Live

Scheduled and planned talks, with all the details I currently have, include

26 February 2015, 4pm, “Foucault’s Third Course on Governmentality”, Darlington Centre Boardroom, Department of Political Economy/Centre for International Security Studies (CISS), University of Sydney (website; poster)

10 March 2015, 4pm, “Territory from Shakespeare to Geo-politics”, School of Humanities and Languages, John Goodsell 221/223, University of New South Wales (website; poster)

11 March 2015, 10-4pm, “Geopolitics, Geopower, Geometrics”, workshop, Room 101 LAW Building, University of New South Wales (website; poster) – This will look The Birth of Territory in the morning and an unpublished paper in the afternoon. Other participants include Scott Sharpe (ADFA), Ben Golder (UNSW), Charlotte Epstein (USyd); Kal Gulson, Duncan McDui-Ra, Danielle Drozdzewski (UNSW). Workshop is supported by the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, the Environmental Humanities Group and the Biopolitical Studies Research Network at UNSW.

19 March 2015, “The Geophysics of Borders”, Monash-Warwick borders workshop, Institute of Post-colonial Studies, North Melbourne

21-25 April 2015, “The Geophysics of Territory“, in paper session on ‘Terrain’, organised with Gastón Gordillo, Association of American Geographers, Chicago (see line-up for session 1 and 2)

21-25 April 2015, panelist, (Geo)politics of Ebola, Association of American Geographers, Chicago

29 April 2015, talk on the Shakespearean Territories project, Purchase College, State University of New York

3 July 2015, “Earth”, Conceptual History workshop, University of Nottingham

27-28 August 2015, “Terrain, Volume, Drones”, keynote lecture, Power and Space in the Drone Age, Neuchâtel University (abstract here)

11-12 September 2015, Plenary address, Time Served: Discipline and Punish Forty Years On, The Galleries of Justice, Nottingham

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