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Posts in International Development and Public Policy at Warwick

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Radical Philosophy issue 188 out

New issue of Radical Philosophy now out.

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’11 new #HEwords for academics that should be in the dictionary’ from The Times Higher

The Times Higher has ’11 new #HEwords for academics that should be in the dictionary’. Spinpact, Thesaurophile and Fabstract included… Some work best in a UK context, but many are likely to make sense to anyone in academia.

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Khalili on Cowen’s Deadly Life of Logistics

Originally posted on Society and Space – Environment and Planning D:
Laleh Khalili reviews Deb Cowen’s new book The Deadly Life of Logistics: Mapping Violence in Global Trade (University of Minnesota Press, 2014). Deborah Cowen’s The Deadly Life of Logistics is…

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Between Truth and Power: Latour’s Political Philosophy

Originally posted on Pluto Press – Independent Progressive Publishing:
by Graham Harman ‘In Bruno Latour: Reassembling the Political, I claim that Latour’s approach to political theory poses a strong challenge to reigning paradigms in the discipline. Politics since the French…

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Foucault’s Collaborative Projects – some updates

I’ve updated this blog’s page on Foucault’s Collaborative Projects. The page discusses Généalogie du capital; Généalogie des équipements de normalisation; Les machines à guérir; Politiques de l’habitat and Génealogie de la défense sociale en Belgique.

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“Who rules Britain? Another Coalition?”

Originally posted on Politics Reconsidered:
Emeritus Professor Wyn Grant on why Britain is heading for a hung parliament and another coalition.  By Wyn Grant Professor Peter Pulzer once stated ‘Class is the basis of British politics, all else is embellishment…

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