Seminar (King's College London), 14/11/2011: Sensible Flesh: Rethinking the Body in the 21st Century

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Zoe Roth (King's College London)/ Fusako Innami (Oxford)
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sensibleflesh21@gmail.com


We are delighted to invite you to the second session of the seminar group, Sensible Flesh: Rethinking the Body in the 21st Century, which explores new and emerging theories of the body and embodiment. Followed by a discussion and drinks.

Speakers:

Dr. Tom Widger (Brunel): ‘Situating Suicide as a Problem of the Body’

Dr. Astrida Neimanis (LSE): ‘Flows of Biomatter, Flows of Global Power: On Becoming a Body of Water’

18.00, Monday 14 November, Room S8.08, King's College (Strand Campus).

To encourage dialogue and debate, the speakers have kindly made their draft papers available. If you would be interested in reading the papers in advance or you would like more information please email sensibleflesh21@gmail.com

Endorsed by the Comparative Literature department (KCL) and supported by the Roberts Fund.

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