Many Regimes of Capital in The Postdigital Age’, which will take place in Warsaw, 21-22 May 2020. The conference is organized by the Faculty of “Artes Liberales” at the University of Warsaw (Poland) in collaboration with the Center for Philosophical Technologies at Arizona State University. This conference is part of the project Technology and Socialization.

Confirmed keynote speakers include:
GREGG LAMBERT (Dean’s Professor of Humanities, Principal Investigator, The CNY Humanities Corridor, Humanities Center, Syracuse University)
ADAM NOCEK (Professor in the School of Arts, Media, and Engineering and the Design School, Arizona State University)
A. KIARINA KORDELA (Professor of German Studies and Director of the Critical Theory Program, at Macalester College, St. Paul, Minnesota)


Deleuze & Guattari Summer School

Dates: 22-26 June 2020

Location: Faculty of Arts, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic

The camp will be held from 22 to 26 June 2020. It will take place at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University, Prague, nám. Jana Palacha 1/2, 116 38, Staré Město.

The Deleuze Camp will be dedicated to a rigorous study of the deleuzo-guattarian philosophy. Lecturers will examine concepts such as agency, animality, assemblage, immanence, machine, metaphysics, refrain, repetition, territory and deterritorialisation. Those concepts will be used to explore a potential of the deleuzo-guattarian view on literature, film and music. A special attention will be paid to the Central European literature, film and music in their historical and political context. 

The deadline for the application to the D&G Summer School is 19 January 2020. The application for the D&G Summer School is via conference system Conftool.


Daniela Angelucci (Università Roma Tre)

Ian Buchanan (University of Wollongong)

Michaela Fišerová (Metropolitan University Prague)

Gregg Lambert (Syracuse University)

Catarina Pombo Nabais (Universidade de Lisboa)

Nick Nesbitt (Princeton University)

Daniel W. Smith (Purdue University)

After introductory session, every lecturer will make tree presentations that will revolve around the following topics. Last session will be reserved for student reflections.



Daniela Angelucci: Minor literature, minor screens, becoming-minor and political resistance.
Ian Buchanan: Deleuze, Guattari and assemblage theory
Michaela Fišerová: Artistic territories. Deleuze and Guattari’s aesthetics of animality
Gregg Lambert: The missing people and minor literature
Nick Nesbitt: Deleuze, Guattari, Spinoza and music
Catarina Pombo Nabais: Three paradigms of literature: Proust&Sacher-Masoch, Benneth&Kafka, and Beckett&Melville. 
Daniel W. Smith: Deleuze, Metaphysics, and Art