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Top posts on Progressive Geographies this week

A wet world: rethinking place, territory and time – Kimberley Peters and Philip Steinberg ’12 Critical Theory books that came out in April’ from critical-theory.com Where to start with reading Peter Sloterdijk? Progressive Geographies is five years old – but … Continue reading

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Towards a Comprehensive Michel Serres primary bibliography (6a): audio and video (with links)

Originally posted on Christopher Watkin:
This part of the bibliography lists Serres’ film and television appearances, as well as those videos freely available on the web in which he features (see all the Serres bibliography posts together on this page).…

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’12 Critical Theory books that came out in April’ from critical-theory.com

’12 Critical Theory books that came out in April’ from critical-theory.com – books by the Invisible Committee, Meillassoux, Ross, Wark, Thacker…

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A few reflections on the AAG

Originally posted on rhulgeopolitics:
I recently got back from the AAG and thought I would share a few reflections on my time in Chicago. Having never been to an AAG conference, I was slightly surprised by the scale of it.…

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Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (1809-1865): Anarchism and Geography- Federico Ferretti

Originally posted on Society and space:
The following essay is a supplement to Federico Ferretti’s “Anarchism, geohistory, and the Annales: rethinking Elisée Reclus’s influence on Lucien Febvre” that appears in issue 2 of the 2015 volume of Environment and Planning D: Society…

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Space, Knowledge and Power – Guest Podcast by Jeremy Crampton and Stuart Elden

Originally posted on Ashgate Publishing Blog:
Posted by Emily Ferro, Marketing Coordinator Space, Knowledge and Power: Foucault and Geography by Jeremy Crampton and Stuart Elden has been chosen by our editors as having played a significant part in the building…

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Progressive Geographies is five years old – but is more than ‘just a blog’

Progressive Geographies is five years old – many thanks for everyone who reads it! While the blog itself has been important to me as a means of announcing things and linking to books, talks, videos and other material I’ve found … Continue reading

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Towards a Comprehensive Michel Serres primary bibliography (5): interviews

Originally posted on Christopher Watkin:
This list does not include audio and video interviews, which will appear in a future installment. There are one or two interviews featuring in other bibliographies that I do not include in this list, because 1) they…

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Routledge Series on Radical Politics and History

Originally posted on Path to the Possible:
Routledge is currently looking for book proposals to be included in a new book series, Routledge Studies in Radical History and Politics. The series has two areas of interest. Firstly, it aims to publish…

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Video: David Harvey’s Seventeen Contradictions and the End of Capitalism (AAG 2015)

Originally posted on My Desiring-Machines:
stuartelden:Video of the discussion of David Harvey’s Seventeen Contradictions… at the Chicago AAG. Originally posted on My Desiring-Machines: View original

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