Wednesday, February 17, 2010

"Spinoza and Texts: Spinoza and the Arts and Humanities," Spinoza Research Network, Department of Philosophy, University of Dundee, April 7-8, 2010.


  • Dimitris Vardoulakis (University of Western Sydney), “The Politics of the Text: Writing and Singularity in Spinoza”
  • Peg Rawes (University College London), “Spinoza’s Architectural Passages: Drawing out Geometric Comportments”
  • Nicholas Halmi (Oxford), “Coleridge’s Ecumenical Spinoza”
  • Nick Nesbitt (Aberdeen), “Natura Naturans: the Spinozian Foundations of the Haitian Revolution”
  • Simon Calder (Cambridge), “George Eliot, Spinoza, and the Ethics of Literature”
  • Amy Cimini (New York University), “The Secret History of Musical Spinozism”

Registration: Attendance is free and lunch will be provided on Day 2. Advance registration is required. Please download and complete the registration form, and email it to by March 29. Further information may be found here:

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