[Msa-discuss] Conference Announcement: 'Virginia Woolf Among the Philosophers'

Angeliki Spiropoulou angelikispiropoulou at hotmail.com
Mon Mar 5 13:26:41 EST 2012



Virginia Woolf Among the Philosophers / Virginia Woolf parmi les philosophes


22-24 March 2012
Co-organised by : Universite Paris Ouest Nanterre; College International de Philosophie, Paris; Keele University; University of Glasgow
Venue: Lycee Henri IV, Paris


Programme

Jeudi / Thursday 22

9:00 Accueil / Reception

9:30-10:10 Jacques Rancière
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10:10-10:50 Elena Gualtieri
The Thoughtless Image: Woolf, Deleuze, Ranciere on photography

10:50-11:10 Pause / Coffee break

11:10-11:50 Marie-Dominique Garnier
On Following Suit: Virginia Woolf, Carlyle, Deleuze

11:50-12:30 Isabelle Alfandary
Virginia Woolf / Friedrich Nietzsche: the Innocence of Becoming. 

12:30-14 Déjeuner / Lunch

14-14:40 S. P. Rosenbaum
Virginia Woolf among the Apostles

14:40-15:10 Christine Reynier
Virginia Woolf’s Ethics and Victorian Moral Philosophy

15:10-15:40 Pause / Coffee break

15:40-16:20 Douglas Mao
The Unseen Part of Us: Woolf, William James, T. E. Hulme
 
16:20-17:00 Claire Davison 
Art and Peace: Tolstoyan dialogues in Woolf's non-fictional writing


                                                                   Vendredi / Friday 23

9:30-10:10 Joseph-Hillis Miller
Waves Theory Today

10:10-10:50 Jane Goldman
Woolf and philosophy’s dog(leg)s: gender and subjectivity between beast and sovereign

10:50-11:10 Pause / Coffee break

11:10-11:50 Hélène Fau
Picturing the Writing: the “one-line-portrait” in To the Lighthouse by Virginia Woolf

11:50-12:30 Sara Posman
Woolf and Wittgenstein roaming the rough ground

12:30-14 Déjeuner / Lunch

14-14:40 Ann Banfield
Art as a Place (or Time) for the Delight in What There Is

14:40-15:10 Megan Quigley
When in December 1910? Woolf, Bertrand Russell, and Vagueness

15:10-15:40 Pause / Coffee break

15:40-16:20 Naomi Toth
‘The very jar on the nerves’: reading Lily Briscoe’s painting with phenomenology

16:20-17:00 David Sherman
Philosophy’s Perfect Hostess

                                                                                       Samedi / Saturday 24
 

9:30-10:10 Scott McCracken
Woolf, Benjamin, and the problem of the future

10:10-10:50 Angeliki Spiropoulou
Virginia Woolf and Walter Benjamin: Historiographical Affinities

10:50-11:10 Pause / Coffee break

11:10-11:50 Jane Marcus
London: The Capital of the Patriarchy: Woolf and Benjamin

11:50-12:30 Rachel Bowlby
‘An ordinary mind on an ordinary day’

12:30-14 Déjeuner / Lunch

14-14:40 Edna Rosenthal
Ethos or Mythos? The Implicit History of Woolf’s Modern Sublime 

14:40-15:10 Christine Froula
‘Que scais-je?’ Essaying the Art of Doubt

15:10-15:40 Pause / Coffee break

15:40-16:20 Mark Hussey
‘Thoughts without words’: Silence, Violence, and Memorial in Woolf’s late works

16:20-17:00 Elsa Högberg
“Odd affinities”: Woolf, Butler and Non-Violent Relationality
 
 
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Angeliki Spiropoulou (MA, PhD Sussex University)
Lecturer in Modern European Literature and Theory
The University of the Peloponnese
Department of Theatre Studies
Vasileos Konstantinou 21, 2100 Nafplio, Greece
tel.: ++30 27520 96130
e-mail: aspirop at uop.gr
http://ts.uop.gr/images/stories/files/bs/spiropoulou.pdf
http://us.macmillan.com/author/angelikispiropoulou
 



 		 	   		  
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