One thing that has bugged me about Deleuze’s book The Logic of Sense and Paul Patton’s excellent essay on Deleuze’s conception of the event is the example of ‘being cut’ that both use to explain the incorporeal nature of the event. From Patton: In The Logic of Sense, he argues that they were the first […]
I have uploaded some photos of my trip to Canberra for the Cruising Country conference. Above is the car from the Bush Mechanics tv show. It is from the first show where they chop the roof off the car and turn it into a sled. I met Francis Jupurrula Kelly. Francis is the co-director of […]
Heading to Canberra tomorrow for the Cruising Country conference. It is being organised by Lisa Stefanoff and Ursula Frederick. Ursula was on the panel I organised for the CSAA conference. It should be good to catch up. I am also going to hopefully hook up with Ben while in town for a beer! The program […]
Dread is, Lying in bed, And looking away, Not wanting to see her see me, As she gets up and prepares to leave, While knowing she shall be gone, Soon. Â Although it seems like an eternity, I thought it wouldâ€™ve taken, Longer, For her to be out of my life.
Office culture by Gillian Tett (via Anne). Is the author talking about Cultural Studies? No. It seems that social anthropologists are quite happy to be culture mechanics for multinational companies. Whatever. People can use their PhDs as sex aids for radiated penguins for all I care, but one quote in this article made me angrier […]