Derrida Today Conference
The Derrida Today conferences are a means by which to bring together a community of Derrida/deconstruction scholars from around the world, and to showcase the latest work in Derrida Studies, and its relevance to cultural, political, and social practice.
Love in the Post
2014, 80 minutes
Love in the Post is inspired by the book The Post Card by Jacques Derrida. Like the book, the film plays with fact and fiction, weaving together the stories of a scholar of literature and a film director, alongside insights from critics and philosophers.
Theo Marks works in a university department that is soon to be closed. His wife Sophie, enigmatic and distant is in analysis. Filmmaker Joanna struggles to complete a film about The Post Card. These people are set on a collision course prompted by a series of letters that will change their lives.
The film features a never before seen interview with Derrida, alongside contributions from Geoff Bennington, Ellen Burt, Catherine Malabou, J. Hillis Miller and Sam Weber.
Directed by Joanna Callaghan.
Written by Joanna Callaghan and Martin McQuillan.
Produced by Heraclitus Pictures
See the trailer: http://loveinthepost.co.uk/trailer/
More information: http://loveinthepost.co.uk
Call for Papers
CFP for 4th Derrida Today Conference
Venue: Fordham University, Lincoln Center Campus, New York City, USA.
Date: 4pm 28th May - 6pm 31st May, 2014.
Keynotes: Karen Barad (University of California at Santa Cruz, USA), Elizabeth Grosz (Duke University, USA), Martin Hägglund (Yale University, USA), Michael Naas (De Paul University, USA).
Conference Directors and Organisers: Samir Haddad (Fordham University, NY) and Nicole Anderson (Macquarie University, Sydney).
Call for Papers:
The Derrida Today Conference will focus on the ongoing value of either Derrida’s work, or deconstruction, to the political-ethical, cultural, artistic and public debates and philosophical futures that confront us.
The conference will be broadly interdisciplinary and invites contributions from a range of academic, disciplinary and cultural contexts. We will accept papers and panel proposals on any aspect of Derrida’s work, or deconstruction, in relation to various topics and contemporary issues, such as: philosophy, phenomenology and other theoretical/philosophical thinkers, literature, psychoanalysis, architecture and design, law, film and visual studies, haptic technologies, photography, art, music, dance, embodiment, feminism, race and whiteness studies, disability studies, politics, ethics, sociology, cultural studies, queer theory, sexuality, education, science (physics, biology, medicine, chemistry), IT and multimedia, technology, etc. We also accept papers that engage in the spirit of deconstructive thought (if not on Derrida or deconstruction itself).
The conference is based on the journal Derrida Today (Chief Editors: Nicole Anderson & Nick Mansfield. The journal is published by Edinburgh University Press, ISSN: 1754-8500). EUP Journal Website: http://www.euppublishing.com/journal/drt
Information about past Conferences and the Journal can be found at the Derrida Today conference archive
Due dates for Abstracts and Panel Proposals: 1st October 2013 (notification of acceptance of abstracts will be at the end of Oct 2013).
Individual Abstracts & Panel Proposals should be sent as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org