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Political Geography seeks two new associate editors

Political Geography is seeking two new associate editors, to start in January 2016. Political Geography operates in a decentralized manner with each member of the editorial team having full responsibility for her or his queue. Therefore, after being assigned an…

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Historical Materialism 2015 London – call for papers

Historical Materialism 2015 London – call for papers.

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Michel Serres Today: new paper uploaded to academia.edu

Originally posted on Christopher Watkin:
I have just uploaded a paper on Michel Serres to academia.edu. Here is the abstract: This is an expanded version of a paper originally given at the English and Theatre Studies research seminar at Melbourne…

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Reconfiguring global space

Originally posted on geographical imaginations:
In July I’m thrilled to be speaking at Reconfiguring Global Space: the geography, politics and ethics of drone war, to be held at Indiana University – Bloomington, 14-17 July. The other speakers – which explains…

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Representations of space through colours – a request for help

An inquiry from a colleague: How can we think about representations of space through colours? Can people refer recommended sources that examine the use of colours as metaphors for and representations of space? This is not about race – i.e. … Continue reading

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Governing Emergencies workshop – Emergency and Disaster Publics

Originally posted on Governing Emergencies:
We’re pleased to announce details of the second Governing Emergencies workshop on Emergency and Disaster Publics. It will take place in Rotterdam on the 4th and 5th June 2015. For the first day of the workshop, we…

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West Point and the war on Ebola

Originally posted on geographical imaginations:
I’ve taken this map from a Situation Report issued by the World Health Organisation on 6 May, which superimposes new cases of Ebola virus disease (EVD) over total confirmed cases throughout the epidemic in West…

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Adam David Morton on ‘Blogging as Pedagogy’ with the example of Piketty’s Capital at Progress in Political Economy

Adam David Morton on ‘Blogging as Pedagogy‘ at Progress in Political Economy – drawing on his experience of blogging about and teaching Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the Twenty-First Century.

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CFP – A research workshop on discourse analysis, New Materialisms and the ‘practice turn’ in the social sciences, 12 June 2015, University of Warwick

Call for papers: Mind the gap, please! – A research workshop on discourse analysis, New Materialisms and the ‘practice turn’ in the social sciences 12 June 2015, Institute of Advanced Studies, University of Warwick Keynote speaker: Claudia Aradau, King’s College London … Continue reading

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Top posts this week on Progressive Geographies

Foucault’s Last Decade – Update 22: work with the Semiotext(e) archive and manuscript submitted for review Jamin Raskin, “A last interview with French philosopher Michel Foucault”, City Paper – now found and available online Durham 2016-17 IAS fellowships on Scale … Continue reading

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