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The Theory Sessions
The Theory Sessions, a student initiative, serves as a forum for the exchange of ideas to promote interdisciplinary research in theory at the Centre and across campus. Students and faculty present their papers and engage in spirited discussions, with contributions from interested Centre scholars as well as faculty and students from other fields and disciplines at Western. Topics have included cannibalism, camp, vaginas, anarchism, bioeconomics, and photography.
Theory Sessions 2013 - 2014
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Consider volunteering to be a respondent for any Theory Session that interests you. To respond to a paper it’s not necessary to write a paper of your own; nor do you have to be an expert in the field. All that is asked is that you be willing to raise a problem or offer a comment based on the paper that’s just been given. The speaker will provide you with a copy of the paper a week in advance. To volunteer, e‐mail:
Theory Sessions links:
Nick Srnicek responds to:
The Semantic Apocalypse - a theory session given by Scott Bakker.
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