Category Archives: Claude Raffestin

Society and Space new issue

A new issue of Society and Space is now out – includes a theme section of essays on the Swiss geographer Claude Raffestin, edited by Francisco Klauser. Full table of contents here. About these ads

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Borderscapes III

Interesting conference in Trieste next year – details here. Invited speakers include John Agnew, Arjun Appadurai, Luiza Bialasiewicz, Franco Farinelli, Vladimir Kolossov, Virginie Mamadouh, Julian Minghi, John O’Loughlin and Claude Raffestin.

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Territoriality workshop day 2

Four more very interesting papers today. I was particularly struck by the paper by Claudio Minca that situated Raffestin within debates in Italian geography. Although Raffestin is Swiss, he publishes in Italian (as well as French) and has played an … Continue reading

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Territoriality workshop day 1

End of the first day of the Territoriality/Raffestin workshop. Papers by Alec Murphy, myself, Jean Ruegg, Mike Heffernan and Juliet Fall. There was also a discussion session led by Elena dell’Agnese around three pieces of Raffestin’s work. The workshop was … Continue reading

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Publishing workshop

Back in Durham for three days. Yesterday, Alec Murphy from the University of Oregon and I led a workshop on publishing for early-career researchers. The idea was that as editors of journals, Alec and I could offer some insight and … Continue reading

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