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Volume 32, Issue 4 now out

Originally posted on Society and Space – Environment and Planning D:
Issue 4 is now online. Performing homeland security within the US immigrant detention system 571 – 588 Nancy Hiemstra Citizenship at work in the Israeli periphery: the case of Peri Ha’Galil 589 – 605 Nir Cohen, Meirav…

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Sheila Hones – Literary Geographies: Narrative Space in Let the Great World Spin

Sheila Hones’s book, Literary Geographies: Narrative Space in Let the Great World Spin has just been published by Palgrave.  Combining literary analysis with a practical introduction to interdisciplinary literary geography, Literary Geographies examines key elements of Colum McCann’s 2009 novel, Let … Continue reading

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Seeing resilience like a state – Kevin Grove

Originally posted on Society and Space – Environment and Planning D:
Read Kevin Grove’s photo essay ‘Seeing resilience like a state’ here. He contributed it to this site as a supplement to his article that appears in issue 2 of the…

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Free downloads of articles and chapters

I’ve updated the Free Downloads section of this site, especially the Articles and Chapters part.

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David N. Livingstone, Dealing with Darwin

Thanks to dmfant for the link to this – missed it when published earlier this year. David N. Livingstone, Dealing with Darwin: Place, Politics, and Rhetoric in Religious Engagements with Evolution, Johns Hopkins University Press. Using place, politics, and rhetoric as … Continue reading

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This changes everything: Naomi Klein’s new book on capitalism vs the climate

Originally posted on the anthropo.scene:
Naomi Klein’s new book is set to be released in about a month. It looks interesting, and is already getting buzz after the NY Times piece used her findings to note that the Nature…

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Foucault’s freedom Johanna Oksala interviewed by Richard Marshall.

Originally posted on Foucault News:
Foucault’s freedom, Johanna Oksala interviewed by Richard Marshall, 3:AM Magazine, Friday, August 1st, 2014. Johanna Oksala is a political philosopher who broods on Foucault, thinks that its time people stopped thinking in terms of continental…

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# PALESTINE /// Legal Fictions and Forced Displacement: Pushing Hundreds of Thousands towards the Sea

Originally posted on The Funambulist:
Maps created by Léopold Lambert for The Funambulist (August 3, 2014) / Download a high-quality version of the three maps here (13.2MB) (license: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommerical-ShareAlike 4.0) The horror continues to be perpetuated by the…

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Folgerpedia – a new resource for Shakespeare studies

A resource from the Folger Shakespeare Library – Folgerpedia. Thanks to Ron Sexton for the link.

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Ben Anderson, Encountering Affect now published

Ben Anderson’s Encountering Affect: Capacities, Apparatuses, Conditions has now been published. Unfortunately it’s an expensive hardback only, but Chapter One is available open access. Since the mid-1990s, affect has become central to the social sciences and humanities. Debates abound over how … Continue reading

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