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

16 September 2014, “Urban Territory”, Urban Theory Lab, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University

17 September 2014, book launch event on Henri Lefebvre, Toward an Architecture of Enjoyment, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University

18 September 2014, “Iraq and Nigeria: Crises of Territorial Integrity”, keynote to Identity, Sovereignty, and Global Politics in the Building of Baghdad: From Revolution through the Gulf War and Beyond, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University

23 September 2014, “Globe, Governmentality, Geometrics”, 5pm, Groningen lecture on Modes of Reasoning – poster

24 September 2014, morning seminar at Groningen

12 November 2014, “Foucault, Subjectivity and Truth”, University of Nottingham Centre for Critical Theory lecture, Nottingham Contemporary

18 November 2014, “Urban Territory”, Conversations on Power and Space in the City, The Bartlett, University College London (co-sponsored by the Open University’s Open Space)

24 November 2014, “Geopolitics, Geopower, Geometrics”, New Developments in Theory lecture, Department of English, Universität Basel – flyer

25 November 2014, “Space, Territory, Literature”, Kompetenzzentrum Kulturelle Topographien workshop, Universität Basel – flyer

27-28 November 2014, Contested Political Spaces workshop at Warwick – poster and website


The workshop Reflections on Foucault’s Lectures: Biopolitics, Govermentality and the Cultural Fix at University of Warwick has been postponed – date to be advised

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