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Evans & Reid, Deleuze and Fascism – now in paperback

Brad Evans and Julian Reid’s collection Deleuze and Fascism: Security, War, Aesthetics is now available in paperback. This edited volume deploys Deleuzian thinking to re-theorize fascism as a mutable problem in changing orders of power relations dependent on hitherto misunderstood social and … Continue reading

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History of Philosophy chart

  Embedded from SuperScholar (via Daily Nous) Update: I shared this because I thought it was interesting, and to clarify I’m not responsible for its content. I’m well aware this is Western, partial, male, white, etc. ‘Contemporary Philosophy’, especially, could have … Continue reading

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A few updates to the Ebola reading list

I’ve made a few updates to the Ebola reading list on this site.

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What if the largest countries had the biggest populations? An interesting new world map

Thanks to Ben Rosamond for this. This might get used in a lecture this week…

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What matters? Materiality and the possibilities of artistic engagement with asylum – Jonathan Darling

Originally posted on Society and Space – Environment and Planning D:
Jonathan Darling’s article, “Another letter from the Home Office: reading the material politics of asylum”, appears in issue 3 of the 2014 volume of Society and Space. Open access until…

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Farewell Kathy Wood; welcome Kiersty Hong

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Kathy Wood After eight years of work on the journal, we bid a fond farewell to Kathy Wood. Kathy works in the research office of Durham University’s Geography department…

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Peter Gordon on Heidegger’s Black Notebooks in the New York Review of Books

Originally posted on Progressive Geographies:
Peter Gordon on Heidegger’s ‘Black Notebooks’ in The New York Review of Books (requires subscription).

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