Monthly Archives: December 2011

Being Interdisciplinary

Adrian Ivakhiv has some thoughts on “The joy (& loneliness) of being interdisciplinarian“. I am someone who did a first degree in Politics and Modern history – though taught from a single department of Government – with a PhD from that … Continue reading

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‘Teritorij bez granica’ – ‘Territory without Borders’ in Croatian

One of the speaking invitations I unfortunately had to turn down this year was to speak in Zagreb at the Human Rights film festival.  (You know you are busy when you have to turn down expenses-paid trips to interesting places you’ve … Continue reading

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More on Occupy

this is also a useful collection of links and images

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On the Occupy movement

The Berkeley Journal of Sociology has a whole host of links on the Occupy movement.

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Durham Doctoral Studentships

I mentioned some funding opportunities recently; the Durham Doctoral Studentships – especially useful for those ineligible for the other schemes are now advertised here.

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Marx as writer

Roland Boer shares the preface to his forthcoming book  Criticism of Earth: On Marx, Engels and Theology. Very interesting on Marx’s manner of writing, and the contrasts with Engels.

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Crampton and Elden on Exploring Geopolitics

Over at Exploring Geopolitics, Jeremy Crampton and I are two of the first to offer our thoughts on the year in geopolitics. Jeremy discusses Wikileaks; I say something about the Occupy movement. Saul Cohen offers much more comprehensive thoughts here.

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