Category Archives: Doreen Massey

After Neoliberalism? The Kilburn Manifesto

Stuart Hall, Doreen Massey and Michael Rustin launch the Kilburn Manifesto. Stuart Hall explains the purpose in The Guardian; and the first chapter can be downloaded here. Although the neoliberal economic settlement is unravelling, its  political underpinning remains largely unchallenged. … Continue reading

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Spatial Politics – essays for Doreen Massey book and event

Clive Barnett at Pop Theory has the news of a launch event for the collection Spatial Politics: essays for Doreen Massey, edited by Dave Featherstone and Joe Painter. The details of the event can be found here.

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Geographers on Leibniz – a question

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Boys Town Redux – Antipode supplement to Society and Space virtual theme issue

Our colleagues at Antipode have put together a supplement to the ‘Boys Town Redux’ virtual theme issue Mary Thomas assembled for the Society and Space open site. A good number of papers – Rosalyn Deutsche, David Harvey, Gerry Pratt, Doreen … Continue reading

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Boys Town Redux – Society and Space virtual theme issue

Mary Thomas has put together a virtual theme issue of Society and Space, with 12 papers from the archive made open access for a limited time and an introduction. The inspiration is the twentieth anniversary of Rosalyn Deutsche’s critique of … Continue reading

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Doreen Massey at Occupy London

A report on her speech here.

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Ambitious Geography Books

I was thinking today about books by geographers, written in the last thirty years or so, that would stand as real testaments to what the discipline is about or what it can do. By this I’m meaning something other than … Continue reading

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Alexander von Humboldt lecture

I’ve been asked to give one of the Alexander von Humboldt lectures at the Radboud University of Nijmegen in September 2010. I’m really pleased to accept this. The theme is on Making European Space(s). They’ve had some really interesting people … Continue reading

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