A Collection of Essays
Edited By John McKeane and Hannes Opelz
Notes on Contributors 307
Notes on Contributors Gisèle Berkman is directrice de programme at the Collège International de Philosophie in Paris. Her research programme is entitled: ‘La pensée à l’œuvre: écritures de la pensée, des Lumières à l’extrême contemporain’. She is also a member of the editorial committee of the review Po&sie (Belin). She works on the relationship between the Enlightenment and literary and philosophical modernity. She has published articles on Rousseau, Derrida, Nancy, and Blanchot. Her most recent publications include an edited issue entitled ‘Clair/obscur’ (September 2009) of the review Rue Descartes (PUF), and Archéologie du moi, co-edited with Caroline Jacot Grapa (Presses universitaires de Vincennes, 2009). Christophe Bident is maître de conférences at Université de Paris VII – Denis Diderot. He is the author of Maurice Blanchot: partenaire invisible (Champ Vallon, 1998) and Reconnaissances – Antelme, Blanchot, Deleuze (Calmann-Lévy, 2003). He has edited Blanchot’s Chroniques littéraires du Journal des débats, 1941–1944 (Gallimard, 2007) and is currently editing another collection of articles by Blanchot, La Condition critique (Gallimard, 2010). He also writes on contemporary theatre and will soon be publishing an augmented edition of his first book on Koltès, Bernard-Marie Koltès, Généalogies, suivi de Le Sens du monde (Hermann, 2010). A number of his articles on Blanchot have been translated into English, including: ‘Blanchot, Leiris: A Question of Age’, Colloquy, 10 (November 2005); ‘The Movements of the Neuter’, in After Blanchot: Literature, Criticism, Philosophy, ed. by Leslie Hill,...
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