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Interdisciplinary anxiety

I am waiting in Euston Station to catch a train to Manchester to go to the SEP-FEP conference: the joint conference of the Society for European Philosophy and the Forum for European Philosophy where John Mullarkey and I are going to give a joint presentation on Laruelle and Kaprow, non-philosophy meets nonart and the nonhuman.   And I am having, again, a bout of interdisciplinary anxiety.   In part, this follows some very interesting discussions on an earlier train with two colleagues Tony Fisher and Amanda Stuart-Fisher about the inevitable issues and questions surrounding any interdisciplinary project, such as Performance…
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An invitation to my pre-existing blog: ‘Somewhere in Transition’

Hi there, Glad to be part of this new association.  I started a blog last year after disbanding Apocryphal Theatre that was meant to be about that transition, but has turned out to be about many more.  I am working now on plans to make it into a durational performance - embracing the fact that it has many aspects from very personal to more critical/professional - like a 'common place'...wanting to allow it as a document in the rough of real-time (or close thereto...) living-thinking-becoming.... The link is: http://julialebarclay.blogspot.com Other than that, working on a book that may be a…
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A Performance Philosophy blog, Day One: “The Future of the Field”

There are many admirable bloggers in contemporary philosophy - John Protevi and Levi Bryant among them. I am starting my own with considerable trepidation and expecting that I may not be able to stick it out for long. I suspect I may lack the confidence, and be generally too self-doubting for this particular form. I spend a lot of time worrying - productively and unproductively - about the words I put into print and those I deliver in public forums. Whereas the blog seems to require a certain abandon, a willingness to share and a belief in the value of…
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