Monthly Archives: May 2012

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Originally posted on Progressive Geographies:
This is really important news in Heidegger studies. The Beiträge zur Philosophie (Vom Ereignis) is coming out in a new translation. It will be out with Indiana University Press in April 2012, with the translation made…

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Peter Sloterdijk in conversation with Nigel Thrift at the Tate

On Saturday 16th June, at the Tate gallery in London - “Spaces of Transformation: Spatialised Immunity”. Peter Sloterdijk’s philosophico-morphological theory is based on an understanding of the history of culture as spatialisations of forms. The world in which we live now requires … Continue reading

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Historical Materialism conference – call for papers

‘Weighs Like a Nightmare’ – Ninth Annual Historical Materialism Conference Central London 8-11 November 2012. Call for papers – deadline 1 June 2012. I’ve been told they are particularly interested in papers from the ‘critical/radical/Marxist geography world’… Has Marx been … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Object-Oriented Philosophy:
If you’re interested, you can read about it in this essay (in English), HERE.

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An editor’s plea

This is extremely familiar… I frowned as I looked up from the computer. Yet another author complaining about the long turn-around. It had been six months since the author submitted his paper to the journal. That does seem like a … Continue reading

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David Harvey: ‘The financial crisis is an urban crisis’

Short video piece on The Guardian website.

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Designing Geopolitics conference

In San Diego this weekend, but with live stream. D:GP is a think-tank focused on how planetary scale computation transforms political geography and models of sovereignty, as seen through the lens of speculative art and design. D:GP collaborates directly with … Continue reading

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Étienne Balibar – Anti-Humanism, and the Question of Philosophical Anthropology

Audio recording of a lecture with response and discussion, here. (Thanks to Sam Kinsley for the link) The controversy opposing “humanism” and “anti-humanism” was especially virulent in the 1960s and 70s in France, involving different tendencies of Phenomenology, Marxism, Structuralism … Continue reading

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Anarchist Geographies – Antipode

following my earlier post, Antipode has the news of a forthcoming theme issue on Anarchist Geographies.

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