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Scheduled talks, with all the details I currently have

25-27 April 2019, Roundtable discussion, ICE-LAW conference, Durham University

20 May, 3pm book launch for Canguilhem, gloknos/CRASSH, S1, Alison Richard Building, University of Cambridge (with Inanna Hamati-Ataya and Simon Reid-Henry)

23 May 2019, 6.15pm, “Shakespearean Landscapes“, 4th Denis Cosgrove lecture in the GeoHumanities, British Academy, London (free, but registration required)

29 May – 2 June 2019, “Foucault, Shakespeare and the Oath”, plenary lecture, Truth, Fiction, Illusion: Worlds and Experience – Association for Philosophy and Literature conference, with Theory, Culture & Society, Alpen-Adria Universität Klagenfurt, Austria

– At the same event there will also be a ‘Close Encounter’ discussion on my work with Jessica Dubow, Adam Haaga, Matthew Hannah, and Jeff Malpas.

22 June, “Kantorowicz, Shakespeare and the Oath”, Ernst Kantorowicz and Shakespeare symposium, Garrick’s Temple to Shakespeare, Hampton

26 June 2019, roundtable on Foucault, Warwick Continental Philosophy Conference – with Claudia Stein (Warwick), Amadeo Policante (Warwick), Daniele Lorenzini (Saint-Louis – Bruxelles) and Martina Tazzioli (Swansea)

27-30 August 2019, “Terrain, Politics, History”, Dialogues in Human Geography lecture, Royal Geographical Society (with Institute of British Geographers) annual conference, London

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