MSCP Summer School Jan-Feb 2021

MSCP2014The Melbourne School of Continental Philosophy is proud to present the Summer School 2021 curriculum.  All courses are 10 hours in length.  All courses will be taught via Zoom. As always significant discounts apply for those enrolling in multiple courses. If you have any questions which aren't in our FAQs please email

When: 11 Jan - 19 Feb 2021


Summer School Programme

Mon 5-7pm - Starts 11 Jan

Chaosmos Refracted: The Schizophrenic Ecologies of Félix Guattari

Lecturer: Dr Timothy Deane-Freeman


Mon 7.30-9.30pm - Starts 11 Jan

Grown Wrong: Biophilosophy after Darwin

Lecturer: Dr Ben Woodard


Tues 5-7pm - Starts 12 Jan

Ethico-political engagement and the self-constituting subject in Foucault

Lecturer: Dr Lenka Ucnik


Tues 7.30-9.30pm - Starts 12 Jan

Deleuze's Foucault

Lecturer: Dr Jon Roffe


Wed 5-7pm - Starts 13 Jan

Bakhtin’s Voices and Official Culture

Lecturer: Dr Valery Vinogradovs


Wed 7.30-9.30pm - Starts 13 Jan

Shoshana Zuboff’s ‘The Age of Surveillance Capitalism’

Lecturer: Elise Addlem


Thur 5-7pm - Starts 14 Jan

The Three Conversions of Bernard Stiegler: An Overview

Lecturer: Dr Daniel Ross


Thur 7.30-9.30pm - Starts 14 Jan

Political Keywords of Emancipatory Politics

Lecturer: Dr Steven Corcoran


Fri 5-7pm - Starts 15 Jan

Stoicism as a Social Philosophy

Lecturer: Dr Will Johncock


Fri 7.30-9.30pm - Starts 15 Jan

Possibility and Contradiction: An Introduction to Hegel’s Doctrine of Essence

Lecturer: Dr Nahum Brown


12noon-2pm - 15-19 Feb

Emmanuel Levinas: Reimagining Subjectivity and Ethics

Lecturer: Tiffany Plotzza


2.30pm-4.30pm - 15-19 Feb

German Romanticism: Literature as Life

Lecturer: Dr Nanda Jarosz


5pm-7pm - 15-19 Feb

Luce Irigaray: The philosophy of sexual difference and women in film

Lecturer: Mara Antic


7.30pm-9.30pm - 15-19 Feb

The World Does Not Exist: What this means and why it matters

Lecturer: Austin Hayden Smidt



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