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“Through A Window” application of Rhythmanalysis at SFU

Originally posted on Society for Radical Geography, Spatial Theory, and Everyday Life:
An exhibit at Simon Fraser University is exploring the application of Lefebvre’s rhythmanalysis in art! “Curated by Melanie O’Brian and Amy Kazymerchyk, Through A Window traces the history…

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New Society and Space editors – Alex Vasudevan and Darshan Vigneswaran

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In June, we announced the sad Society and Space news that long-time editor of the journal, Stuart Elden, had stepped down. Today, we have happier news as two new editors join our editorial collective: Alex Vasudevan and…

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Jeffrey Jerome Cohen’s next projects – “Earth” and “Veer Ecology”

Jeffrey Jerome Cohen’s next projects – “Earth” and “Veer Ecology” – details at In the Middle. When we return from Oregon I have a semester of leave to enjoy, so I will not be in the classroom for a while … Continue reading

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The Funambulist Magazine Launch at e-flux – audio recordings of the presentations and a few photographs

The Funambulist Magazine Launch at e-flux – audio recordings of the presentations and a few photographs. We happily launched The Funambulist Magazine on August 13 at e-flux (New York) in the presence of several dozens of friends and intrigued readers. Following are a few photographs, as … Continue reading

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New Series – Cultural Geographies: Rewriting the Earth

Originally posted on Ashgate Publishing Blog:
Posted by Katy Crossan, Senior Commissioning Editor Ashgate is delighted to announce the launch of a new series, Cultural Geographies: Rewriting the Earth, with series editors Paul Kingsbury (Simon Fraser University, Canada) and Arun…

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Discards, Diverse Economies, and Degrowth Forum By Josh Lepawsky and Max Liboiron

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Photograph: Max Liboiron Discards, Diverse Economies, and Degrowth Since the last economic recession, discussions about how to reimagine ecologically and socially just economies have proliferated. A recent conversation at the 2015 American Association of…

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Michel Foucault à Münsterlingen: À l’origine de l’Histoire de la folie – forthcoming in November 2015

Michel Foucault à Münsterlingen: À l’origine de l’Histoire de la folie – an intriguing collection of texts, photographs, correspondence and commentaries on Foucault in 1954 is forthcoming in November 2015. It revolves around a visit Foucault made to a Swiss clinic … Continue reading

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Foucault’s posthumous publications – review in Inside Higher Education, and some corrections

Two volumes of Foucault’s posthumous publications are reviewed in Inside Higher Education by Scott McLemee. The review looks at Speech Begins After Death and  Language, Madness and Desire, both published by University of Minnesota Press. The review doesn’t say very much at all about … Continue reading

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Feature on Terror and Territory (interview, review and profile) in Iran’s Shargh Daily

There is a full-page feature on my 2009 book Terror and Territory in Iran’s Shargh Daily newspaper. It was put together by Sahand Sattari, and includes a translation of an interview with Exploring Geopolitics, a review of the book, and a short profile of my background, publications and current … Continue reading

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Hannah Arendt’s marginalia to Heidegger’s Being and Time

Enowning shares the news from Bard College: The marginalia in Hannah Arendt copy of Being and Time. Just a few underlinings. More here. The disappointment, apart from the very few traces, is that this is of Being and Time in the Macquarrie and Robinson translation, … Continue reading

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