Next to join our panel of leading thinkers, contemporary philosophers and creative minds at Sadler’s Wells on Saturday 28 October is Dr Iain MacKenzie.
Iain Mackenzie is the co-director of the Interdisciplinary Centre for Critical Thought at University of Kent.
Following being a lecturer in Politics at Queen’s University Belfast (1993-2002), and Senior Lecturer in Modern European Philosophy at Middlesex University (2002-2003), since 2005 his current position at University of Kent has brought him back to the rigours of political studies. In particular, the ways in which the classics of modern political thought and the contemporary classics of feminist political theory provide an endlessly rich source of inventive, conceptually challenging and analytically powerful critical material that can be brought to bear upon contemporary social and political life.
The Creative Minds Symposium brings together a panel of leading thinkers, contemporary philosophers and creative minds at Sadler’s Wells on Saturday 28 October, to analyse, respond and debate a shared moment of performance – Jasmin Vardimon’s critically acclaimed production of Pinocchio.
Find out more about the Creative Minds Symposium and how you can book your free ticket here: http://jasminvardimon.com/2017/08/creative-minds-symposium/