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30.03.2015 Writing Group

A few weeks ago, we enjoyed a seminar and workshop with Elizabeth Reeder, Lecturer in Creative Writing at Glasgow University. These stimulating sessions focussed on the essay, with particular attention to the lyric essay and crossover essays. During the seminar … Continue reading

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16.03.2015 Horne and Tobin – Open space

Horne, V. and Tobin, A., 2014. Open space – an unfinished revolution in art historiography, or how to write a feminist art history. feminist review, 107, pp. 75-83. Text chosen by Caroline Gausden Ahead of the SCAN event I am organising … Continue reading

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02.03.2015 Selected Texts

Text chosen by Nicola Chambury I will be leading the reading group on Monday. I chose 5 or 6 short passages from writers relevant to my research for close reading and would like to talk about their relevance to my work and … Continue reading

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16.02.2015 Johnson – Philosophy’s Debt to Metaphor

Johnson, M., 2008. Philosophy’s Debt to Metaphor. In: Raymond W. Gibbs, Jr., ed. The Cambridge Handbook of Metaphor and Thought, pp. 39-52. Text chosen by Melehat Nil Gulari The paper I selected for the reading group is from Mark Johnson, who is well … Continue reading

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02.02.2015 DiSalvo – Design, Democracy and Agonistic Pluralism

DiSalvo, C., 2010. Design, Democracy and Agonistic Pluralism. In: D. Durling, ed. Design and Complexity. Proceedings of the Design Research Society Conference. 7-9 July 2010. Montreal (Quebec), Canada: Université de Montréal. Text chosen by Hilal Bugali Following the last reading group text on agonistics, I … Continue reading

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19.01.2015 Mouffe – Agonistics

Mouffe, C., 2013. Agonistics – Thinking World Politically. London, UK: Verso. Text chosen by Caroline Gausden  I would like to propose a chapter from Chantal Mouffe’s 2013 text Agonistics. Mouffe is Professor of Political Theory at the University of Westminster … Continue reading

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24.11.2014 Griffin – Balancing Agendas: Social Sciences and Humanities in Europe

Griffin, G., 2006. Balancing Agendas: Social Sciences and Humanities in Europe. Arts and Humanities in Higher Education, 5, pp. 229-241. Text chosen by Melehat Nil Gulari The paper I selected for the reading group on the 24th of November is … Continue reading

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