GCAS Centre Sydney Calendar





Jacob E. Andrade is a Buddhist-agnostic and Christian-atheist, with an errant, eudaimonistic love of post-modern existential thought and american Neopragmatism. He is currently doing research for a book on ancient philosophy with specific reference toprecursors of French Deconstructionism that can be found in both eastern (Buddhist) philosophy, as well as the Greek\Roman 'Zetetic' tradition of Pyrrhonism. Jocob was awarded a BA from the University of Sydney where he majored in Philosophy and Religion. He is now a post-graduate researcher at GCAS College. 

Mission: GCAS Centre Sydney is a space committed to courageous thinking, research development and publishing through seminars, workshops and conferences based in Australia.

The demand for GCAS College’s new educational, collaborative model is growing world-wide. GCAS Centre Sydney responds to the need for this new model—a entirely new way to provide education that breakups the elitist, colonialist model on which education has been based for far too long.
— GCAS College Chancellor, Dr. Creston Davis

GCAS is excited to be preparing for our high-quality, debt-free, collaborative degree programmes in Sydney, Australia. Our BA, MA and PhD degrees will be commencing in September, 2019.

In early December, 2018 we’ll be announcing more information about our centre in Sydney.


Anastasia Nicephore, PhD

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About the Director:

Anastasia Nicéphore completed her Doctor of Philosophy in English at the University of Sydney Australia in 2016, MA in Educational Leadership and Management at the University of London Institute of Education UCL in 2014, MA Research University of Sydney, and BA (Honours) in English at the University of London Goldsmiths College. She is the recipient of the University Postgraduate Awards (UPA) at the University of Sydney (2013-16), and the Nicholas Aroney Prize (2016). She has over twenty years of teaching and supervision experience in literature, literary theory and criticism, philosophy and psychoanalysis, and critical pedagogy and leadership in Australia and Europe.

Her past work examined the complex nature of the diaspora in the twentieth century, with particular foci on lesser distinguished (post)colonial regions. Currently, she is seeking to engage with the aporias and centralities of human consciousness to integrate a single source of origin: the Platωnic Forms. She is editor of Diasporic Identities and Empire: Cultural Contentions and Literary Landscapes (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013), and currently publishing Platωn’s Reality: Baudrillard’s Nostalgia, and Organised Hallucinations. Anastasia is also an academic and research assistant at the School of Arts Literature and Media at the University of Sydney.



Alain Badiou (President of GCAS 2014-2016) speaks about the training of a philosopher.

Th question of Truth