Retrouvez ici les vidéos des six séances plénières (Martin Puchner, Jon McKenzie, Catherine Malabou, Judith Butler, Avital Ronell, Alphonso Lingis) ainsi que des interventions qui ont eu lieu lors des séances parallèles du colloque Théâtre, Performance, Philosophie (TPP 2014).
A Public Reading and Discussion curated by Ben Hjorth Amphithéâtre Richelieu Université Paris-Sorbonne 2pm, Thursday 26 June 2013 Download a fuller description of the staged reading in PDF CAST Antigone: Avital Ronell Ismene sister of Antigone: Elisabeth Angel-Perez Kreon king of Thebes: Judith Butler … Lire la suite
You might need your own shuttle to navigate the broad constellation Jon McKenzie presents in his book Perform or Else (Routledge, 2001). His critical analysis of current-day performance culture spans not only cultural and performance studies in academia, but also the … Lire la suite
Interview questions for the TPP website around Freddie Rokem’s book Philosophers and Thespians: Thinking Performance (Stanford UP, 2010) Flore Garcin-Marrou: In your introduction, you mention that the relation between cultural studies and critical theory is nurtured by what Anglo-Americans call … Lire la suite
An unusual character on the American academia scene, Alphonso Lingis, philosopher-explorer, reinvents philosophy through his unique way of looking at the far-away countries he regularly explores. Born in 1933, Lingis’ journey began in the State of Illinois, and his first … Lire la suite
Head of the Digital Humanities Initiative and Director of DesignLab at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Dr. Jon McKenzie is a front-runner in the digital revolution of academia. Leading the charge to transform traditional practices of presentation into cutting-edge performance pieces, … Lire la suite
Martin Puchner has a track record of border crossings – in life as much as in his prolific academic career. Born and raised in Germany, he exchanged his undergraduate student life at the University of Konstanz for the University of … Lire la suite
Born in Prague to Israeli diplomats, Avital Ronell’s cultural background appears quite diverse. The Jewish family moved from Prague to Tel Aviv to New York. After receiving a Bachelor or Arts from Middlebury College, Vermont, she went to Berlin to … Lire la suite