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Top posts on Progressive Geographies this week

8 Critical Theory books that came out in Feb 2015 – Agamben, Nail, Virno, etc. Judy! – the 1993 Judith Butler fanzine available online Simeon Wade (ed.) Chez Foucault – the 1978 fanzine with a 1976 interview with Foucault Operational … Continue reading

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The Mechanics of Research Production – some interesting writing advice at Daily Nous

The Mechanics of Research Production – some interesting writing discussion and advice at Daily Nous. This isn’t just relevant to philosophy. There are many little everyday steps leading up to the production of a philosophical manuscript. Charles Rathkopf (CUNY) writes in … Continue reading

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Kent Summer School in Critical Theory – 29 June-10 July 2015

The Kent Summer School in Critical Theory (KSSCT) is a rare opportunity for doctoral students and early career researchers to work intensively with a leading critical scholar in their field. Applicants are welcomed from all critical disciplinary perspectives. The school will be held in Paris this summer, 29 … Continue reading

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New Perspectives Interdisciplinary Journal of Central and Eastern European Politics & IR

New Perspectives: Interdisciplinary Journal of Central and Eastern European Politics & International Relations – relaunch of a journal. Flyer and call for papers.

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Radical Philosophy 190 – new issue out

Radical Philosophy 190 – new issue out. Includes a review essay of Negt and Kluge’s History and Obstinacy, among other things.

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Antonio Negri, The hope of the democratic monster, between Syriza and Podemos

Antonio Negri, The hope of the democratic monster, between Syriza and Podemos – thanks to dmfant for the link. “A spectre is haunting Europe”. The Italian newspaper Il Manifesto used this headline a few days ago for its homepage, commenting on the visits of … Continue reading

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Neil Brenner, The urban age in question: towards a new epistemology of the urban – University of Melbourne, 17 March 2015

Neil Brenner, “The urban age in question: towards a new epistemology of the urban”, University of Melbourne, 17 March 2015 – details and registration here. In what sense is the 21st century world urban? In this lecture, Neil Brenner critiques … Continue reading

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