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Dylan Trigg
Dylan Trigg is an IRC research fellow at University College Dublin, School of Philosophy. He is the author of The Memory of Place: a Phenomenology of the Uncanny, and The Aesthetics of Decay: Nothingness, Nostalgia and the Absence of Reason, and The Thing: A Phenomenology of Horror. He is currently finishing a book on the phenomenology of phobia, which is forthcoming from Bloomsbury. His work has been translated into Russian, Chinese, Latvian, and French.

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The Ghosts of Place

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August 2013

Dylan Trigg

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August 2013

 ‘So I turned around for an instant to look at what my field of vision onto the sea had not offered up: the heavy...
Confessions of an Agoraphobic Victim

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December 2012

Dylan Trigg

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December 2012

The title of my essay has been stolen from another essay written in 1919.[1] In this older work, the reader is introduced to a...

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Interview

February 2011

Interview with Manfredi Beninati

Lowenna Waters

Interview

February 2011

Time, memory, the landscape of the mind, manifestation and metamorphosis, resurgence and collapse and the crisp crust of Sicilian...

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March 2014

Burroughs in London

Heathcote Williams

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March 2014

I first met William Burroughs in 1963. I was working for a now defunct literary magazine called Transatlantic Review...

Art

September 2016

Sitting, scrawling, playing

Emily Gosling

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September 2016

Amidst the drills and concrete, white walls and big names of London’s Cork Street stands a new gallery, Nahmad Projects,...

 

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