Dr. Marlon Miguel

Marlon Miguel is Research Assistant (Postdoc) at the project Madness, Media, Milieus. Reconfiguring the Humanities in Postwar Europe at Bauhaus-Universität Weimar. He holds a double PhD in Fine Arts (Université Paris 8 Vincennes-Saint-Denis) and Philosophy (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro). His PhD research focused on the work of Fernand Deligny and he is responsible for the organization and classification of Deligny’s archives stored at the Institut Mémoires de l’édition contemporaine (IMEC). His most recent edition in this domain is Camérer. A propos d’images by Fernand Deligny with L’Arachnéen (edited together with with Sandra Alvarez de Toledo, Anaïs Masson, and Marina Vidal-Naquet). 

Furthermore, he has published several papers based on his work as well as his dissertation entitled À la marge et hors-champ: l’humain dans la pensée de Fernand Deligny (2016). His current research focuses on the intersection between contemporary philosophy, art, anthropology, and psychiatry. He also practices contemporary circus and makes practical movement research.