The London Conference in Critical Thought, 29–30 June 2012

by | 20 Feb 2012

The London Conference in Critical Thought (LCCT) is an interdisciplinary and inter-institutional event created to foster emergent critical thought and provide new avenues for critically orientated scholarship and collaboration. It welcomes diverse and interdisciplinary work from the humanities and social sciences including, but not limited to, papers drawing upon continental philosophy, critical legal theory, critical geography and critical theory, etcetera.

The conference is free to participants, and will take place at Birkbeck College, June 29th and 30th, 2012. It is supported in its inaugural year by the Birkbeck Institute for the Humanities.

To view the call for papers, click here LCCT call for papers.

Streams include:

General Stream: Emergent Critical Thought

Mapping the concept: developments in the productive power of critical theory

Deleuzian Theory in Practice

Textual Space/ Spatial text

the Question of the Animal

Critical Human Rights

A Transdisciplinary Approach to ‘Law’ and ‘Culture’

Cosmopolitan and the City

Marx and Marxisms Today

Critical Art

Sovereignty at the Margins: Critical Encounters with Early Modern Theories of the State

Further information regarding registration, accommodation, and other details will be made available on the LCCT website.



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