Centre for Modern Studies
Wednesday 28 October 2015, 6.00PM
Speaker(s): Professor Thomas Docherty (Warwick)
Thomas Docherty has published on most areas of English and comparative literature from the Renaissance to the present day. He specialises in the philosophy of literary criticism, in critical theory, and in cultural history in relation primarily to European philosophy and literatures. Recent work has been done on matters of cultural policy related to international higher education. He is working on a series of new books: 1) on Conditions of Democracy; 2) on Modern Violence; 3) on Commitment and Complicity.
You might also recognise his name from his contributions to the Times Higher Education (THE) in recent years.
Location: Bowland Auditorium, Humanities Research Centre, Berrick Saul Building, Heslington West Campus
Admission: Free and open to all