Category Archives: Antonio Negri

9 Critical Theory Books That Came Out in February from Critical-Theory.com

9 Critical Theory Books That Came Out in February from Critical-Theory.com - Althusser, Negri, Miller, Bartlett/Clemens/Roffe, Constantinou, Butler, Braun, Losurdo, Epstein. About these ads

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Campbell and Sitze, Biopolitics: A Reader – introduction available online

This looks a useful resource – Timothy Campbell and Adam Sitze, Biopolitics; A Reader. The introduction is available online here. This anthology collects the texts that defined the concept of biopolitics, which has become so significant throughout the humanities and social … Continue reading

Posted in Alain Badiou, Antonio Negri, Gilles Deleuze, Giorgio Agamben, Jacques Rancière, Michael Hardt, Michel Foucault, Paolo Virno, Peter Sloterdijk, Slavoj Zizek | Leave a comment

In good company – Agamben, Badiou, Negri, Amin, Harvey, Flusser, Elden

Critical Theory’s seven books that came out in September.

Posted in Alain Badiou, Antonio Negri, Books, David Harvey, Giorgio Agamben, The Birth of Territory | 2 Comments

Spheres Of Action – edited by Alliez and Osborne

Spheres Of Action: Art and Politics, edited by Éric Alliez and Peter Osborne, recently out with MIT Press. Contemporary art is increasingly part of a wider network of cultural practices, related through a common set of references in cultural theory. … Continue reading

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Mark Purcell, The Down-Deep Delight of Democracy

Mark Purcell’s new book, The Down-Deep Delight of Democracy, is now available to pre-order. It has very positive endorsements from Peter Marcuse and Susan Fainstein. The book uses Lefebvre, among others, to think about politics, the urban and democracy. Mark … Continue reading

Posted in Antonio Gramsci, Antonio Negri, Books, Felix Guattari, Gilles Deleuze, Henri Lefebvre, Jacques Rancière, Michael Hardt, Politics, urban/urbanisation | 3 Comments

Negri on Agamben, Opus Dei

Antonio Negri discusses Agamben’s Opus Dei, and his work more generally (via Peter Gratton and AUFS).

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Hardt and Negri declaration

This is not a mani­festo. Mani­fes­tos provide a glimpse of a world to come and also call into being the sub­ject, who although now only a specter must mater­i­al­ize to become the agent of change. Mani­fes­tos work like the ancient … Continue reading

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