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...The son of Louis XIII and Anne of Austria, Louis Dieudonné was born on 5 September 1638 in Saint-Germain-en-Laye. Five years later, on 14 May 1643, his father’s death meant that he acceded to the throne, which the regency passed to his...

Can Dreaming be ‘Political’? Some Questions on the ‘Politics’ of Cultural Studies: An Interview with Paul Bowman

Simon Morgan Wortham

Simon Wortham is Professor of English and co-director of the London Graduate School at Kingston University London, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Derrida: Writing Events

Continuum, 2008

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...Which particular political theories or theorizations of the political informed the formation of cultural studies, and what consequences did these ideas have for the orientation of cultural studies? That is, what did these political theories...
...Hubert Mugnier was born in Joinville in 1598 and died in Reims in 1651. He was one of the most influential figures of the Jesuit college in Dijon, the Collège des Godrans, where he taught philosophy, rhetoric and Scripture. The custom...
...Lawson, George George Lawson was born in Yorkshire, probably in the tiny village of Langliffe in May 1598. He died in July 1678 and is buried in More church. In 1615 he entered Emmanuel College, Cambridge as a sizar, suggesting that his...
...Laud, William Prynne, William William Prynne was born in Swainswick, near Bath and died, unmarried, at Lincoln’s Inn, where he is buried. He was the son of Thomas Prynne and his second wife, Marie (née Sherston). He was educated at Bath...
...Enden, Franciscus van den Franciscus van den Enden was born in Antwerp on 9 February 1602. His parents, Joannes van den Enden and Barbara Janssens, although mere weavers by profession, were able to send him to an Augustinian school. He...
...Vane, Henry, the younger Henry Vane was born in Debden near Newport, Essex in May 1613 and executed at Tower Hill on 14 June 1662. He was educated at Magdalen Hall, Oxford and in Geneva. Vane was the son of the elder Sir Henry, a diplomat...
...Bethel, Slingsby Slingsby Bethel was born in Alne, Yorkshire and baptized on 27 February 1617. He died in February 1697. The third son of Sir Walter Bethel and Mary Slingsby (hence his name), Bethel was educated at home for a career...
...Johann Jacob Schmauss came from Landau in Alsace. He studied law in Strasbourg and Halle with scholars such as Christian Thomasius and Nicolaus Hieronymus Gundling . In 1712, he began holding lectures on legal history in Halle, but he...
...Richard Bland, Richard Bland was a pivotal figure in eighteenth-century Virginian politics. He was a member of the House of Burgesses for thirty-two years (1742–75); a justice of the peace; a colonel of the county militia; a slaveholding...