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  1. Alienation - Rahel Jaeggi, Frederick Neuhouser, Alan E. Smith 2014 (electronic resource)

    Book Required

  2. The Sixties: 1968 - Ep 9 Of 10 SBS ONE October 28, 2014, 7:30 pm

    Audio-visual document Required

  3. The Sixties: Sex, Drugs and Rock 'n' Roll - Ep 10 Of 10 SBS ONE November 4, 2014, 7:30 pm

    Audio-visual document Required

  4. La bataille d'Alger: The battle of Algiers - Gillo Pontecorvo 2005 (videorecording =)

    Audio-visual document Required

  5. Uncivil war: intellectuals and identity politics during the decolonization of Algeria - James D. Le Sueur ©2005

    Book Recommended

  6. Fanon and the crisis of European man: an essay on philosophy and the human sciences - Lewis R. Gordon 1995

    Book Recommended

  7. The laughter of the Thracian woman: a protohistory of theory - Hans Blumenberg, Spencer Hawkins 2015 (electronic resource)

    Book Recommended

  8. Simone Weil and continental philosophy - A. Rebecca Rozelle-Stone 2017 (electronic resource)

    Book Recommended

  9. Measure of a man - Stéphane Brizé, Vincent Lindon 2016 (videorecording)

    Audio-visual document Recommended

  10. Guerrilla aesthetics: art, memory, and the West German urban guerrilla - Kimberly Mair 2016

    Book Further

  11. Althusser's Lesson - Jacques Rancière, Emiliano Battista 2011 (electronic resource)

    Book Further

  12. Week 1 Lecture: Introduction to Course 3 items
    1. Outside the Window: Events in France, May 1968

      Audio-visual document Required Featurette on The Dreamers

    2. The Sixties: the years that shaped a generation 2007 (videorecording)

      Audio-visual document Required

    3. Revolt, she said - Julia Kristeva, Philippe Petit, Sylvère Lotringer c2002

      Book Required Read Pages 7-10: Foreword. High Use copy held in Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access

  13. Week 2 Lecture: Intellectual Background: Hegel/Marx/Kojeve/Hippoli 18 items
    1. Pages 3-6: Heidegger as a "French" philosopher - Tom Rockmore 1995

      Chapter Required

    2. Part of Chapter 2: Heidegger and the master thinker in French philosophy - Tom Rockmore 1995

      Chapter Required

    3. Chapter 2: Changing the World: From Praxis to Production - Etienne Balibar

      Chapter Required

    4. Chapter 6: Phenomenology of Spirit - G. W. F. Hegel 1998

      Chapter Required

    5. Hegel's Phenomenology of spirit: a reader's guide - Stephen Houlgate 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    6. The Routledge guidebook to Hegel's Phenomenology of spirit - Robert Stern, Robert Stern, Ebooks Corporation 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    7. The Communist manifesto - Karl Marx, Friedrich Engels c2008 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    8. French Hegel: from surrealism to postmodernism - Bruce Baugh 2003

      Book Further

    9. An atheism that is not humanist emerges in French thought - Stefanos Geroulanos 2010

      Book Further

    10. Alexandre Kojeve: the roots of postmodern politics - Shadia B. Drury 1994

      Book Further

    11. Hegel and contemporary Continental philosophy - Dennis King Keenan c2004

      Book Further

    12. Hegel and modern society - Charles Taylor 1979

      Book Further

    13. Hegel's ethics of recognition - Robert R. Williams c1997

      Book Further

  14. Week 3 Lecture: Exisetential Phenomenology- Jean-Paul Sartre 24 items
    1. French philosophy in the twentieth century - Gary Gutting 2001

      Book Required Read Chapter 5: Sartre - Gary Gutting. High Use copy held in Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access

    2. French philosophy in the twentieth century - Gary Gutting 2001

      Book Required Read Pages 147-157: Freedom. High Use copy held in Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access

    3. Pages 345-373: The Fused Group - Jean-Paul Sartre 1976

      Chapter Required

    4. Henri Langlois: phantom of the cinémathèque - Jacques Richard, Claude Berri, Claude Chabrol, Lotte H. Eisner 2006 (videorecording)

      Audio-visual document Further

    5. Itinerary of a Thought - Jean-Paul Sartre 11/1969

      Article Further

    6. The early Sartre and Marxism - Sam Coombes 2008

      Book Further

    7. The radical project: Sartrean investigations - Bill Martin 2000

      Book Further

    8. Sartre's second Critique - Ronald Aronson 1987

      Book Further

    9. Sartre's Marxism - Mark Poster 1979

      Book Further

    10. The Marxism of Jean-Paul Sartre - Wilfrid Desan 1966

      Book Further

    11. Sartre and Marxism - Pietro Chiodi 1976

      Book Further

    12. Marxism and the existentialists - Raymond Aron 1969

      Book Further

    13. Marxism and the French Left - Tony Judt 2011

      Book Further Read Chapter 4: French Marxism 1945-1975

    14. The first New Left: British intellectuals after Stalin - Michael Kenny 1995

      Book Further

    15. The writings of Jean-Paul Sartre - Michel Contat, Michel Rybalka, Jean-Paul Sartre 1974

      Book Further

    16. The Sartre dictionary - Gary Cox 2008

      Book Further

    17. Sartre explained: from bad faith to authenticity - David Detmer c2008 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    18. Sartre's ethics of engagement: authenticity and civic virtue - T. Storm Heter c2006

      Book Further

    19. Sartre's two ethics: from authenticity to integral humanity - Thomas C. Anderson c1993

      Book Further

    20. Sartre and the moral limits of war and terrorism - Jennifer Ang Mei Sze 2010

      Book Further

    21. Sartre and the media - Michael Scriven 1993

      Book Further

  15. Week 3 Film Screening 1 item
    1. Orpheus - Jean Cocteau, Criterion Collection (Firm) 2000 (videorecording)

      Audio-visual document Required

  16. Week 4 Lecture: French Cinema: La Nouvell Vague 15 items
    1. The French New Wave: a new look - Naomi Greene 2007

      Book Required Read Pages 1-14. High Use copy held in Social Scienes and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

    2. The French New Wave: a new look - Naomi Greene 2007

      Book Recommended Read Pages 15-32. High Use copy held in Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

    3. French film: texts and contexts - Susan Hayward, Ginette Vincendeau 2000 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Read Chapter 10: The script of delinquency: Francois Truffaut's Les 400 coups (1959)

    4. A history of the French new wave cinema - Richard Neupert c2007 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Read Pages 56-63:Testing the Water: Alexandre Astruc, Agnès Varda, and Jean-Pierre Melville

    5. The French new wave: an artistic school - Michel Marie, Richard Neupert 2003 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read Chapter 2 esp. pp. 26-48 and Chapter 4, esp. pp.70-97

    6. The French New Wave: a new look - Naomi Greene 2007

      Book Further

    7. A short history of Cahiers du cinéma - Emilie Bickerton 2009

      Book Further

    8. French new wave - Chris Wiegand 2005

      Book Further

    9. Agnès Varda - Alison Smith 1998

      Book Further

    10. What is cinema? - André Bazin, Jean Renoir, Francois Truffaut, Dudley Andrew c2005 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read Pages 17-22: The Myth of Total Cinema

    11. Bazin at work: major essays and reviews from the forties and fifties - André Bazin, Bert Cardullo 1997

      Book Further

    12. Gender and French Cinema - Alex Hughes, James S. Williams 2001 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

  17. Week 4 Film Screening 2 items
    1. Cinéastes africains: Volume 1 - Sembene Ousmane, Sembene Ousmane, Jean-Pierre Dikongué-Pipa, Oumarou Ganda 2008 (videorecording)

      Audio-visual document Required La Noire de… - Black Girl (1966): Ousman Sembene

    2. Black Girl, Borom Sarret - Ousmane Sembène 2015 (videorecording)

      Audio-visual document Required

  18. Week 5 Lecture: French Cinema: Jean-Luc Goddard 12 items
    1. La Pointe-Courte - Agnès Varda, Criterion Collection (Firm) 2007 (videorecording)

      Audio-visual document Required

    2. The 400 blows: Quatre cents coups - François Truffaut 2003 (videorecording =)

      Audio-visual document Required

    3. Varda tous courts - Agnès Varda 2007 (videorecording)

      Audio-visual document Required

    4. Deux de la vague: Two in the wave - Emmanuel Laurent, Antoine de Baecque 2011 (videorecording =)

      Audio-visual document Required

    5. The films of Jean-Luc Godard: seeing the invisible - David Sterritt 1999 (electronic resource)

      Book Required Read Chapter 2: Breathless

    6. French film: texts and contexts - Susan Hayward, Ginette Vincendeau 2000 (electronic resource)

      Book Required Read Chapter 11: It really makes you sick!': Jean-Luc Godard's A bout de souffle (1959)

    7. Breathless - John J. Michalczyk 1989

      Article Further

    8. Jean-Luc Godard - Douglas Morrey 2005

      Book Further

    9. The French New Wave: a new look - Naomi Greene 2007

      Book Further

    10. Existentialist cinema - William C. Pamerleau 2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

  19. Week 5 Film Screening 1 item
    1. La Pointe-Courte - Agnès Varda, Criterion Collection (Firm) 2007 (videorecording)

      Audio-visual document Required

  20. Week 6 Lecture: French Cinema: Agnes Varda- Thinking in Images 7 items
    1. Breathless: À bout de souffle - Jean Luc Godard, Francois Truffaut, Criterion Collection (Firm) 2007 (videorecording =)

      Audio-visual document Required

    2. Pages 21-28: Passionate Time - Adrian Martin

      Chapter Required

    3. Chapter 4: Women's images and self images - Alison Smith

      Chapter Required

    4. A history of the French new wave cinema - Richard Neupert c2007 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read Chapter 2: Testing the Water: Alexandre Astruc, Agnes Varda and Jean-Pierre Melville

    5. Chapter 3: Women Film Makers in France - Jill Forbes

      Chapter Further

    6. Chapter 4: Women Film-makers in France - Guy Austin

      Chapter Further

    7. Chapter 5: The Years of the French New Wave - Remi Fournier Lanzoni

      Chapter Further

  21. Week 6 Film Screening 1 item
    1. The 400 blows: Quatre cents coups - François Truffaut 2003 (videorecording =)

      Audio-visual document Required

  22. Week 7 Lecture: May 1968: French Politics 21 items
    1. Cleo from 5 to 7 - Agnès Varda, Criterion Collection (Firm) 2007 (videorecording)

      Audio-visual document Required

    2. Le bonheur - Agnès Varda, Criterion Collection (Firm) c2007 (videorecording)

      Audio-visual document Required

    3. Varda tous courts - Agnès Varda 2007 (videorecording)

      Audio-visual document Required

    4. Chapter 6: From origins to culmination - Arthur Hirsh 1981

      Chapter Required

    5. May '68 and Its Afterlives - Kristin Ross 2002 (electronic resource)

      Book Required Read Chapter 2: Forms and Practices

    6. May 68 in French fiction and film: rethinking society, rethinking representation - Margaret Atack 1999

      Book Required Chapter 3: Order and disorder: scences of violence

    7. Paris May 1968 4 May 2008 8:30AM

      Audio-visual document Further

    8. The beginning of the end: France, May 1968 - Angelo Quattrocchi, Tom Nairn 1998

      Book Further

    9. Protest in Paris: anatomy of a revolt - Bernard Edward Brown 1974

      Book Further

    10. Prelude to revolution: France in May 1968 - Daniel Singer 1970

      Book Further

    11. The spirit of May - Jean Jacques Servan-Schreiber 1969

      Book Further

    12. Writing on the wall: May 1968 : a documentary anthology - Vladimir Claude Fisera 1978

      Book Further

    13. French Revolution, 1968 - Patrick Abram Seale, Maureen McConville 1968

      Book Further

    14. The student revolt: the activists speak - Herve Bourges, Jean-Paul Sartre, Daniel Cohn-Bendit 1968

      Book Further

    15. Obsolete Communism: the left-wing alternative - Daniel Cohn-Bendit, Gabriel Cohn-Bendit 1969

      Book Further

    16. Everyday life in the modern world - Henri Lefebvre 1971

      Book Further

    17. The society of the spectacle - Guy Debord, Ken Knabb, Guy Debord 2014

      Book Further

    18. Panegyric: Volumes 1 & 2 - Guy Debord 2004

      Book Further

    19. Memories of 1968: international perspectives - Ingo Cornils, Sarah Waters c2010

      Book Further

  23. Week 7 Film Screening 3 items
    1. Les Mistons - François Truffaut

      Audio-visual document Required

    2. Eric Rohmer's The bakery girl of Monceau - Eric Rohmer 2006 (videorecording)

      Audio-visual document Required

    3. La jetée: Sans soleil - Chris Marker, Hélène Chatelain, Davos Hanich, Jacques Ledoux c2007 (videorecording)

      Audio-visual document Required Only required to watch Le Jetee

  24. Week 8 Lecture: French Cinema: May '68 and After: Jean-Luc Godard 11 items
    1. The dreamers - Bernardo Bertolucci, Gilbert Adair c2004 (videorecording)

      Audio-visual document Required

    2. Milou en Mai: May fools - Louis Malle 2005 (videorecording =)

      Audio-visual document Required

    3. Tout va b!en - Jean-Pierre Rassam, Jean Luc Godard, Jean-Pierre Gorin, Yves Montand 2005 (videorecording)

      Audio-visual document Required

    4. Chapter 3: Jean-Pierre Gorin and the Dziga Vertov Group - Wheeler Winston Dixon

      Chapter Required

    5. The films of Jean-Luc Godard: seeing the invisible - David Sterritt 1999 (electronic resource)

      Book Required Read Chapter 4: Weekend

    6. A history of the French new wave cinema - Richard Neupert c2007 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read Chapter 6: Jean Luc Godard: Le Petit Soldat

    7. Godard: images, sounds, politics - Colin MacCabe, Mick Eaton, Laura Mulvey, Jean-Luc Godard 1980

      Book Further

    8. Godard: a portrait of the artist at seventy - Colin MacCabe, Sally Shafto 2004

      Book Further

    9. Weekend, Wind from the east: two films - Jean-Luc Godard c1972

      Book Further

  25. Week 8 Film Screening 1 item
    1. Jules and Jim - Moreau Jeanne, Truffaut Francois, Werner Oskar, Henri Serre 2005 (videorecording)

      Audio-visual document Required

  26. Week 9 Lecture: Louis Althusser: Re-reading Marx: Ideology and Cultural Politics 22 items
    1. Weekend - Jean Luc Godard, Raoul Coutard, Mireille Darc, Jean Yanne 2008 (videorecording)

      Audio-visual document Required

    2. Ṣamt al-quṣūr: Les silences du palais = [The silences of the palace] - Moufida Tlatli ©2007 (videorecording =)

      Audio-visual document Required

    3. Lenin and philosophy, and other essays - Louis Althusser, Ben Brewster 2001 (electronic resource)

      Book Required Read Pages127-186.

    4. The French new left: an intellectual history from Sartre to Gorz - Arthur Hirsh 1981

      Book Required Read Pages 159-177. High Use copy held in Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

    5. Reading Capital - Louis Althusser, Etienne Balibar 1997 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read Part 1: From Capital to Marx's Philosophy pp.13-63

    6. Althusser and his contemporaries: philosophy's perpetual war - Warren Montag 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read Pages 1-12: Introduction: Why Read Althusser Today?

    7. Encountering Althusser: politics and materialism in contemporary radical thought - Katja Diefenbach 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read Pages 273-351: The materiality of ideology, the primacy of politics

    8. For Marx - Louis Althusser 1996 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read Pages 87-128: Contradiction and overdetermination

    9. For Marx - Louis Althusser 1996 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read Pages 161-218: On the materialist dialectic

    10. For Marx - Louis Althusser 1996 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Read Pages 219-248: Marxism and humanism

    11. Chapter 4: Rigorous Dialectics: Althusser - Peter Starr 1995

      Chapter Recommended

    12. Reading knowledge: an introduction to Barthes, Foucault, and Althusser - Michael Payne 1997

      Book Recommended

    13. Contemporary French philosophy: modernity and the persistence of the subject - Caroline Williams 2001 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Read Chapter 2: Marxism and Subjectivity: from Lukacs to Althusser

    14. Althusser: a critical reader - Gregory Elliott 1994

      Book Recommended

    15. Futures for Marxism: An Appreciation of Althusser - Andrew Parker, Alex Callinicos 24/1985

      Article Recommended

    16. The Althusserian legacy - E. Ann Kaplan, Michael Sprinker 1993

      Book Recommended

    17. Althusser and feminism - Alison Assiter 1990

      Book Recommended

    18. Philosophy and the maternal body: reading silence - Michelle Boulous Walker 1998 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read Chapter 2: Philosophy: reading denial

  27. Week 9 Film Screening 1 item
    1. Vivre sa vie: Film en douze tableaux = My life to live : a film in twelve scenes - Jean Luc Godard, Marcel Sacotte, Michel Legrand, Films de la Pléiade (Firm) 1999 (videorecording)

      Audio-visual document Required

  28. Week 10 Lecture: Julia Kristeva: Rethinking Politics as Revolt 24 items
    1. Revolt, she said - Julia Kristeva, Philippe Petit, Sylvère Lotringer c2002

      Book Required Read Chapter 1. High Use copy held in Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

    2. The sense and non-sense of revolt - Julia Kristeva, Jeanine Herman 2000 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read: Chapter 1 'What revolt today?' pp. 1-19

    3. Intimate revolt: the powers and limits of psychoanalysis - Julia Kristeva 2002

      Book Further

    4. The Kristeva reader - Julia Kristeva, Toril Moi 1986

      Book Further Read Chapter 4: Semiotics: A critical science and/or a critique of science. High Use copy held in Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access

    5. Kristeva and the political - Cecilia Sjöholm c2005

      Book Further

    6. Philosophy and the maternal body: reading silence - Michelle Boulous Walker 1998 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read Chapter 5: Unquiet silence: Kristeva reading Marx with Freud

    7. The mirror of production - Baudrillard, Jean 1975

      Book Further Read Pages 41-47:Marx and the Hieroglyph of Value

    8. The Kristeva reader - Julia Kristeva, Toril Moi 1986

      Book Further

    9. Chapter 1: The system and the speaking subject - Julia Kristeva

      Chapter Further

    10. This incredible need to believe - Julia Kristeva ©2009 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    11. The Kristeva critical reader - John Lechte, Mary Zournazi 2003

      Book Further

    12. After the revolution: on Kristeva - John Lechte, Mary Zournazi c1998

      Book Further

    13. Julia Kristeva: live theory - John Lechte, Maria Margaroni 2004

      Book Further

    14. Reading Kristeva: unraveling the double-bind - Kelly Oliver 1993

      Book Further

    15. Julia Kristeva, interviews - Julia Kristeva, Ross Mitchell Guberman c1996

      Book Further

    16. Body/text in Julia Kristeva: religion, women, and psychoanalysis - David Crownfield c1992

      Book Further

    17. Revolutionary Semiotics - Philip E. Lewis, Julia Kristeva 23/1974

      Article Further

    18. Pages 116-129: The Notion of expenditure - Georges Bataille

      Chapter Further

    19. The interpretation of dreams - Sigmund Freud, Joyce Crick 1999 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read Chapter 6: The Dream-Work

    20. The interpretation of dreams: Freud's theories revisited - Laurence M. Porter c1987

      Book Further

  29. Week 10 Film Screening 1 item
    1. Le petit soldat: The little soldier - Jean-Luc Godard 2010 (videorecording)

      Audio-visual document Required

  30. Week 11 Lecture: Jean-Francois Lyotard: Libidinal Politics 21 items
    1. The blood of a poet - Jean Cocteau, Criterion Collection (Firm) 2000 (videorecording)

      Audio-visual document Required

    2. Le révélateur - Philippe Garrel c2006 (videorecording)

      Audio-visual document Required

    3. Lyotard: Towards a Postmodern Philosophy - James D. Williams 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book Required Read Chapter 1: Introduction: Rethinking the Political

    4. Post-marxism: a reader - Stuart Sim c1998

      Book Required Read Chapter 9 and 10. High Use copy held in Social Sciences and Humanities Library. Copyright Act prevents online access.

    5. Lyotard: Towards a Postmodern Philosophy - James D. Williams 2013 (electronic resource)

      Book Recommended Read Chapter 6: Politics

    6. The Differend, the Referent, and the Proper Name - Jean-Francois Lyotard, Georges Van Den Abbeele 1984

      Article Further

    7. Political writings - Jean-Francois Lyotard 1993

      Book Further

    8. Against autonomy: Lyotard, judgement and action - Neal Curtis c2001

      Book Further

    9. Philosophy and the maternal body: reading silence - Michelle Boulous Walker 1998 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read Chapter 4: Philosophy and silence: The Differend

    10. Reacting to Lyotard - Judith Still 1989

      Article Further

    11. An Interview with Jean-Francois Lyotard - W. van Reijen, D. Veerman 01/06/1988

      Article Further

    12. Pages 67-78: Jean-Francois Lyotard - Florian Rotzer

      Chapter Further

    13. Interview: Jean-Francois Lyotard - Jean-Francois Lyotard, Georges Van Den Abbeele 23/1984

      Article Further

    14. Chapter 15: Analysing speculative discourse as language game - Jean-Francois Lyotard

      Chapter Further

    15. Pages:xiii-xxvii: Prelude - Edith Wyschogrod

      Chapter Further

    16. Chapter 4: Jean-Francois Lyotard: From perception to desire - Peter Dews

      Chapter Further

    17. Pages 311-320: Lyotard's assessment of postmodernity - Andrew Cutrofello

      Chapter Further

  31. Week 11 Film Screening 1 item
    1. Bande à part: Band of outsiders - Jean-Luc Godard, Dolores Hitchens c2003 (videorecording =)

      Audio-visual document Required

  32. Week 12 Lecture: Luce Irigaray: Love Between Us 41 items
    1. Chapter 1: Introducting: Love between us - Luce Irigaray

      Chapter Required

    2. Luce Irigaray and the question of the divine - Alison Martin, Modern Humanities Research Association 2000

      Book Further

    3. Divine love: Luce Irigaray, women, gender and religion - Morny Joy 2006

      Book Further

    4. Luce Irigaray: philosophy in the feminine - Margaret Whitford c1991

      Book Further

    5. Ethics of Eros: Irigaray's re-writing of the philosophers - Tina Chanter 1995

      Book Further

    6. Marx, Irigaray and the politics of reproduction - Alys Eve Weinbaum 1994

      Article Further

    7. Pages 285-315: Back in analysis: how to do things with Irigaray - Elizabeth Hirsch

      Chapter Further

    8. Chapter 8: Luce Irigaray - Luce Irigarary 1991

      Chapter Further

    9. Chapter 3: Women-mothers, the silent substratum of the social order - Luce Irigarary

      Chapter Further

    10. Divine women - Luce Irigaray 1986

      Book Further

    11. An ethics of sexual difference - Luce Irigaray 1993

      Book Further

    12. Je, tu, nous: toward a culture of difference - Luce Irigaray 1993

      Book Further

    13. Thinking the difference: for a peaceful revolution - Luce Irigaray 1994

      Book Further

    14. Elemental passions - Luce Irigaray 1992

      Book Further

    15. To be two - Luce Irigaray 2000

      Book Further

    16. Democracy begins between two - Luce Irigaray 2000

      Book Further

    17. French women philosophers: a contemporary reader : subjectivity, identity, alterity - Christina Howells, Ebooks Corporation 2004 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read Pages 83-91: The question of other (Democracy begins between two)

    18. The way of love - Luce Irigaray, Heidi Bostic, Stephen Pluhácek 2002

      Book Further

    19. Between East and West: from singularity to community - Luce Irigaray c2002

      Book Further

    20. Why different?: a culture of two subjects : interviews with Luce Irigaray - Luce Irigaray, Sylvère Lotringer, Camille Collins c2000

      Book Further

    21. Speculum of the other woman - Luce Irigaray 1985

      Book Further

    22. To speak is never neutral - Luce Irigaray 2002

      Book Further

    23. Chapter 4: Lived bodies : phenomenology and the flesh - Elizabeth Grosz

      Chapter Further

    24. A politics of impossible difference: the later work of Luce Irigaray - Penelope Deutscher 2002

      Book Further

    25. Gender trouble: feminism and the subversion of identity - Judith Butler c1999 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read Part 1: Subjects of Sex/Gender/Desire

    26. Irigaray for architects - Peg Rawes 2007

      Book Further

    27. Philosophy and the maternal body: reading silence - Michelle Boulous Walker 1998 (electronic resource)

      Book Further Read Pages 176-181: Conclusion: Speaking with(in) the symbolic

  33. Week 12 Film Screening 2 items
    1. Masculin féminin: 15 faits précis - Jean Luc Godard, Jean-Pierre Léaud, Chantal Goya, Marlène Jobert 2005 (videorecording)

      Audio-visual document Required

    2. Samba - Éric Toledano, Olivier Nakache, Delphine Coulin ©2015 (videorecording)

      Audio-visual document Required

  34. Week 13 Lecture: Conclusions and Discussion 5 items
    1. Themroc - Claude Faraldo, Béatrice Romand c1994 (videorecording)

      Audio-visual document Required

    2. Chapter 4: Filmic Uptopias: imagining a new society - Alison Smith

      Chapter Required

    3. Gender and French Cinema - Alex Hughes, James S. Williams 2001 (electronic resource)

      Book Further

    4. The mediocracy: French philosophy since the mid-1970s - Dominique Lecourt 2001

      Book Further

  35. Week 13 Film Screening 1 item
    1. Regular lovers - Philippe Garrel 2007 (videorecording)

      Audio-visual document Required

  36. Past Central Exam Papers 1 item
    1. Past Central Exam Papers

      Webpage  Follow the link and search for past exam papers by course code.