“I’m strapped to this journal,” Guattari begins, “Grunt. Heave. Impression that the ship is going down.”
Tag Archives: Deleuze
Free Read: Revolution and the Return of Metaphysics
An excerpt from “Gilles Deleuze and Metaphysics,” published last month by Lexington Books.
Submit your Papers! Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari: Refrains of Freedom
“Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari: Refrains of Freedom,” an international conference to be held in Athens, is now accepting submissions. Deadline for submissions is November 1, 2014.
BuzzFeed Founder Responds to His Marxist Roots, “Lol”
Here’s a story of encouragement for budding cultural critics: if you sell out, you can make millions of dollars by re-purposing your academic work for capitalist consumption. At least, that’s what BuzzFeed founder Jonah Peretti has done.
Free Read: New Issue of Foucault Studies on Deleuze and Foucault
The latest issue of Foucault Studies, an open-access journal, is now out! This issue, entitled “Foucault and Deleuze,” seeks to tackle the “critical deficit” in academic work on the relationship between Deleuze and Foucault’s work.
“Nietzsche’s Burst of Laughter,” Interview with Gilles Deleuze
In this interview from 1967 in the French newspaper Le Nouvel Observateur, Deleuze speaks about the legacy of Friedrich Neitzsche.
This is What Happens When You Map a Deleuze and Guattari Book
“We had hallucinatory experiences, we watched lines leave one plateau and proceed to another like columns of tiny ants.”
Listen: Diet Soap Podcast – How to Occupy Time
This week the guest on Douglas Lain’s Diet Soap podcast is Dr. Jason Adams. Jason Adams is Co-Founder and Co-Director of the Global Center for Advanced Studies
Michael Hardt is Collaboratively Annotating Deleuze Because Internets
Michael Hardt goes on Rap Genius. Next up: decoding Miley Cyrus’s “Wrecking Ball” as a proletarian metaphor.
Watch Deleuze – K is for Kant
From Deleuze: A to Z.