Deleuze workshop at Manchester Metropolitan

Manchester Metropolitan University
Department of English
And
Department of History, Politics and Philosophy
In association with The Institute of Humanities and Social Science Research (IHSSR)
present a two-day workshop on the philosophy and aesthetics of

Gilles Deleuze

The Engine House (International Anthony Burgess Foundation)

Saturday 24th March – Sunday 25th March 2012

Day One: (Saturday 24th March) – Aesthetics, Politics, Ethics

09.30am – Registration and complimentary refreshments

10.00am – Dr Felicity Colman (Manchester Metropolitan University): The Image of Thought: Affective Politics

11.30am – break

11.45am – Dr David Martin-Jones (St. Andrews): Five hundred years of cine-history: Deleuze and Quijano

1.15pm – Lunch break

2.15pm – Dr Patricia MacCormack (Anglia Ruskin): The Ethics of Inhuman Art

3.45pm – 4.00pm – break

4.00pm – Dr Jac Saorsa (Cardiff) : Beyond Logic: Deleuze, the Artist and Creative Practice

5.30 – Finish

6.00pm – Conference dinner – Zouk Bar and Grill (a wonderful curry and wine or beer will cost about £20 on the night)

Day Two (Sunday 25th March) – Deleuze and Time

09.30am – Registration and complimentary refreshments

10.00am – Dr Pete Wolfendale (Warwick): Ariadne’s Thread: Temporality and Modality in Deleuze’s Metaphysics

11.30am – break

11.45am – Dr Kelvin Clayton (Staffordshire): Deleuze, time & the emergence of the self’

1.15pm – Lunch break

2.15pm – Prof James Williams (Dundee): Deleuze’s answer to McTaggart: series and disjunctive syntheses

3.45pm – 4.00pm – break

4.00pm – Dr Nathan Widder (Royal Holloway): Deleuze on Bergsonian Duration and Nietzsche’s Eternal Return

5.30 – Finish

Organised by Henry Somers-Hall, Anna Powell and Helen Darby.

To register attendance or ask any questions please email Helen Darby - h.darby@mmu.ac.uk

This event is free to attend.