Category Archives: Publishing

A copy of Michel Foucault’s Folie et déraison: Histoire de la folie à l’âge classique

It’s fairly well known that there are various editions of Foucault’s first major work – Histoire de la folie à l’âge classique. There is the original 1961 edition: Folie et déraison: Histoire de la folie à l’âge classique, published by Plon and based … Continue reading

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‘The worst piece of peer review I’ve ever received’ – stories in the Times Higher Education

‘The worst piece of peer review I’ve ever received‘ – stories in the Times Higher Education.

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Janae Sholtz, The Invention of a People: Heidegger and Deleuze on Art and the Political – reviewed at NDPR

Janae Sholtz, The Invention of a People: Heidegger and Deleuze on Art and the Political – reviewed at NDPR by Antonio Calcagno. The topic sounds interesting, and the review notes that Sholtz discusses Kostas Axelos’s work as a way of developing Heidegger’s … Continue reading

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Palgrave’s Publishing resources for early career academics

Publishing resources for early career academics from Palgrave – a pdf to download from academia.edu. Thanks to Robert Tally for the link. Focuses on books, with advice on revision from PhD thesis, proposals, glossary of terms, etc. – much of … Continue reading

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The week after completing a book – initial new work on Shakespeare and Foucault

When I finished my first book, Mapping the Present, I remember asking a much more senior academic friend ‘what do I do now?’ His response was clear: ‘Write another one!’ This came back to me this week as I’ve been … Continue reading

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How We Write: Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blank Page – edited by Suzanne Conklin Akbari, forthcoming from Punctum

How We Write: Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blank Page – edited by Suzanne Conklin Akbari, forthcoming from Punctum. This little book arose spontaneously, in the late spring of 2015, when a series of conversations emerged — first in … Continue reading

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Times Higher Education on William Cronon’s British Academy lecture – ‘ Who reads Geography or History anymore?’

The Times Higher Education has a report on William Cronon’s British Academy lecture, Royal Geographical Society, London, on 7 July 2015 – ‘ Who reads Geography or History anymore?‘

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Theory and Other Languages – short article at E-IR

I have a short piece entitled “Theory and Other Languages” at E-IR (open access). This was written on the request for a piece on this topic by Jan Tattenberg. It’s an autobiographical piece about how my work has been conducted … Continue reading

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Foucault’s Last Decade update 24 – other work while waiting for the reports, and the draft cover blurb

This has been the period between submitting the Foucault’s Last Decade manuscript and waiting for reader reports. I’ve largely been doing other things – talks on terrain and urban territory; editing a Lefebvre translation and writing its introduction; writing a … Continue reading

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Geography blogs – a list, and a discussion of ‘why blog?’

Sam Kinsley has compiled a list of Geographers that blog, and followed this with a post questioning their focus, an excerpt of which was: It was a surprise to me how quite a few of those blogs, with some honourable … Continue reading

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