Category Archives: Wendy Brown

Wendy Brown interview at Critical Legal Thinking

Wendy Brown is interviewed at Critical Legal Thinking about her work and contemporary politics. Thanks to Andrew Burridge for the link. About these ads

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Theory & Event supplement on Occupy

Theory & Event special issue. Open access for three months – papers by Zizek, Wendy Brown, John Protevi, Bill Connolly, McKenzie Wark and others. Thanks to John Protevi for the link.

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Reading at ANU

Since I arrived here I’ve been doing quite a lot of reading, as I am at that interesting stage of a new project where you have a few ideas and begin following promising leads. Some of them, of course, turn … Continue reading

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Democracy in what state?

Interesting looking new book from Columbia UP with a very impressive contributor list – Giorgio Agamben, Alain Badiou, Daniel Bensaïd, Wendy Brown, Jean-Luc Nancy, Jacques Rancière, Kristin Ross, and Slavoj Žižek (via the Continental Philosophy blog). “Is it meaningful to … Continue reading

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Further Reading

More books received recently… Jeppe Strandsbjerg, Territory, Globalisation and International Relations: The Cartographic Reality of Space – I wrote an endorsement for this, and it’s good to see it out. Needless to say it is highly recommended. Nathan Widder, Reflections on … Continue reading

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Wendy Brown – Walled States, Waning Sovereignty

Bit late on this – Wendy Brown’s book Walled States, Waning Sovereignty is now out. I saw some of the material for the book in advance of her lecture at the Open University last year, and it’s well worth a … Continue reading

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Wendy Brown lecture

This happened a while ago, and I knew it was on You Tube, but the Vimeo is better as it is complete instead of in several parts. It’s a lecture by Wendy Brown at Centre for Citizenship, Identities and Governance … Continue reading

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