Category Archives: John Agnew

AAG program online – breakfast with The Birth of Territory

The Tampa 2014 Association of American Geographers conference program is now online. Someone has to have the 8am on Saturday slot, and this year it’s the author meets critics session for The Birth of Territory. I’m also in a panel discussing … Continue reading

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John Agnew review of Stephen Legg (ed.) Spatiality, Sovereignty and Carl Schmitt

John Agnew reviews Stephen Legg (ed.) Spatiality, Sovereignty and Carl Schmitt: Geographies of the Nomos in Progress in Human Geography – here (requires subscription).

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The Birth of Territory endorsements

As The Birth of Territory inches towards publication, the University of Chicago Press page now has three endorsements for the book. Neil Brenner, Harvard University “Stuart Elden has written a pathbreaking book on a foundational concept in modern political and … Continue reading

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International Political Sociology virtual theme issue on Territorialities, Spaces, Geographies

International Political Sociology has just put together an open access virtual theme issue on Territorialities, Spaces, Geographies – including papers by Nisha Shah, John Agnew, Neil Brenner and me, and Nick Vaughan-Williams: This special issue presents a selection of work at … Continue reading

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The Birth of Territory – University of Chicago Press page and preorder

The University of Chicago Press page for my book The Birth of Territory is now up with the description, an endorsement from John Agnew, and the table of contents. It will be available in cloth and paperback simultaneously. The paperback is $30, which … Continue reading

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