Between Deleuze and Foucault videos of proceedings…

Picked up this conference archive on the wonderful Rhizomatika blog.

A bit late in the day (took place end of last year), but links to some nice videos of the proceedings. Just sat through William Connolly, Thomas Nail and Daniel Smith.

Between Deleuze and Foucault

Conference at Purdue University
November 30 – December 1, 2012

List of Presentations (20 min presentation + 20min Q&A per paper)

All regular sessions will be held at the West Faculty Lounge in the Purdue Memorial Union.
Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided.
The plenary address on Friday afternoon will take place in Krannert Auditorium in Krannert Hall.

[Click on links below to view video recordings of proceedings].

We would like to thank Andrew J. Iliadis for his help in recording the presentations at the conference.

Friday  – Nov 30th
8:45 am – 9:15 am: Continental Breakfast (provided)

9:15 am – 9:30 am Opening Remarks: Daniel Smith

9:30 am – 10:50 am Session 1 – Method and Critique
Moderator: Nicolae Morar
9:30 am – 10:10 am Colin Koopman – Critical Problematization in F & D: The Force of Critique w/out Judgment
10:10 am – 10:50 am Alain Beaulieu – Foucault and Deleuze as Symptomatologists
10:50 am -11:10 am Coffee Break

11:10 am – 12:30 pm Session 2 – Philosophy as an Activity: From Difference to the Present
    Moderator: Ladelle McWhorter
11:10 am – 11:50 am L. Lawlor & J. Scholtz – Speaking Out For Others: Philosophy’s Activity in D&F (& H)
Q&A Session
11:50 am – 12:30 pm Dianna Taylor – Ontology of Difference, Ontology of the Present
Q&A Session

12:30 pm – 2:00 pm: Lunch (provided)

2:00 pm – 3:20 pm Session 3 – Archeology, Genealogy, and Politics
    Moderator: Thomas Nail
2:00 pm – 2:40 pm Kevin Thompson – Foucault & The Image of Thought
Q&A Session
2:40 pm – 3:20 pm Chris Penfield – D & F’s Block of Becoming: toward a Theory of Transversal Politics
Q&A Session
3:20 pm – 3:40 pm Coffee Break

3:40 pm – 5:00 pm Session 4 – Desire, Pleasure, and Power
    Moderator: Daniel Smith
3:40 pm – 4:20 pm Thomas Nail – Biopower and Control Societies
Q&A Session
4:20 pm – 5:00 pm Nicolae Morar – The Pleasure-Desire Problem
Q&A Session

5:00 pm – 5:30 pm Break

5:30 pm – 7:00 pm Plenary Session: Krannert Auditorium, Krannert Hall
    Introduction: Arkady Plotnitsky, Purdue University
Plenary Address: William Connolly, Johns Hopkins University
Q&A Session

7:30 pm – 10:00 pm Dinner at Bistro 501 restaurant 

 

Saturday (Dec 1st)
8:45 am – 9:30 pm: Continental Breakfast (provided)

9:30 am – 10:50 pm Session 5 – The Legacy of Hegel and Marx
    Moderator: Todd May
9:30 am – 10:10 am Tom Flynn – Specialized Reasoning versus the French Hegel: Foucault and Deleuze
10:10 am – 10:50 am Roberto Nigro – Marx’ Legacy in Foucault and Deleuze.
10:50 am -11:10 am Coffee Break

11:10 am – 12:30 pm Session 6 – Method and Critique
    Moderator: Alan Schrift
11:10 am – 11:50 am Anne Sauvagnargues – Conditions, Diagrams, and Forms
Q&A Session
11:50 am – 12:30 pm John Protevi – Foucault’s Deleuzean Methodology of the Late 1970s
Q&A Session

12:30 pm – 2:00 pm Lunch (provided)

2:00 pm – 3:20 pm Session 7 – Time, Technology, and Resistance
    Moderator: William McBride
2:00 pm – 2:40 pm Marco Altamirano –Deleuze and Foucault on Time and Technology
Q&A Session
2:40 pm – 3:20 pm Daniel Smith – Two Concepts of Resistance
Q&A Session

3:20 pm – 3:45 pm Coffee Break

3:45 pm – 5:45 pm Roundtable
    Speakers: Todd May, Ladelle McWhorter, Alan Schrift; Chair (and participant): Alan Rosenberg (Part 1)
Roundtable Part 2

Closing Remarks: William McBride

7:00 pm – 11:00 pm Dinner/Reception at Dan Smith’s House

About Virality

Tony D. Sampson is Reader in Digital Culture and Communications at the University of East London. He has a PhD in social-cultural-digital contagion theory from the Sociology Department at the University of Essex. He is a former art student who re-entered higher education in the UK as a mature student in the mid-1990s after a long stint as a gigging musician. His career in education has moved through various disciplines and departments, including a maths and computing faculty, sociology department and school of digital media and design His publications include The Spam Book, coedited with Jussi Parikka (Hampton Press, 2009), Virality: Contagion Theory in the Age of Networks (University of Minnesota Press, 2012), The Assemblage Brain: Sense Making in Neuroculture (University of Minnesota Press, 2016) and Affect and Social Media (Rowman and Littlefield, July 2018). He is organizer and host of the Affect and Social Media conferences in the UK. As a co-founder and co-director of the public engagement initiatives, Club Critical Theory (CCT) and the Cultural Engine Research Group (CERG), Sampson has developed a number of funded research projects and public events that aim to bring impactful critical theories into the community and local political sphere to approach a series of local challenges. These activities have included large conferences co-organized with local authorities looking at a range of policies relating to the revitalization of the Essex costal region, developments in the cultural industries as well as a series of community focused events on food cultures and policy, collaborations with arts groups and informal lectures/workshops in pubs and community centres. Director of the EmotionUX Lab at UEL. He occasionally blogs at: https://viralcontagion.wordpress.com/ Full academic profile: https://www.uel.ac.uk/Staff/s/tony-sampson
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