“‘Exercises in the History of Ideas’: An Interview with Stuart Elden by Dale Leorke and Suneel Jethani”, Theory, Culture and Society website, 1 June 2015 (full version here)

Space, Knowledge and Power – Guest Podcast by Jeremy Crampton and Stuart Elden at the Ashgate blog, 24 April 2015 (talking about the Space, Knowledge and Power: Foucault and Geography book we co-edited).

A Conversation between Stuart Elden and Babette Babich, 12 May 2014 (video recording)

Thinking the Volume: Subterranean, Atmospheric and Oblique Territories“, with Léopold Lambert, Archipelago, 21 May 2014 (audio recording)

with Jordan SkinnerGroundwork, 28 January 2014

with Peter Sigrist – “Territory and Transgression: A Conversation with Stuart Elden“, Polis, 27 January 2014.

with Leonhardt van Efferink, at the Exploring Geopolitics site (on The Birth of Territory), October 2013

radio interview on The Birth of Territory – with Sean Moncrieff on Newstalk (audio), September 2013

Exploring Security: Discussions with Jane Guyer, Stuart Elden, Russ Castronovo, and Michael Hardt” disClosure: A Journal of Social Theory, Vol. 22, Article 11, 2013.

Geopolitical Passport, at the Exploring Geopolitics website, March 2012.

with Adam Ramadan – audio recording of discussion at Cambridge University Geographical Society, 16 February 2012

with John Protevi, at the New APPS blog, 9 March 2011.

with University of Minnesota Press blog (on Terror and Territory) 14 April 2010.

with Paul Ennis, previously at AHB (no longer available online); reprinted in Post-Continental Voices (available here)

with Leonhardt van Efferink, at the Exploring Geopolitics site (on Terror and Territory), January 2010.

There are also some interviews conducted by me on the Society and Space open site – including Peter Gratton; Susan Ruddick; Jenny EdkinsShiloh KruparGastón GordilloŁukasz Stanek and Michael Watts.

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