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We are excited to announce the new Kent Summer School in Critical Theory, which will run for the first time in Paris next July. This initiative is organised by Kent Law School and the Centre for Critical Thought. Our website has just gone live, and we invite you to pay us a visit:

This new summer school for early career researchers and doctoral students aims to create a unique pedagogical experience, enabling leading critical thinkers to conduct an intensive 2-week seminar with members of a new generation of critical scholars.

Applications are now open to attend the summer school, and you will find application instructions on the website.

The inaugural teachers of the intensive seminars will be Professor Peter Goodrich, and Professor Davide Tarizzo. In addition, we will also hear lectures by Goodrich, Tarizzo, and Professors Geoffrey Bennington, Davina Cooper, and Roberto Esposito. The website also contains information about the seminars and the school’s other events.

We would be very grateful if you would please circulate this notice as widely as possible amongst your networks of friends, colleagues and students.

With kind regards,
Maria Drakopoulou and
Connal Parsley


Maria Drakopoulou

Reader in Law

CoDirector UoK Centre for Critical Thought (CCT)

Kent Law School (KLS)

University of Kent

Canterbury, Kent


+44 (0)1227 827949



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