Lectures take place on Thursdays 7pm at Griffith Queensland College of Art (South Bank Campus) 226 Grey St, South Bank Building S07 Room 2.17. The building is next to The Ship Inn pub. The lectures are free and open to the public. ALL WELCOME!
Stay tuned to our Facebook page and website for more information about our upcoming summer intensive courses and for past lecture recordings.
Semester Two Lecture Series
13 August, 
Max Deutscher on Michèle Le Dœuff
Title: "Reorienting Oneself in Thought"
20 August, 2015
Milla Vaha on Immanuel Kant
27 August, 2015
Martin Weber on Georg Hegel
3 September, 2015
Screening of Concerning Violence Film with an introduction by Dinesh Devaraj
10 September, 2015
Perspectives on Post/DeColonialism Panel with Bryan Mukandi, Gordon Chalmers and others
17 September, 2015
Liam Miller
Title: “Play and Inquiry: How video games help us to understand learning”
24 September, 2015
Michelle Boulous Walker
Title: “On Being Slow and Doing Philosophy”
1 October, 2015
Mid-Semester Break (No QSCP this week)
8 October, 2015
Jamie Parr on Nietzsche’s Pascal
15 October, 2015
Emma Wilson on Speculative Realism
22 October, 2015
Helen Ngo on Merleau-Ponty on Race
29 October, 2015
Renee England on Benedict de Spinoza
5 November, 2015
Roland Bleiker on Friedrich Nietzsche

Semester One Lecture Series
26 March, 2015
Gideon Baker on Alain Badiou’s Paul
2 April, 2015
Edwin Bikundo on Giorgio Agamben on Refugees: "the man of rights"
16 April, 2015
Martyn Lloyd on Philosophy and/or History
23 April, 2015
Shannon Brincat on Axel Honneth: Critical Theory, recognition, and emancipation
30 April, 2015
Jonas Hill on Jacques Lacan
7 May, 2015
Dave Eden on Karl Marx
14 May, 2015
Daniel Hourigan on Slavoj Zizek
21 May, 2015
Bryan Mukandi on Ghosts: Derrida and Fanon
28 May, 2015
Laura Roberts on Sexual Difference in Beauvoir and Irigaray

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