Programme for Summer 2004

Friday 7 May Richard Taws
University College London

L'homme aux assignats: Paper Money and the Fabrication of Political Identity in Revolutionary France
Friday 21 May Paul Dave
University of East London
Class and Capitalism in Contemporary British Cinema
Friday 28 May
Simon Jarvis
University of Oxford
Marxism and Prosody
Friday 18 June Esther Leslie
Birkbeck College
Dung Heaps and Movie Cameras: The Unconscious in Eisenstein and Joyce, Film and Literature

Programme for Spring 2004

Friday 23 January
Fred Orton
University of Leeds
Concerning Intention and the 'Work' of the Work of Art
Friday 6 February
Robert Bond
University of Westminster
Iain Sinclair in the Low Life
Friday 20 February
John Mace
independent scholar
Composing, Copying, or Collaborating: The Scribe as Author
Friday 12 March
Gen Doy
De Montfort University
Marginalised Subjects and Visual Culture

Programme for Autumn 2003

Friday 3 October
Fred Schwartz
University College London
Physiognomies of Art: Sedlmayr, Benjamin, Plessner
Friday 17 October
Grant Pooke
University of Kent, Canterbury
The Money Behind the Screen: Francis Klingender and the Documentary Film Movement
Friday 31 October
Greg Tuck
BCUC, Bucks
Masturbation, Sexual Logic and Capitalism: The Autoerotic in Contemporary American Cinema
Friday 21 November
Carol Duncan
Ramapo College of New Jersey
John Cotton Dana: Managing Cultural Institutions in the Industrial City
Friday 5 December
Adrian Rifkin
Middlesex University
Adorno's In Search of Wagner: Dialectics on the Edge of Hysteria