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Tips for finishing a PhD from The Guardian

These tips from The Guardian are good, and many apply to writing books too. About these ads

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Neoliberalism and/as Terror: Critical Studies on Terrorism Annual Conference 2014

Neoliberalism and/as Terror: Critical Studies on Terrorism Annual Conference, Nottingham, 15-16 September 2014. Keynotes from Richard Jackson and Mark Neocleous. Full details here.

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‘Hellenistic Ethics from Nietzsche to Foucault’ – Warwick, 25-27 September 2014

Prospects for an Ethics of Self-Cultivation: Hellenistic Ethics from Nietzsche to Foucault, University of Warwick, 25-27 September 2014 – full details here Philosophical interest in the ethical ideal of self-cultivation has increased in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries as philosophers have … Continue reading

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Feeling the Anthropocene: Air, Rock, Flesh – Edinburgh, 28 Nov 2014

Feeling the Anthropocene: Air, Rock, Flesh Symposium: University of Edinburgh 11:00-17:00 Friday 28 November 2014 Not only has the Earth become sensitive to the activities of humans, or rather certain strata of humanity, but increasingly, ways of life­—human and more-than-human … Continue reading

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Further details of Harvard events on Baghdad and Lefebvre now available

I’ll be speaking at two events at Harvard next month. Details of the conference “Identity, Sovereignty, and Global Politics in the Building of Baghdad: From Revolution through the Gulf War and Beyond” are available here; and of the book launch event … Continue reading

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Laleh Khalili – A Habit of Destruction

Originally posted on Society and Space – Environment and Planning D:
As a follow-up to the virtual theme issue on Israel-Palestine that we posted last week, we have asked a number of scholars/ activists to contribute related postings. This powerful…

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Everyday utopias and dystopias

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Two new titles are reviewed on the Open Site: ? First is Davina Cooper’s new book  Everyday Utopias: The Conceptual Life of Promising Spaces, reviewed by Gerda Roelvink (Duke University Press,…

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