There will be a conference at the University of Nottingham on ‘Living and Speaking Together (Parler et Habiter Ensemble) on 20th-21st June, 2015. Confirmed speakers include Professor Luce Irigaray and Professor Michael Marder.
Further details will be released shortly.
On 30th October 2014, a meeting around Sharing the World will take place at the University of Bristol (UK). After a talk by Michael Marder, Judith Still and Luce Irigaray, a round table will take place in which you can give a 5 minute talk about Sharing the World, followed by questions to one or more of the main speakers. If you have previously participated in the Luce Irigaray International Seminar, you can give a 5 minute talk in the round table session.
If you want to present a 5 minute talk in this one day meeting, please contact Luce Irigaray with a short proposal, preferably at her postal address: 15 rue Lakanal, Paris, 75015, France. Proposals should be sent to Luce Irigaray by 10th October 2014.
(If you are far away and the post will not work, you may use email@example.com).
If you want only to attend the meeting without participating, please ask for details from the School of Geography at the University of Bristol.
In the evening of 31st October 2014, an informal meeting will take place between people who want to participate in a research network with their university or research centre. This network will aim to sustain the annual seminar held by Luce Irigaray for young researchers who do their PhD on her work, and organise conferences and other seminars.
On 5th November 2014, Luce Irigaray will give a talk at the University of Sussex, UK, organised by Professor Sally Munt, Director of Sussex Centre for Cultural Studies. For more information, please contact S.R.Munt@sussex.ac.uk.
On 17th October 2014, during a conference on Nietzsche organised by the Nietzschean Society in Nuremberg (Germany), Luce Irigaray will give a talk at 6pm, entitled ‘Overcoming Nihilism Following Nietzsche’s Teaching.’ For more information, please contact Sigridur Thorgeirsdottir at the Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies, University of Helsinki, Finland.