Monthly Archives: October 2010

REMINDER: Workshop, 3 November: The Humanities and the Idea of the University

Workshop on the Humanities at Middlesex University this week Wednesday 3 November 2010, 11am-6pm, Saloon, Trent Park campus What are the Humanities and what are they for? What is the university, and what is it for? Isn’t Humanities education an … Continue reading

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Marx course, Friday 29 October 2010, 4pm

Meade McCloughan presents the third installment of his course on Marx’s Capital. For the latest details about the course, see http://www.homepages.ucl.ac.uk/~uctymjm/teaching/MdxMx3.htm Place: Room M009 (The Green Room), Mansion Building, Middlesex University, Trent Park campus, Bramley Road, London N14 4YZ. Tube: Piccadilly … Continue reading

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Reminder: Nina Power seminar tomorrow (Thursday, 28 October 2010)

Thursday, 28 October 2010, 6.30pm: Nina Power on ‘Intellectual Equality: Rancière and Education’ Nina Power will be speaking on Rancière and pedagogy (with reference to The Ignorant Schoolmaster). Power is the author of One Dimensional Woman (Zero Books, 2009), and … Continue reading

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Philosophy Events, 28/29 October: Nina Power seminar and Marx course

Thursday 28 October 2010, 6.30pm: Nina Power on ‘Intellectual Equality: Rancière and Education’ Nina Power is the author of One Dimensional Woman (Zero Books, 2009), and numerous articles on philosophy, politics, feminism, and educational theory. She is the co-editor and … Continue reading

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Žižek and the Critique of Political Economy

Alex Callinicos, professor of European Studies at King’s College London, will be delivering the opening talk in the new series of public seminars organised by Middlesex University’s Philosophy Department. Alex will be speaking on “Slavoj Žižek and the Critique of … Continue reading

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4-week Seminar on Marx, 15 October-12 November 2010

Free course on Marx’s Capital at Middlesex Philosophy Department. Starting on Friday 15 October at 4pm, Meade McCloughan will present an exposition of the main argument of volume 1 of Marx’s Capital, in four parts. The course will focus on … Continue reading

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New Lecturer in Philosophy at Middlesex

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Matthew Charles as Lecturer in Philosophy for 2010-11. Matthew has been teaching part-time in the Philosophy Department at Middlesex for several years, as well as on the ‘Capitalism and Culture’ course … Continue reading

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