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Historical Avant-Garde Reading Group

This is a reading/discussion group on the (historical) avant-garde, as distinct from modernism more generally, i.e. focusing on expressionism, futurism, vorticism, constructivism, dada, early surrealism, etc. This list isn't intended to be restrictive, and there are many other isms that could be included, as well as less programmatic manifestations. The sessions will be shaped by the interests of the participants, but the idea is basically to do close readings of primary texts in a range of…See More
Jun 13, 2016
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The ArtLess Group

The ArtLess Group is an open platform, network and community open to all School of Arts M.Phil/PhDs. Its a chance to develop collaborations and projects, to leverage funding, to connect to initiatives with others and to pool the collective creative resources and connections we all have> . To take part here, please sign up first as a member at…See More
May 10, 2014
Paul Ingram joined Biswadip Dasgupta's group
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Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy Reading Group

The launch of a new group reading "A Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy" by Karl Marx, published in 1859. Fortnightly meetings starting on 28 February at 7 pm - the next meeting is on 14 March at 7 pm for which we are reading "Chapter 1 - The Commodity" (upto and including Note a)). This is the work which later evolved into Part I of the first volume of Capital and Marx's method of analysis and synthesis, as well as his excitement at finally getting out of his study, is perhaps…See More
Oct 8, 2013
Paul Ingram joined Rees Arnott-Davies's group
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2013 PHD students

hopefully a bit of a tool for the new lot of us to contact, communicate, support, engage &cSee More
Oct 5, 2013
Paul Ingram joined Lisa Mullen's group
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Thinking Things

A postgraduate reading group exploring the culture of things and objectsSee More
Oct 4, 2013
Paul Ingram joined David Kirkman's group
Oct 4, 2013
Paul Ingram joined Holly Pester's group
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ON

As part of the Poetics Centre, Birkbeck, the ON seminars are a series of round table discussions on the practice of research in poetry and poetics. ON focuses on collaborative thinking and shared connectivity in theory and practice.
Oct 4, 2013
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Oct 4, 2013

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Institutional affiliation
Birkbeck
Research interests
Philistinism; the institution of art; the historical, neo- and post-avant-gardes; anti-art; contemporary innovative poetry and poetics; and the Frankfurt School.

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