Posted on SIX NOTES ON SUBJECTIVITY AND ABJECTION: FROM VIRGINIA WOOLF TO LUCIANO BERIO
RICHARD LEPPERT will join students in the Critical Theory and the Arts program later this year to discuss:
“Six Notes on Subjectivity and Abjection: From Virginia Woolf to Luciano Berio”
Professor Leppert teaches at the University of Minnesota, in the department of Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature. He is the author of many books on the visual arts, film, and music, including, recently, Sound Judgment: Selected Essays; Beyond the Soundtrack: Representing Music in Cinema; The Nude: The Cultural Rehtoric of the Body in the Art of Western Modernity and Theodor W. Adorno: Essays in Music.