After five talks in November, I will have a nice gap in my schedule of visiting talks. Part of the thinking is that I need some time to write so that I have something new to say…
The talks I’ve agreed to give, in several months time, at are interesting events in interesting places – further details to follow when I know more. At the moment I’ve not yet decided what I will be speaking on, though the first clearly connects to my interest in Foucault; and the second to Shakespeare. Slightly daunted by the prospect of a West-coast trip in term time, with rearranged teaching, but it’s too good a topic to turn down.
15-17 September 2016, Spindel Conference, ‘Temporalities of Philosophical Inquiry: Critical Histories of the Present’, Department of Philosophy, University of Memphis
14-15 October 2016, Early Modern Literary Geographies conference, Huntington Library, San Marino, California