Oct 16 | Artifactualities: Derrida and the Hauntology of Media | New York University

The MCC Lecture Series invites you to
 
Artifactualities: Derrida and the Hauntology of Media
Thursday, October 16, 2014 
4:00-8:00 PM | 239 Greene Street, Floor 8 | New York University
 
 
Jacques Derrida was the most brilliant and influential philosopher of media of our time. He had an abiding engagement with the temporalities, spatialities and inscriptions of the mediatic from his book on Husserl’s phonology, through his subsequent development of the following themes and concepts that increasingly re-orient our understanding of semiosis, communication/excommunication and interfacing/defacing: arche-writing, the trace, iterability, parricidal mimesis, phonocentrism, the dangerous supplement, the pharmacology of writing, dissemination, the play of repetition, Freud’s magic writing pad, otiology, on touching, atomic missives and missiles, the shibboleth, inspectacularity, echography, secrecy, the alibi the maddened subjectile, the ethnography of paper, spectrality, the pathogenic archive, the event, and autoimmunity among many others.
 
Co-sponsored by the NYU Department of Media, Culture, and Communication (MCC); and the NYU Department of English

Gil Anidjar, Professor, Departments of Religion; Middle Eastern, South Asian, and African Studies; Columbia University
Emily Apter, Professor, Departments of French and Comparative Literature, NYU
Geoffrey Bennington, Professor of Modern French Thought, Emory
Juliet Fleming, Associate Professor, Department of English, NYU
Peter Goodrich, Professor of Law; Director, Program in Law and Humanities; Cardozo School of Law

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