The Second Cinematic Thinking Workshop to be held at UNSW from 10th-12th December 2012. The topic will be ‘Thinking cinematically before Deleuze’.
For this workshop we are interested in excavating the idea that cinema has been conceived as a means of thinking in advance of the recent upsurge of interest in the intersection between film and philosophy. We are seeking a maximum of 15 papers that address the question of cinematic thinking in film theory and film studies before the publication of Gilles Deleuze’s cinema books. Workshop participants will have one hour to deliver their papers and take questions. Abstracts of not more than 400 words should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org no later that 30th June 2012.
There will be no parallel sessions at this workshop and participants (presenting papers) are expected to attend the entire workshop. This is an open workshop but because space is limited we ask that people register beforehand. The workshop will be free and we would particularly like to encourage post-graduates to submit proposals for papers and attend.
To register to attend the workshop please click here.