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Althusser et. al. – Reading Capital: The Complete Edition forthcoming from Verso

It’s only taken fifty years, but Louis Althusser, Etienne Balibar, Roger Establet, Pierre Macherey, and Jacques Rancière’s Reading Capital: The Complete Edition is forthcoming from Verso. Originally published in 1965, Reading Capital is a landmark of French thought and radical theory, which sought to reconstruct Western Marxism … Continue reading

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Durham Institute of Advanced Study – 2016-17 fellowships on Scale theme

Durham’s Institute of Advanced Study has advertised the 2016-17 fellowships on its Scale theme with a closing date of 5 June 2015 – more details here.

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Foucault and the legacy of the prisons information group (GIP) (2015)

Originally posted on Foucault News:
PDF of flyer DePaul University Humanities Center & the Department of Philosophy Foucault and the legacy of the prisons information group (GIP) MAY 8th, 2015 Richardson Library 115 2350 N. Kenmore Chicago, IL 60614 Scholars…

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Keith Hoskins, “What about the box?” Some thoughts on the possibility of ‘corruption prevention’, and of ‘the disciplined and ethical subject’

Keith Hoskins, “What about the box?” Some thoughts on the possibility of ‘corruption prevention’, and of ‘the disciplined and ethical subject’, Critical Perspectives on Accounting. Available open access here.

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Henri Lefebvre, La pensée marxiste et la ville – forthcoming in translation

I’ve previously said that Lefebvre’s Métaphilosophie will appear in English translation in 2016 with Verso. Another translation will also appear next year – La pensée marxiste et la ville, with University of Minnesota Press. This follows from their previous publications of his work – The … Continue reading

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Towards a Comprehensive Michel Serres primary bibliography (2): prefaces, edited books and book chapters

Originally posted on Christopher Watkin:
Here is the second instalment of the comprehensive Michel Serres primary bibliography: prefaces, edited books and book chapters/sections. As before, if you spot a mistake or an omission please let me know and I will…

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Sessions on Ebola and Terrain at the AAG 

I was part of a session on the geopolitics of Ebola at the Association of American Geographers earlier this week. Annoyingly, the AAG scheduled this at 8am on the first day of the conference – hardly an appropriate time for … Continue reading

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Lauren Berlant Society and Space lecture at the AAG

Originally posted on Society and space:
A reminder that Professor Lauren Berlant will give the Society and Space lecture at the AAG meeting in Chicago. It’s TODAY, Friday, April 24th from 3:20 PM – 5:00 PM in Grand E/F, Hyatt, East…

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Étienne Balibar, Violence and Civility: On the Limits of Political Philosophy

Étienne Balibar, Violence and Civility: On the Limits of Political Philosophy, translated by G. M. Goshgarian   In this impassioned argument, Étienne Balibar boldly confronts the insidious causes of violence, racism, nationalism, and ethnic cleansing worldwide. Through a novel synthesis of theory and empirical … Continue reading

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Towards a Comprehensive Michel Serres primary bibliography (1): single-authored and co-written books

Originally posted on Christopher Watkin:
I’m continuing work on the Michel Serres project and am currently compiling a primary bibliography,  filmography, and list of TV appearances. Blimey, he’s written a lot! I have synthesized the bibliographies provided by Steven Connor,…

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