generally, 1967 figures as a decisive moment in the history of what came to be called ‘theory’, ‘continental philosophy’, ‘post-structuralism’ and ‘deconstruction’. The Oxford Literary Review […]

Announcing the 2017 Summer Academy

Posted: Wednesday 19 Oct 2016
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The London Graduate School Summer Academy in the Critical Humanities 26-29 June 2017  “1967”     The London Graduate School is pleased to announce details of its 2017 Summer Academy, an intensive week-long programme offered annually for postgraduate students of any institutional affiliation. This year’s Summer Academy is held in conjunction with the Oxford Literary […]

Reading for LGS Summer Academy 2016 *** Core texts: Derrida, “Geschlecht: Sexual Difference, Ontological Difference”, Research in Phenomenology  13.1 (1983): 65-83, “Women in the Beehive”, Differences 16.3 (2005): 139-157, “Choreographies”, Diacritics 12.2 (1982): 66-76,  Spurs: Nietzsche’s Styles (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1979). Also: Derrida, Geneses, Genealogies, Genres, and Genius: The Secrets of the Archive  (New York: […]

The MA Psychoanalysis at Kingston University and the London Graduate School in collaboration with Art and Philosophy at Central Saint Martins present: The Speaking Body is Today’s Unconscious Psychoanalysis on the 21st Century Seminar 1 (21.1.16): Professor Pierre-Gilles Gueguen (Paris 8) – The Body and the Imaginary: The Case of Francis Bacon Pierre-Gille Guéguen’s talk […]

Public lecture series by LGS and Art and Philosophy, Central St Martins

Hegel & the Concept of World History

Posted: Saturday 26 Dec 2015
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Hegel-Lab 3rd International workshop HEGEL AND THE CONCEPT OF WORLD HISTORY Supported by the London Graduate School & the Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy, Kingston University   Dates: 14-15 April 2016 Venue: Antoinette Hotel, Beaufort Road, Kingston, KT1 2TQ   Event description Objektiver Geist occupies an intermediary position in the general context of Hegel’s […]

What Can We Do With Non-Philosophy? Listen here

Posted: Thursday 12 Nov 2015
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10 November 2015, Swedenborg Hall, Bloomsbury Way, London   What Can We Do With Non-Philosophy? A Discussion with Alexander Galloway, Ian James, and John Ó Maoilearca ‘A great misunderstanding in fact threatens non-philosophy, that of its spontaneous definition as a theory or even as a practice. It is neither one nor the other, of course, neither practical theory […]

2016 Summer Academy: Gender and Difference

Posted: Tuesday 06 Oct 2015
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The London Graduate School Summer Academy in the Critical Humanities Gender and Difference 27-30 June 2016 The London Graduate School is pleased to announce details of its 2016 Summer Academy, an intensive week-long programme offered annually for postgraduate students of any institutional affiliation. In 1981 Elaine Marks and Isabelle de Courtivron published New French Feminisms, […]

Kingston University is proud to announce the appointments of Professor Geoffrey Bennington and Professor Peggy Kamuf as Distinguished Visiting Professors in the Humanities. These appointments are in recognition of the outstanding research and scholarship undertaken by Professors Bennington and Kamuf over many years, and the enormous contribution each has made in the field of literary […]

  “THINKING UNIVERSALITIES” PHILOSOPHY, DEPAUL PHILOSOPHY TODAY THE LONDON GRADUATE SCHOOL A CONFERENCE ORGANIZED AROUND THE WORK OF ÉTIENNE BALIBAR, HELD AT DEPAUL UNIVERSITY Friday, October 23, 1:00-6:00 Arts and Letters, Room 103, 2315 N. Kenmore 1:00-1:30 Opening Remarks Michael Naas, Chair, Philosophy Department at DePaul University Simon Morgan Wortham, Dean, Arts and Social Sciences, […]