Category Archives: Travel

Completing other tasks – returning to the Foucault’s Last Decade project

Over the past few months I’ve taken a break from the Foucault work, due to other commitments. Some of these were related to The Birth of Territory. One was an author response to ‘critics’ from the session on the book at the Association of American … Continue reading

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Shakespeare on the road – project update

Paul Edmondson has an update on the Shakespeare on the Road project. I spoke at the workshop concerning this project last year. Here’s a brief description of the project: Fasten your seatbelts and join us as we celebrate William Shakespeare’s 450th … Continue reading

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Archipelago/Funambulist Conversation between Léopold Lambert and Stuart Elden on Territory and Volume

I’ve linked to content on Archipelago – the podcast companion site to Léopold Lambert’s The Funambulist – before. This time it’s a discussion with me, conducted at the CUSP offices in New York, and mainly discussing my 2013 article “Secure the … Continue reading

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Seen from the Window – the view from my NYC apartment

I’m staying on East 12th Street (corner of Broadway) for the next few weeks. I am right opposite Strand Books… There is a grill over the window, hence the somewhat murky image.

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‘Territory and Transgression: A Conversation with Stuart Elden’ @thepolisblog

A long interview with me, conducted by Peter Sigrist, has just been published at Polis. It covers most of my current and past interests, including territory, Lefebvre, Foucault, Sloterdijk, Heidegger, politics,  my time in Israel/Palestine, publishing, literature and film… Many … Continue reading

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In Melbourne, visiting Monash University

I’m spending the next several weeks in Melbourne, visiting Monash University as part of the Monash-Warwick alliance. As anyone following the tennis will know, it’s extremely hot here at the moment. But I’m finding libraries and offices to work in, … Continue reading

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Cycling Mont Ventoux

I took a few days off recently, to go to Provence for three days of cycling with a friend from the Geography department at Durham, John Thompson. We stayed in Bédoin and did a 45 mile ride the first day as a … Continue reading

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International Scholar post with Al-Quds Bard Honors College renewed

I’ve had my post as International Scholar with Al-Quds Bard Honors College, Al-Quds University renewed for the 2013-14 academic year. This is part of the Academic Fellowship program of the Open Society Institute in Budapest. I’ll be working again with two early-career Palestinian academics, … Continue reading

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The Golan Heights

Another fascinating trip on my recent visit to Israel was into the Golan Heights with political geographer Nimrod Luz. The Golan was captured by Israel from Syria in 1967, and very nearly lost in 1973. Israel annexed it in 1981, … Continue reading

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Cycling the Sea of Galilee

One of the things I did on my recent trip to Israel was to cycle round the Sea of Galilee. A cycle-path is being developed around much of this, but there are some parts where you need to use the … Continue reading

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