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The Bodies in Movement : Catherine Malabou

The Bodies in Movement Seminar organisers together with Michael O’Rourke (Independent Colleges, Dublin) and the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities (Edinburgh) are pleased to announce that we will be holding an intimate, one-day seminar with Catherine Malabou at the University of Edinburgh on Monday, 21 January 2013.

Malabou is currently tenured at Kingston University, London and also teaches at the European Graduate School. She is renowned for moving across the fields of neuroscience, anthropology, biology, feminism, politics, literature, psychoanalysis and philosophy, as well as bringing medical and biological science and philosophy into conversation. Her philosophy has created the foundation for a wide range of current research which focuses on the intersections between medicine, (neuro- and biological) science and the humanities.
Held at the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, 2 Hope Park Square, Edinburgh EH8 9NW. For further information, see the Bodies in Movement Seminar Series page. If you have any queries or wish to register your interest in attending, please contact the organisers.
Kamillea Aghtan (kamillea@hotmail.com)
Karin Sellberg (k.j.k.sellberg@gmail.com)
Lena Wånggren (l.e.wanggren@sms.ed.ac.uk)
Michael O’Rourke (tranquilised_icon@yahoo.com)

The Bodies in Movement Seminar Series presents Catherine Malabou, 21 January 2013, Edinburgh, 10:30am – 5:30pm

The Bodies in Movement Seminar

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One comment on “The Bodies in Movement : Catherine Malabou

  1. stuartelden
    November 19, 2012

    Reblogged this on Progressive Geographies and commented:
    Seminar with Catherine Malabou in Edinburgh.

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