Interested in Critical Theory? Don’t miss the seminar being held this Tuesday lunchtime (1-2) in OMED, continuing next Tuesday. They will be discussing Prokofiev’s Peter and The Wolf, Deleuze and Guattari’s Refrain, territories and marking them and why we and Pip from Great Expectations are the same as a musical duck and why Miss Haversham and Wesley (or James…) are just like lions.
Dane Weatherman lead two critical theory seminars to kick off the new term. Here’s a write up of them. AYI to join it ? Just contact reception, post a message here or just contact Wesley or James, all a level students at Ashbourne are welcome. Session 1 In the last two critical theory seminars, we were looking at the term Heterology, as designating a ‘language of the other’. The word heterology is composed of hetero (a greek word signifying difference, hence ‘otherness’) and logos, which has a breadth of traditional meanings, and is usually thought of as language, or reason Continue Reading →