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21 May 2012updated 27 Sep 2015 4:00am

Slavoj Žižek in conversation with the New Statesman

Tickets for this event on 11 June now available.

By New Statesman

Central Saint Martins Campus, London N1, Monday 11 June, 7pm

The new Central Saint Martins campus at Kings Cross will host the renowned philosopher Slavoj Žižek in conversation with Jonathan Derbyshire, the culture editor of the New Statesman. From Hegel to the Occupy movement, expect an interesting thought-provoking discussion followed by audience Q and A.

The event is free but ticketed – booking has now opened; to reserve a ticket, click on this link.

In preparation, read Jonathan Derbyshire’s 2009 interview with Žižek in the New Statesman here.

UPDATE: This event is now fully booked.

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