- 03/11, 6:00pm – The Pittsburgh Continental Philosophy Reading Group will be discussing Sara Ahmed’s “A Phenomenology of Whiteness”.
- 03/14, 3:00pm - Dana Hollander (McMaster University) will be presenting at the Simon Silverman Phenomenology Center.
Tags » Critical Theory
Sir Thomas Malory’s, Le Morte Darthur, unites the romantic motif of Arthurian myth as it is most commonly represented in the modern day. In Arthurian myth, cultural meanings are adapted for each age to tell of the author’s time-based reality and reveal its working ideology through the motif of a desired object in relation to honor and conquest. 3,407 more words
Call for Papers — deadline 31 March 2014.
NEW LITERARY & CULTURAL PERSPECTIVES ON VIOLENCE AND SEXUALITY
An AHRC-funded Symposium
Date: Friday, 13 June 2014… 141 more words
How many men who claim to hate dick and dick-lovers literally cannot keep ‘dick’ out of their mouths? Instead of living their lives dick-free, they constantly purport that their lives are dick-free, filling their mouths and their worlds with dick to let everyone know how ‘gay’ everything and everyone is, except themselves. 225 more words