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Walter Benjamin

16th January 2017 · 7:00pm - 9:00pm

In person | Virtual event

 Walter Benjamin


Walter Benjamin (1892-1940) is one of the most fascinating intellectual figures of the twentieth century. Philosopher, literary critic, journalist, historian and creative writer, his writings have attracted the interest of Marxists, theologians, urbanists and artists, just to mention a few. The course will take a chronological and textual approach, starting with Benjamin’s writings from the mid/late 1920s and ending with his final text from 1940. See course outline for more information.

Spring Term 2017, Mondays, 19:00 – 21:00, ten weeks starting 16th January.

Course Tutor: Meade McCloughan.

To enrol, please e-mail Meade (meade[at]

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