Metaphysics and Things: New Forms of Speculative Thought


It looks like I’ll now be delivering a paper at the Metaphysics and Things conference as part of the graduate student panel, titled “The Inner Life of Objects: Speculative Metaphysics for the 21st Century”. I’m really looking forward to meeting some of these folks in meatspace after talking to them and reading them for so long here in cyberspace (and in book form). Here’s the list of confirmed presenters:

    Isabelle Stengers (Université Libre de Bruxelles)
    Donna Haraway (University of California at Santa Cruz)
    Ian Bogost (The Georgia Institute of Technology)
    James J. Bono (University at Buffalo)
    James Bradley (Memorial University of Newfoundland)
    Nathan Brown (UC Davis)
    Levi Bryant (Collin College)
    Didier Debaise (Max Planck Institute, Berlin)
    Roland Faber (Claremont Graduate University)
    Andrew Goffey (Middlesex University)
    Michael Halewood (University of Essex)
    Graham Harman (American University in Cairo)
    Judith Jones (Fordham University)
    Steven Shaviro (Wayne State University)


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3 responses to “Metaphysics and Things: New Forms of Speculative Thought

  1. Fabio Cunctator

    Congrats Michael,

    I hope there will be audio/video coverage for us Euro-UK people…

  2. Pingback: Michael Austin coming to Claremont « Object-Oriented Philosophy

  3. I really love to read the paper once it is published in the site.

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