Disjecta: This week's links

Your guide to this week's best cultural links
Ian Curtis of Joy Division. Photograph: Kevin Cummins


Samuel Beckett: Second Call for Papers from the Out of the Archive conference team
Samuel Beckett: Odds and Ends: A new feature at the Samuel Beckett: Debts and Legacies website
What 10 Classic Books Were Almost Called
Virginia Woolf: Short story, 'A Haunted House'
Joyce Carol Oates: Review of A Fair Maiden
Thomas Bernhard: London Review of Books on the Penguin reissue of Old Masters
Paul Auster: Arifa Akbar reviews Auster's new novel, Sunset Park
Paul Auster: Interviewed by The L Magazine about Sunset Park
James Boswell: Steve King profiles Samuel Johnson's biographer
Philip Roth: Tim Parks reviews Nemesis in the London Review of Books
Philip Roth: On literature and teaching
Gabriel Josipovici: Interview by Berfrois
Should the University Survive in its Current Form?
Ambit: New issue now available
Christopher Isherwood: Second volume of the Diaries 1960-1969 is now available
James Joyce: Position available at the James Joyce Centre
Sylvia Plath and Anne Stevenson
Saul Bellow: The Second Pass reviews Saul Bellow's Letters
Tom McCarthy: McCarthy discusses the influence of Sigmund Freud on C.
Electric Literature: An interview with the founders of Electric Literature

Philosophy & Critical Theory:

Friedrich Nietzsche's Death Mask
FWSA Book Prize 2011
France in the 1960s: Your guide to the intellectual scene
Sigmund Freud: John Fletcher on 'Time and Trauma in Freud's Thought'
Sigmund Freud: Paul Crosthwaite on psychoanalysis and global economic collapse
So you want to get a PhD in the Humanities?


William Shakespeare: Shakespeare's Globe Gesture Lab, 5-7 November 2010
Oliver, Shakespeare and the National
William Shakespeare: Hamlet and Poetry, call for papers


Franz Kafka: György Kurtág's Kafka Fragments at the Barbican in London
Joy Division: New book of photography by Kevin Cummins
J. G. Ballard: Bryan Ferry notes the influence of Ballard on Roxy Music

Art, Design & Photography

Henri Cartier-Bresson: Review of An Inner Silence: The Portraits of Henri Cartier-Bresson
Coffee BREAKDOWN: Ephemeral comic strip


Alfred Hitchcock: Emanuel Berman on Hitchcock's Vertigo, 'The collapse of a rescue phantasy'
David Lynch: Short film of Lynch's lithographic work in Paris

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