Category Archives: Publishing

Andrew Barry, “Geography and Other Disciplines” – discussion of genealogy and the canon

Andrew Barry has a very interesting new essay published, “Geography and Other Disciplines” – a discussion of geography and the canon. There is also an introduction to the theme issue of which this is part by Richard Powell [update: corrected from … Continue reading

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Gatherings: The Heidegger Circle Annual – special issue on the Black Notebooks

Gatherings: The Heidegger Circle Annual – special issue on the – Black Notebooks. Contents at above link, or download whole issue as pdf.   

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#AAG2015 in Chicago – a few final thoughts

Very enjoyable conference in Chicago over the last several days. I’ve said a bit about the two sessions I spoke in – on Ebola and terrain – before. It was a good conference, with some excellent papers. A particular highlight was … Continue reading

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Henri Lefebvre, La pensée marxiste et la ville – forthcoming in translation

I’ve previously said that Lefebvre’s Métaphilosophie will appear in English translation in 2016 with Verso. Another translation will also appear next year – La pensée marxiste et la ville, with University of Minnesota Press. This follows from their previous publications of his work – The … Continue reading

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Foucault’s Last Decade – Update 21: a second book on The Birth of Power

There have been some major changes to the project since the last update. I’ve held back this post until the situation was clearer. When I initially proposed the Foucault’s Last Decade book to Polity, it was to have an opening … Continue reading

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An interview with radical publisher François Maspero (1932-2015): ‘A few misunderstandings’

In commemoration of the death of author and publisher François Maspero, who passed away on Saturday, April 11 at the age of 83. Verso presents this translated interview with the founder of Éditions Maspero, the publishing house which has served as … Continue reading

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Heidegger, National Socialism and the editing of the Gesamtausgabe

The Daily Nous reported a story about the editing of the Heidegger Gesamtausgabe a few days ago. The initial story was that some things – politically highly charged – had been deleted or changed in the editing of the texts. … Continue reading

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Princeton University Library Acquires Jacques Derrida’s Personal Library

Princeton University Library Acquires Jacques Derrida’s Personal Library – news story here. The Princeton University Library is very pleased to announce the acquisition of the personal working library of Jacques Derrida… Derrida’s library, consisting of about 13,800 published books and … Continue reading

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Society and Space open access highlight papers updated

The ‘highlights’ section of the Environment and Planning D: Society and Space website has been updated. Several recent papers are now available open access – including pieces by Giorgio Agamben, Henri Lefebvre, Bruce Braun, Melissa Wright, Katharyne Mitchell, Sarah Elwood, Matthew Gandy…

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Judith Butler bibliography online

When Praxis Becomes Unbearable – a bibliography of Judith Butler’s work. I am sharing this with whoever cares in the work of this philosopher and in this sort of research endeavor. This is all the work of Judith Butler I … Continue reading

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