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    November 2014 Newsletter

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    November 2014 Newsletter

    First of all, apologies for the long absence of news updates – we had been hoping to switch over to the new website at the same time as the beginning of the new academic year, but due to a number of technical hitches this has not happened yet. So here is an interim newsletter, pointing you to the things we recorded at the end of the last, and the beginning of the present academic year:
    Let’s start off with the ‘traditional’ end of the academic year at Birkbeck, University of London, which means the Friday debates from the London Critical Theory Summer School, this year with Drucilla Cornell, Etienne Balibar, Stephen Frosh, Costas Douzinas, David Harvey, Esther Leslie, Jaqueline Rose and Slavoj Zizek.

    Then, over the summer we had a new client, Cumberland Lodge (situated in the Great Windsor Park). Apart from recording a number of talks, we also polished up their existing recordings – you can find them all here:

    Also, still in the summer holidays, came the ‘New Man’ Symposium held at Teeside University, organised by our long-standing supporter and friend  (now) Prof. Matthew Feldman. The event, which looked at the inter-war emegence of fascist conceptions of manhood, with some fantastic papers:

    Only one so far from the Royal Asiatic Society:

    Three from the Aristotelian Society:

    ‘A Space for Art’, a new series of talks from the Humanities and Arts Research Centre (HARC) at Royal Holloway begain with

    and the rest of Royal Holloway weighing in with:

    A selection from events at Birkbeck:

    And of course not forgetting Kingston University – first off the Kingston Shakespeare Seminars:

    The London Graduate School:

    and finally, the Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy (CRMEP) at Kingston:

    Again, apologies for the long absence of a newsletter – as soon as the new website is ready, there will be another one explaining all the new features and functions, as well as our latest recordings.
    Please note that we have a ‘follow us on Twitter’ button now on our home page, so if you someone who collects tweets, or tweets, please follow us and I will send out every new recording on Twitter.  Follow @Backdoor_Radio

    Remember, you can get all the latest via facebook, as we now have a facebook page – just ‘like’ us (in the facebook way) and get every new entry posted to your facebook page. We are approaching the 1000 followers mark, so please, if you haven’t ‘liked’ us yet on Facebook, please do so now.

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    All the best,

    René

     

     

     

     

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