[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


Jeudi / Thursday 22

9:00 Accueil / Reception

9:30-10:10 Jacques Rancière
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
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

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