Last June I had the privilege of participating in Luce Irigaray’s annual International Seminar at the University of Bristol, UK, where ten PhD candidates like myself came together under Irigaray’s guidance and companionship to develop aspects of our dissertations that engage with her corpus of work. Above you will find the link to a summary of my presentation at the seminar and its concomitant symposium, as well as the presentations of my colleagues and information on the annual seminar at its website.
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