Dr Beth Guilding
academic, Goldsmiths, University of London; co-editor, Narrating the Passions: new perspectives from modern and contemporary literature

Dr Beth Guilding is an academic from Goldsmiths, University of London. She completed her PhD with no corrections in January 2017. Beth’s thesis focused on the relationship between the child and adult self in the philosophy of Maurice Blanchot, from a combination of psychoanalytic, philosophical and literary perspectives. Between 2015-2018, Beth taught literary theory and psychoanalysis to undergraduate students, and lectured on Maurice Blanchot for MA students, while working part-time in the Goldsmiths Careers Service. She is also an invited member of the International Network of Comparative Humanities, funded by Princeton University and The University of Notre Dame. Beth has co-edited, along with Simona Corso, one volume of essays, titled Narrating the Passions: New Perspectives from Modern and Contemporary Literature (2017), and she is currently preparing her thesis for publication.


Sunday 14 October, 12:00 Frobisher 4-6
Mental health on campus: is university making us sick?

Sunday 14 October, 17:30 Exhibition Hall 2
ME, ME, ME! Narcissism and the new politics of identity