Monthly Archives: March 2012


Now at the University of Kentucky for a few days. The talk is on Friday but lots of other things scheduled beforehand. Already met up with Sue Roberts, Michael Samers and Ted Schatzki. I’ve only ever been through Kentucky before … Continue reading

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Boys Town Redux – Antipode supplement to Society and Space virtual theme issue

Our colleagues at Antipode have put together a supplement to the ‘Boys Town Redux’ virtual theme issue Mary Thomas assembled for the Society and Space open site. A good number of papers – Rosalyn Deutsche, David Harvey, Gerry Pratt, Doreen … Continue reading

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Why is Lefebvre sometimes Lefèbvre?

I’ve just seen this again – where does the spelling Lefèbvre for Henri Lefebvre come from? I have all but three of his books in French, and it’s not on them. His biographer Rémi Hess doesn’t use it. Lefebvre himself … Continue reading

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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, … Continue reading

Posted in Boundaries, Conferences, Derek Gregory, Michel Foucault, Paul Virilio, Politics, Territory, Terror and Territory, The Space of the World | 5 Comments

Kentucky poster

Nice poster for my talk in Kentucky next week – you can see the earlier ones for Michael Hardt and Russ Castronovo, and the series as a whole, here.

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materiali foucaultiani – first issue

Italian journal materiali foucaultiani is now published. The issue has a theme section on ‘Geographies of power: space and heterotopias’. A pdf is available here; you can view it in issuu here. French and English texts are promised for the … Continue reading

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Oliver Belcher blog renamed

You can find it here. A post explaining the name change, focus etc. is here. A brief excerpt: In the spirit of Benjamin, I have decided to narrow the focus of this blog to the nexus between “nature,” science, technology, … Continue reading

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Millennium conference – date correction

Please note the date 20-21 October 2012 is correct – not as previously advertised.

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Typology of Scholars

Roland Boer’s Typology of Scholars – an informal series on the types of people you might meet or work with in a University, now has a page that gathers the entries to date.

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Neither Capitalism nor Communism, but Decolonization: An Interview with Walter Mignolo

At Critical Legal Thinking

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