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Daily Archives: October 19th, 2014

Work & Days

Work & Days


All seminars start at 5.30. This term all seminars are held in the Large Conference Room at the Institute of Historical Research, Senate House, Malet Street, London, WC1E 7HU aside from the second seminar this term, which will take place at UCL and begin at 5pm.

The seminar closes at 7.30pm and retires to the bar.


Friday 17 October

Julian Stallabrass (The Courtauld Institute) and Dave Beech (Chelsea College of Art and Design)

‘Anti Frieze’ – An anti-celebration of Frieze week with Dave Beech and Julian Stallabrass.

Dave Beech: The Ullage of Luxury: the economics of the art fair

Julian Stallabrass: Just a Luxury Good?

Location: The Large Conference Room



Book launch for Frances Stracey, ‘Constructed Situations: A New History of the Situationist International’ (Pluto Press)

Roundtable discussion with Briony Fer (UCL), Cadence Kinsey (UCL) and Pete Smith, followed by a drinks reception in the History of Art department at UCL.

Location and time: 5-7.30 pm at UCL – Pearson G22 Lecture Theatre.


Friday 28 November

Jeremy Spencer (Camberwell College of Art and Design and the Open University)

Aesthetics and Politics within Godard’s Cinema

Location: The Large Conference Room


Friday 12 December

Danny Hayward (Birkbeck)

Marxist Irrationality: A Cultural Prospectus and Overview

Location: The Large Conference Room


Organisers: Matthew Beaumont, Dave Beech, Alan Bradshaw, Warren Carter, Gail Day, Steve Edwards, Larne Abse Gogarty, Esther Leslie, David Mabb, Antigoni Memou, Chrysi Papaioannou, Nina Power, Dominic Rahtz, Pete Smith, Peter Thomas & Alberto Toscano.

For further information, please contact Larne Abse Gogarty at or Chrysi Papaioannou at
All welcome.

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