Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis, 19-20 May 20
An Invitation to celebrate the launch of Deleuze and Design edited by Betti Marenko and Jamie Brassett, published by Edinburgh University Press as part of their ‘Deleuze Connections’ series.
DELEUZE IN THE LAND OF PALM TREES (port. version)
Geography of difference, philosophical winds and intensive encounters in Brazil
- The Marvel of Multiple Entries. Interview with Robert Machado
- A Geography of Philosophical Thought. by Roberto Machado
- Memories of an Epicurean Garden. Interview with Luiz Orlandi
- A Taste for Encounters. by Luiz Orlandi
- Pollination in Philosophy. by Peter Pál Pelbart
Organization, interviews and translations by Wolfgang Pannek
Prepared especially for deleuze international this ensemble of articles and interviews introduces to the philosophical production related to Gilles Deleuze in Brazil. In ‘the land of the palm trees’, or Pindorama, as its indigenous inhabitants, the Tupi-Guarani, used to call their country, the reception of Deleuze’s writings started flourishing at the end of the 1960ies. Thanks to the translations of important scholars of Deleuze and Guattari almost all of their works are today available to the Brazilian reader. Beyond this, a considerable variety of books, articles, symposia and, most of all, the widespread activity in philosophy and arts departments of universities located between the Amazon and Paraná rivers inspire the still increasing interest in the transformational potential of the concepts created by these French thinkers. The articles here assembled were authored by major exponents of the reception and reflection about Deleuze’s philosophy in Brazil: Roberto Machado, Luiz Orlandi and Peter Pál Pelbart.
DELEUZE NA TERRA DAS PALMEIRAS
Geografia da diferença, ventos filosóficos e encontros intensivos no Brasil
A maravilha das entradas múltiplas Entrevista com Robert Machado
A geografia do pensamento filosófico por Roberto Machado
Memórias de um jardim de Epicuro Entrevista com Luiz B. L. Orlandi
Um gosto pelos encontros por Luiz B.L. Orlandi
Da polinização em filosofia por Peter Pál Pelbart
Organização, entrevistas e traduções por Wolfgang Pannek
Preparado especialmente para deleuze international, este conjunto de artigos e entrevistas introduz à produção filosófica relacionada a Gilles Deleuze no Brasil. Na ‘Terra das Palmeiras’, ou Pindorama, como seus habitantes indígenas, os Tupi-Guarani, costumavam chamar seu país, a recepção dos escritos de Deleuze começou a florescer no final dos anos 1960. Graças às traduções de importantes pesquisadores de Deleuze e Guattari, hoje quase todas as suas obras estão à disposição do leitor brasileiro. Além disso, uma variedade considerável de livros, artigos, simpósios e, sobretudo, o estudo nos departamentos de filosofia e de arte em universidades localizadas entre os rios Amazonas e Paraná inspiram um interesse crescente no potencial transformador dos conceitos criados por esses pensadores franceses. Os artigos aqui reunidos são da autoria de expoentes destacados da recepção e reflexão sobre a filosofia de Deleuze no Brasil: Roberto Machado, Luiz B. L. Orlandi e Peter Pál Pelbart.
The Third International Deleuze Studies in Asia Conference (http://deleuze2015.manipal.edu) will be held at the Manipal Centre for Philosophy and Humanities, Manipal University, India from June 5 to June 7, 2015. The Third International Deleuze Camp in Asia will be organised as part of the conference in the same venue from May 29 to June 2, 2015.
The theme of this conference “Inter-national, Inter-connection, Inter-operativity” points to three key problems of our age: the interaction between nations, between people and machines, and between differently constituted systems. It invites us to think about the different ways in which Deleuze and Guattari’s thought enables us to conceptualise the present world, paying particular attention to the powerful North/South and East/West segmentations that operate today, as well as the transversal and rhizomatic lines that pass through, between and around them. Recognising that there is no single way of answering these problematics, the conference invites participants to consider a global range of topics distributed over a wide and aberrant epistemic territory of science, metaphysics, politics, art, history, cinema, literature, culture, race, ethnicity and so on. This conference aims to bring together a set of professional scholars and amateur aspirants to reflect upon these areas with specific focus on the possibilities, challenges, difficulties and connections raised by them.
Bionics and Deleuze
Surveillance and Postcapitalism
Time, Memory and Desire in Asian Histories
Post-colonial Differentials and Ethnic Fragmentation in Asia
Gender, Culture, Identity and Politics
Transversality and Deterritorialization of Asian Religions and Philosophies
Asian Societies as Hierarchical Assemblages
Art, Cinema and Literature
Asia, Globalism and Crisis of Capitalism
Objects, Multiplicity and Simulacrum
Abstract should be around 250 words and presentation will be of twenty minutes.