International Conference 22-24/05/11
Ian Buchanan, Cardiff University | Patricia Pisters, Amsterdam University
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Masterclass registration: firstname.lastname@example.org
The masterclass is primarily intended for graduate students (Ph.D and M.A) in literature and other fields, but faculty members and undergraduate students are welcome to attend. Participation is free but requires registration in advance. Priority in registration will be given to TAU's graduate students. To secure your place, please email: email@example.com ; message subject: "masterclass registration". Message content: last name, first name, status (graduate student/undergraduate/faculty), affiliation.
Saturday, May 21st, 9 pm: Pre-conference gathering @ Nanuchka Bistro-Bar, 30 Lilienblum Street, Tel Aviv. EVERYONE'S INVITED!
Masterclass | Deleuze and Method
Ian Buchanan, Cardiff University
This masterclass will provide a general introduction to Deleuze and Guattari's work via close readings of the first two chapters of Anti-Oedipus as well as selections from A Thousand Plateaus. The twofold aim of the masterclass is to provide students with a sound understanding of Deleuze and Guattari's methodology and to raise questions about how that methodology might be applied to the analysis of literary and other creative works. Please read the first two chapters of Anti-Oedipus beforehand, and bring copies of them with you. You can also find them attached below.
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