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Jérôme Game

Jérôme Game joined the American University of Paris in 2004. After receiving his Ph.D. in French literature and philosophy from Cambridge University. In 2002 he was appointed Andrew W. Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Humanities at University College London, where he carried out research for two years. He teaches courses in Philosophy and Film Studies, notably History of Modern Philosophy, Philosophy of Aesthetics, Modern Critical Theory, History of Narrative Cinema, Film and the Body, and Asian Cinema. His research interests focus on a theoretical and critical examination of modern culture (cinema, literature, visual arts) around a philosophical reworking of subjectivity and time. These concerns are addressed in numerous publications, often within an interdisciplinary context, and problematized around issues such as the body, desire and power. He has recently edited volumes on text/image relations in twentieth-century French culture and on the work of Jacques Rancière.


He is currently finishing a study of contemporary French literature around Gilles Deleuze’s philosophy and editing a volume on the cinematographic representation of the body. His longer term projects include a book-length philosophical study of contemporary art around the concept of ‘becoming’ and a collective volume on syntax in the arts.


Since 2004 Professor Game is an Associate Researcher with the ‘Centre d'Etudes Poétiques’ (EA1633) of Ecole Normale Supérieure – Lettres & Sciences Humaines, and with the center ‘Recherches sur la Pluralité Esthétique’ (EA1575) of Université Paris 8 – Saint-Denis.


Keywords:  philosophy, subjectivity, French culture

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