Julian Wolfreys renowned not least for his influential interview with Jacques Derrida (published under the title "As if I were dead") devotes his lecture to the shadows cast and musings muttered by cities and walls. Wolfreys is Professor of Modern Literature and Culture at Loughborough University in the UK. He also lectures at the Universities of Luton, Dundee and Southern California. His teaching and research interests are the poetics and politics of identity, the ontology of literary forms, the relation between historicity and being, modes of urban representation, and the poetics of spectrality and haunting.
› CTM.12 › THE STONE TAPE II