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

11-12 September 2015, “Before the Punitive Society: The Inquiry of Théories et institutions pénales”, opening plenary lecture, Time Served: Discipline and Punish Forty Years On, The Galleries of Justice, Nottingham (abstract)

7 October 2015, 1pm, “Territory – Political Technology, Volume, Terrain”, Landscape Urbanism Programme at the Architectural Association, London

3 November 2015, lecture to Sidelights on Shakespeare, University of Warwick

5-8 November 2015, ‘Foucault, Porshnev and the Revolt of the Nu-pieds’, Historical Materialism conference, London (abstract)

25 November 2015, lecture on Shakespeare and Territory, Cambridge University Geographical Society

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