Robert Galeta is a lecturer at Bradford School of Art. He went to Oxford, where he studied ancient Greek poetry, and was later awarded a PhD on the subject. He then went to University of Paris VIII, where he saw lectures by Deleuze. He then translated Volume 2 of Deleuze's Cinema into English, along with Hugh Tomlinson. He has an interest in cities, gentrification, art and poetry.
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