Confirmed Guest Speakers:
Herman Rapaport (University of Southampton)
Nicholas Royle (University of Sussex)
Abstracts are invited on any aspect of Jacques Derrida's work, and we particularly welcome contributions from research students working in the areas of philosophy, literature, and critical theory. Themes include:
Derrida & the Tradition/ Derrida & his Contemporaries/ Language, Writing, Textuality/ Reading Derrida/ Between Philosophy & Literature/ Subjectivity, Alterity, Difference/ Technics & the Machine/ Ethics & Politics, etc.
Deadline for Submission of Proposed Paper Abstracts: 15th June 2003
Papers should take no more than 40 minutes to present (max. 5,000 words). Notification of acceptance will be made via email in late June.
Postgraduates who are interested in giving papers should send abstracts of 400-500 words by email as a Word document attachment (also paste a copy in the body of your email in case the attachment is unreadable).
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