GRADUATE SEMINARS

taught by Prof. Hugh J. Silverman

 

Hugh J. Silverman, Professor of Philosophy, and Comparative Literary and Cultural Studies

Department of Philosophy| Office: Harriman Hall 203 | Office Telepone: 631-632-7592 | E-mail: hugh.silverman@stonybrook.edu

TERM
YEAR
COURSE NUMBER
COURSE TITLE
MEETING TIMES
LOCATION
COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
TEXTS
LECTURE SUMMARIES / PROTOCOLS

OFFICE HOURS

SPRING 2013 PHI 506.01 LYOTARD'S AESTHETIC THEORY

MON

7:00 - 9:50

(but hope to change to: 6:30 - 9:10 p.m.)

Stony Brook Campus- Harriman 218 (Solzberg Library) Course Description / Syllabus

Main Text:

Lyotard's Discourse, Figure (recently translated into English)

 

TUES

3:30-5:00 p.m. and by appointment

FALL 2012 PHI 508.01 / EGL 611 POSTMODERNISMS: THEORIES OF IMAGE/TEXT

MON

6:30 - 9:10 p.m.

Stony Brook Campus- Harriman 218 (Solzberg Library)

Course Description / Syllabus / Schedule of Readings    

TUES

3:30-5:00 p.m. and by appointment

SPRING 2012 PHI 630 DERRIDA READING HEIDEGGER

MON

7:00 - 10:00

Harriman 249 Course Description / Syllabus / Schedule of Readings Documents - Geschlecht IV Protocols

WEDS

3:30 - 5:00 and by app't

SPRING 2011 PHI 505.01

CULTURAL HERMENEUTICS

Stony Brook Campus

Harriman 218 (Solzberg Library

Course Description / Syllabus / Schedule of Readings   Protocols

FALL 2010 PHI 508.02 POSTMODERNISMS     Course Description / Syllabus / Schedule of Readings    

                   
      under reconstruction            
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   
                   

 

ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-12

 

ACADEMIC YEAR 2010-11

FALL SEMESTER 2010
SPRING SEMESTER 2011

PHI 508.02: POSTMODERNISMS

Hugh J. Silverman

[pdf version]

MONDAYS 7:00-10:00 p.m.

OFFICE HOURS:

Tues 3:30 - 5:00 and by app't

office: Harriman 203; tel: 631-632-7592

Syllabus

 

 

 

PHI 505.01: CULTURAL HERMENEUTICS

MONDAYS 7:00-10:00

Stony Brook Campus

Harriman 218 (Solzberg Library)

course description & syllabus

protocols

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THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION

FOR PHILOSOPHY AND LITERATURE

35th ANNUAL CONFERENCE

NATIONAL CHENG KUNG UNIVERSITY

TAINAN, TAIWAN

(23-29 MAY 2011)

TOPIC:

EAST / WEST

deterritorialization, negotiaton, glocalization

 

   

ACADEMIC YEAR 2009-10

FALL SEMESTER 2009
SPRING SEMESTER 2010

CLT 602 / EGL 603 / FRN 571 / ITL 571:

POSTMODERNISMS

Hugh J. Silverman and Peter Carravetta

[pdf version]

MONDAYS 6:20-9:40 p.m.

OFFICE HOURS:

Tues 3:30 - 5:00 and by app't

office: Harriman 203; tel: 631-632-7592

 

 

 

PHI 505: DERRIDA AND

THE POLITICS OF RELATIONSHIPS

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THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION

FOR PHILOSOPHY AND LITERATURE

34th ANNUAL CONFERENCE

UNIVERSITY of REGINA, SASKATCHEWAN, CANADA

(24-30 MAY 2010)

TOPIC:

CULTURES OF DIFFERENCES:

national / indigenous /historical

 

 

ACADEMIC YEAR 2008-09

SPRING SEMESTER 2009
SPRING SEMESTER 2009

 

PHILOSOPHY 630:

SEMINAR IN CONTINENTAL PHILOSOPHY

FOUCAULT / DELEUZE / LYOTARD

[pdf version]

TUESDAYS 6-9 p.m.

OFFICE HOURS:

Tues 3:30 - 5:00 and by app't

office: Harriman 203; tel: 631-632-7592

 

THE INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION

FOR PHILOSOPHY AND LITERATURE

33rd ANNUAL CONFERENCE

BRUNEL UNIVERSITY, WEST LONDON, ENGLAND

(1-7 JUNE 2009)

TOPIC: DOUBLE | EDGES: rhetorics - rhizomes - regions

 

 
FALL SEMESTER 2008
FALL SEMESTER 2008

 

PHILOSOPHY 505.01

Hugh J. Silverman

DERRIDA AND THE POLITICS OF RELATIONSHIPS

[pdf version]

Mondays 6-9 p.m.

OFFICE HOURS:

Tues 3:30 - 5:00 and by app't

[office: Harriman 203; tel: 631-632-7592]

 

Seminar Description and Texts

Syllabus

< PDF version >

 

AN INFORMAL READING GROUP

Giorgia Agamben: Homo Sacer (resumed)

Harriman 201

(confirm for dates and times)

 

 

   

 

 

ACADEMIC YEAR 2007-08

FALL SEMESTER 2007
FALL SEMESTER 2007

 

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE 602

ART HISTORY 550

Hugh J. Silverman and Donald Kuspit

THEORIZING ARTISTS

Wednesdays 2-5 p.m. - Staller

Office Hours (Harriman 203):

Wednesdays 5:30-7:30 and by appt

 

Syllabus

< PDF version >

Texts

 

AN INFORMAL READING GROUP

Giorgia Agamben: Homo Sacer

Fridays noon-2 p.m.

Harriman 201

(confirm for dates and times)

 

 

 
 

ACADEMIC YEAR 2006-07

SPRING SEMESTER 2007
SPRING SEMESTER 2007

 

PHILOSOPHY 630

MERLEAU-PONTY AND DERRIDA:

BODY, LANGUAGE, EXPRESSION

Mondays 6-9 p.m. - Harriman 249

Office Hours: Wednesdays 3-5 and by appt

 

Syllabus

< PDF version >

Texts

 

AN INFORMAL READING GROUP

Derrida: On Touching - Jean-Luc Nancy (last half)

Stiegler - Technics and Time

Wednesdays 6-9 p.m.

Harriman 201

 

 

FALL SEMESTER 2006
FALL SEMESTER 2006

 

FRENCH 571 / ITALIAN 571 / PHILOSOPHY 508.02

CONTEMPORARY EUROPEAN THOUGHT AND CULTURE

Mondays 6:15-9:15 pm

Humanities 1051

Office Hours Tues 3-5 and by appt

 

Syllabus

< PDF version >

Texts

READING DERRIDA'SON TOUCHING - JEAN-LUC NANCY

AN INFORMAL READING GROUP

Thursdays 8-11 pm

Harriman 201

FOR CREDIT: PHI 620.31

Schedule of Readings (from Spring)

Weekly Protocols

ACADEMIC YEAR 2005-06

FALL SEMESTER 2005
SPRING SEMESTER 2006

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE 603

POSTMODERNISMS

[Mondays 7-10 pm]

 

READING DERRIDA'S ON TOUCHING - JEAN-LUC NANCY

AN INFORMAL READING GROUP

Wednesdays 8-11 pm

FOR CREDIT: PHI 620.31

Course Description (F05)

Syllabus (2005)

Schedule of Readings

Weekly Protocols

ACADEMIC YEAR 2004-05

FALL SEMESTER 2004
SPRING SEMESTER 2005

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE 601

DECONSTRUCTION AND CRITICISM

[Mondays 7-10 pm]

PHILOSOPHY 610

PHILOSOPHY AND THE ARTS AFTER DERRIDA

[Tuesdays 3:30-6:30 pm]

 

Seminar Description

Syllabus

Seminar Description

Syllabus

ACADEMIC YEAR 2003-04

FALL SEMESTER 2003
SPRING SEMESTER 2004

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE 603

POSTMODERNISMS

PHILOSOPHY 630

MERLEAU-PONTY AND DERRIDA

Syllabus

Seminar Description

Supplementaries

Protocols & Bibliographicals)