Secure the Volume: Vertical Geopolitics and the Depth of Power

For the past several days I’ve been writing – and almost as importantly, working with the images for – my lecture for Kentucky. At the moment it looks like it will cover…

Area, Volume, Territory, Boundedness, the Volumetric, Political Technology, Nisha Shah, the Territorial Trap, Peter Sloterdijk, atmoterrorism, Eyal Weizman, the pre-1967 Israel-Jordan border,  the Museum on the Seam, the Israel-Lebanon border at Rosh Hanikra, Settlements, Walls, the Wall, area E1, Hebron, archaeology, Stephen Graham, Derek Gregory, Alison Williams, Peter Adey, Mark Whitehead, Ryan Bishop, Matthew Gandy, William Cronon, Splintering Urbanism, Paul Virilio, Bunker Archaeology, The Function of the Oblique, bunker busting bombs, tunnels, fat, sewage, urban exploration, Bradley Garrett, the tunnels at Rosh Hanikra, the Temple Mount/Haram al-Sharif, Michel Foucault, Paul Rebeyrolle, The Space of the World.

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5 Responses to Secure the Volume: Vertical Geopolitics and the Depth of Power

  1. Are you going to post audio of the lecture? Unfortunately, I have department obligations this weekend, so I can’t make the trip down to Kentucky.

    • stuartelden says:

      Thanks for the interest. I may post the audio, though this is more dependent on images than most talks of mine, so it may not work well. I’ll be giving a version of it at the RGS-IBG as the Political Geography lecture in July, which will come out in the journal, so it will be available in some form fairly soon.

  2. stuartelden says:

    Update: I’ve heard the talk will be videoed, so will post the link when available.

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