Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Camp Gilles Deleuze

Sorry it's been so long--nearly a month, actually! Grading finals and visiting friends and family took up most of my December, and January's brought with it a mad dash to prepare for my spring graduate seminar, "Everyday Life and Cultural Studies." In any case, I promise to write more next week, once things have died down. For now, here's an announcement for an upcoming "Deleuze Camp." No, you can't make this stuff up, and yes, it looks to be very interesting. Were I a graduate student, I certainly would save my pennies and go.

"Deleuze Camp"
A Summer School for postgraduate students interested in the work of Gilles Deleuze.

  • Who? Ian Buchanan, Claire Colebrook, Gregg Lambert, Paul Patton and Daniel W. Smith.

  • What? A hectic combination of lectures, seminars, and workshops on the work of Gilles Deleuze lead by some of the most important Deleuze scholars writing today. The full schedule will be uploaded soon.

  • Where? The Centre for Critical and Cultural Theory, Cardiff University (Cardiff, Wales UK).

  • When? August 20 to August 24 2007. (Cut-off date for enrolment is June 29, 2007)

  • How much? £100 all inclusive for all lectures, seminars and workshops. Does not include meals or accommodation.

  • Contact? Professor Ian Buchanan or 44 (0)29 2087 5619

    Check for details.
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