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Video of my Groningen Lecture on Modes of Reasoning – ‘Globe, Governmentality, Geometrics’

This is the video recording of my Groningen Lecture on Modes of Reasoning – ‘Globe, Governmentality, Geometrics’. More details about the lectures and the videos of the previous lecture from Mick Dillon here. Thanks to Luis Lobo-Guerrero for the invitation and chairing the … Continue reading

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Posts in International Development and Public Policy at Warwick

Assistant or Associate Professor of International Development Assistant or Associate Professor of Public Policy

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Critical Spaces: Disorienting the Topological, 5 Jan 2015, Kingston University

Critical Spaces: Disorienting the Topological, 5 Jan 2015, Kingston University

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Engaging Foucault Conference – December 5-7, 2014, University of Belgrade

Engaging Foucault Conference – December 5-7, 2014, University of Belgrade

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Viewpoint Magazine on The State – includes Toscano, Cowan, Bensaïd and more

Viewpoint Magazine issue 4 is out, including pieces by Alberto Toscano on Lefebvre and logistics, Deborah Cowen, Jodi Dean, Nina Power, San­dro Mez­zadra and Brett Neilson, and Daniel Bensaïd. All available open access.

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Radio Benjamin – Walter Benjamin’s radio transcripts

Walter Benjamin was fascinated by the impact of new technology on culture, an interest that extended beyond his renowned critical essays. From 1927 to ’33, he wrote and presented something in the region of eighty broadcasts using the new medium … Continue reading

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New issue of Dialogues in Human Geography – forum on The Birth of Territory and discussion of John Agnew’s AAG lecture

The new issue of Dialogues in Human Geography contains two short pieces by me. The first is in the discussion forum of John Agnew’s Dialogues in Human Geography lecture from the AAG earlier this year. As well as John’s lecture it contains … Continue reading

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