Deakin University seminar
Dr Antonia Pont (Deakin) presents ‘Thinking time and change via Deleuze’
Tuesday 15 May from 3.30-5pm in HE2.016 on Deakin University’s Burwood campus (No videolink available)
This paper offers a close reading of Gilles Deleuze’s approach to thinking time in relation to the notions of difference and repetition. If we seek to come to a rigorous thought of what enables change, or what the mechanisms for change might be, Deleuze’s scholarship in Bergsonism and Difference and Repetition makes an important contribution to this project. This paper will unpack in a clear and accessible way some of the crucial terms and movements of this stage in his undertaking, as well as linking these to questions of artistic production and ascetic registers.
Dr Antonia Pont
Antonia Pont is Lecturer in Text (Literary Studies and Professional and Creative Writing) at Deakin University.
The 2012 Deakin University seminar series is hosted by the Alfred Deakin Research Institute, the Centre for Citizenship and Globalisation and the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Deakin University.
This Deakin University seminar series is free to attend and open to all. Please direct any inquiries to Dr Sean Bowden at firstname.lastname@example.org.