Monthly Archives: April 2010

Redrawing the map of Europe?

A suggestion here. I can imagine this being the beginning of a good seminar discussion

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why Middlesex philosophy matters to me…

These are not exhaustive reasons, but… they organise great conferences and workshops; my PhD supervisor did his PhD there; they are one of few places in the UK where you can study European/’continental’ philosophy, and certainly one of the best; … Continue reading

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Middlesex Philosophy

Many people will have heard the dreadful news that Middlesex University is planning to close its entire philosophy programme – undergraduate, a successful MA course, and its PhD programme. There is a facebook group here –!/group.php?gid=119102561449990 A petition here … Continue reading

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Most recent publications…

A piece in the journal Progress in Human Geography, entitled ‘Land, Terrain, Territory’, that is basically a shortened version of the introduction to the book I am writing – A review essay in Political Geography on three recent books … Continue reading

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