- 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 firstname.lastname@example.org by March 29. Further information may be found here: http://spinozaresearchnetwork.wordpress.com/.