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Top posts on Progressive Geographies this week

Conversation on ‘Powerful Urban Territories’ Forthcoming News of Erik Swyngedouw’s new book. Liquid Power: Contested hydro-modernities in 20th century Spain An alternative map of Africa – reimagining the continent without colonisation Video of my ‘Foucault, Subjectivity and Truth’ lecture at … Continue reading

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Conference: Contested Spaces of Citizenship

Originally posted on Path to the Possible:
Postgraduate Conference CONTESTED SPACES OF CITIZENSHIP Durham University, Department of Geography Wednesday 29 April 2015 Room W007 Keynote speaker: Professor Engin F. Isin Space is at the core of political struggles and contestations.…

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News of Erik Swyngedouw’s new book. Liquid Power: Contested hydro-modernities in 20th century Spain

Originally posted on the anthropo.scene:
An advanced description of Erik Swyngedouw’s new book from the MIT Press website. Looks like the book is due out in the new year at some point: “In this book, Erik Swyngedouw explores how…

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A Fractured Landscape of Modernity reviewed by Elizabeth Straughan

Originally posted on Society and Space – Environment and Planning D:
Elizabeth Straughan reviews James Wilkes’ new book A Fractured Landscape of Modernity: Culture and Conflict in the Isle of Purbeck. The book came out with Palgrave Macmillan earlier on…

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Terra-forming Islands in the South China Sea, or the Future of International Law in the Age of Anthropocene

Originally posted on The Disorder Of Things:
As per our disciplinary formations, IR scholars often indoctrinate instruct their students with the assumption that anarchy is a constant in international relations. The use of the term, however, generally assumes that there…

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Airspace in De Facto States: Remarks on Ukraine Crisis at the New School, 3 October 2014

Originally posted on Critical Geopolitics:
Given the recent helicopter shoot down in Nagorno Karabakh, and the ongoing fighting over Donetsk airport, I’m posting below some remarks I made at the New School conference last month on the Ukrainian crisis. Point…

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