After a rather long break, we are back with an exciting line-up of online winter guest lectures. Like all of our events, these are online, free, and open to everyone. We hope to see you all there!
Guest Lecture: Who Stole the Future? Exploring Incel Victimisation
Guest Lecture: Henry Price and Emily Pratten, with special guests PGR Feminisms, 7th December, 1-3pm GMT, Online via Zoom
We kick start our winter programme with a delve into the fascinating but troubling world of Incels (or involuntary celibates) with our first guest lecture: ‘Who Stole The Future? Exploring Incel Victimisation’. We are delighted to welcome Henry Price and Emily Pratten who will be talking about their recent work in this area. You may remember their excellent paper in our special ‘Futurity in Crisis’ summer edition of Alluvium journal, ‘Lay Down and Rot: Incels and Lost Futures’. We will also be joined by special guests from the PGR Feminisms group for our discussion, so this session is not to be missed.
After Henry and Emily’s lecture, there will be a chance for questions, followed by an open discussion of the topic.
To register and receive a Zoom link, email firstname.lastname@example.org or DM us on twitter @Theory_UoB. Everyone is welcome – we hope you can join us!
What else is on?
We’ll be releasing our full programme soon with details of exciting guest lectures. In the meantime…
Between Sound and Concept: Listening with the CCRU
8th December, 11am-5pm, Shop Front Theatre, Coventry
Members interested in Mark Fisher’s work might also be interested in an upcoming symposium as part of the Coventry Bienniel taking place Wednesday 8th December, 11am-5pm. Tickets can be bought here.
Matt Colquhoun: A Brief History of the New
We’ve (finally) uploaded the recording from Matt Colquhoun’s fantastic guest lecture which rounded off our Postcapitalist Desire reading group in the spring. Matt’s lecture, ‘A Brief History of the New’ can be watched here.
We look forward to seeing you all on the net,