Category Archives: John Protevi

Protevi on Glendinning, the EU, Widder and Deleuze

John Protevi has an interesting post commenting on Simon Glendinning’s discussion of the EU and Nathan Widder’s book on Deleuze.

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Between Deleuze and Foucault conference

Purdue University, College of Liberal Arts November 30 – December 1, 2012 An international conference exploring the relations between the work of Gilles Deleuze (1925-1995) and Michel Foucault (1926-1984). Plenary Speaker: William Connolly, Johns Hopkins University Participants: Marco Altamirano, Purdue … Continue reading

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John Protevi on ‘How to begin reading Deleuze’

John Protevi offers some good advice at New APPS. He starts with Deleuze’s book Spinoza: Practical Philosophy and then offers suggestions for primary and secondary literature.

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Millennium conference – date correction

Please note the date 20-21 October 2012 is correct – not as previously advertised.

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Singularum – first issue on Alphonso Lingis

New online journal – first issue is on Alphonso Lingis, including papers by Graham Harman, Timothy Morton and John Protevi. And there is an interview with man himself, taking photography and geography as the ways into his work, here.

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Materialism and World Politics – Millennium conference

Update: this conference is 20-21 October 2012, not as previously advertised:

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