- Paul Bowman (Roehampton University): Welcome & Introduction
- Emiliano Battista (Leuven University): "The Wrong Man: Rancière on the Innocence of the Arts"
- Mark Robson (Nottingham University): "The Call and the Fall: Rancière, Rossellini, Flaubert, Haneke"
11.40 - 13.00
- Nico Baumbach (Duke University): "On Rancière and the Persistence of Film Theory"
- Patricia MacCormack (Anglia Ruskin University): "The Ethics Imperative of Spectator Incommensurability"
- Martin O'Shaughnessy (Nottingham Trent University): "Using Rancière to renew our understanding of political cinema"
14.00 - 15.00
- Frederik le Roy & Kathleen Vandeputte (Ghent University): "Art equals politics. Jacques Rancière's aesthetics in between relational and sublime art"
- Joseph J. Tanke (California College of the Arts): "The Twisted Logics of Modernity: the Philosophy and Anti-Philosophy of Art"
14.30 - 15.30
- Nick Hewlett (Warwick University): "Politics is equality is democracy"
- Richard Stamp (Bath Spa University): "Stupidity, in Theory - or: why reading Ranciere matters for cultural studies"
15.45 - 16.45
- Ben Highmore (Sussex University): "Aesthetics From Below: From Proletarian Nights to the Distribution of the Sensible"
- Jérôme Game (American University of Paris): "Jacques Rancière's aesthetics of the 'choc sensible' and its politics : the case of video-art and photography"
Keynote Speaker: Jacques Rancière For full details, see www.roehampton.ac.uk/researchcentres/crfac/events/index.html; For further information and to register, contact Dr Paul Bowman: email@example.com.