Kierkegaard and the Political

IT just posted an announcement for a day conference/workshop on the topic of ‘Kierkegaard and the Political‘. Those familiar with my work know that this is my area of research, so I may have to check this out. The schedule is as follows:

David Wood, ‘Singular Universal Once again’ (Vanderbilt University, USA)
Christine Battersby, Kierkegaard, ‘The Phantom of the Public and the Sexual Politics of Crowds’ (Warwick University, UK)
Clare Carlisle ‘Kierkegaard and the Question of Freedom’(Liverpool University, UK)
Alison Assiter ‘Love for Strangers: the Sublime and the Poltical’(UWE, UK)

They are charging 40 pounds waged 20 unwaged for this event. (wtf?) So hopefully there is a free lunch and open bar.

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