Benjamin Noys/ Timothy Secret
Thursday 4 December 2014
Benjamin Noys, Reader in English, University of Chichester
Chair: Timothy Secret, Lecturer in Philosophy and Religion, University of Winchester
How can we imagine a way out of the stasis of a Europe mired in financial crisis? The proponents of ‘accelerationism’ argue the need to embrace forces of abstraction and technology that can escape ‘old’ Europe. In this talk, Benjamin Noys critically explored these alternative geographical imaginaries as attempts to come to terms with the ‘uneven’ forms of capital within Europe.