File spoon-archives/french-feminism.archive/french-feminism_2000/french-feminism.0007, message 7


Date: Tue, 25 Jul 2000 08:10:54 +0100
Subject: Re: talking about Irigaray


Andrea wrote:

>Hi Phyllis,
>
>I don't suppose you could tell me where the archives to this list are
>located? I thought perhaps the list was 'dead' as I subscribed and there
>didn't seem to be any activity. I would love to chat about Irigaray and
>love. I know Michael from a Heidegger list where there has been some
>discussion of Irigaray but too many very strong Heideggerians to engage in
>any prolonged way without their frustration at being off topic. I heard
>Irigaray give a talk about Les Souffles Des Femmes in the ICA about two
>years ago and I've been trying to read Forgetting the Air since August.  My
>PhD is about Irigaray and Architecture and it title possibily where Love
>begins. Strangely enough I went to a Jack Caputo lecture this evening and
>his theme was Derrida and deconstruction as the philosophy of love, the
>title of the talk 'For Love of the Things Themselves'. What is your paper
>about?
>
>Andrea

Two things, Andrea:
* can the archives be located with a "index french-feminism" command to the
majordomo thing address?
* I'd love to hear about your lecture yesterday evening at the ICA. Can you
precis it for me?

My main interest in Irigaray is her critique of Heidegger and, as Andrea
has described, it became fruitless on the Heidegger list (I think mainly
because no-one had really read her work and because of the near 100%
masculine membership of the list). I do not have the book "Oblivion of Air"
(although I have it on order from amazon) although I have reada passage or
two. Has anyone here read that work? What is the fundamental basis of her
critique of Heidegger?

Thanks. I look forward to any discussion of Irigaray.

MdP




>
>>I know there's lots in the archives on Irigaray but since I am currently
>>working on an article that uses both I love to you and le souffle des
>>femmes (am still waiting for the library to locate our text on Heidegger),
>>I  wouldn't mind joining  Andrea and Michael in discussing Irigaray's work
>>again.   Phyllis
>>
>>Phyllis H. Kaminski
>>
>>Co-Ordinator of Women's Studies
>>Department of Religious Studies
>>
>>Saint Mary's College			phone: 219-284-4702
>>Notre Dame, IN 46556-5001		fax:  219-284-4716
>>
>>
>>
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