Monthly Archives: September 2012

Society and Space virtual theme issue on Literary Geographies

10 papers from the archive, open access, on the theme of Literary Geographies. Brief introduction and links to all the papers on the Society and Space open site.

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Heterotopian Studies – now with blog

The Heterotopian Studies site I mentioned a few months back has a blog attached to it – It is extraordinary how this short piece by Foucault, which was not published for almost twenty years, has generated so much interest and … Continue reading

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Originally posted on urbanculturalstudies:
CFP-edited book on Marxism and Urban Culture Submissions are invited for an edited book on Marxism and Urban Culture that has received initial interest from an international publisher known for their strength in Marxian-themed series and…

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Revise and resubmit – what it means and doesn’t mean

Revise and resubmit. This decision from journals has recently been discussed on the New APPS blog, and Peter Gratton has responded here. Here is my take on this – this refers to no specific case, but is the product of … Continue reading

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Right to the City

New book on the right to the city, in Italian and English, with contributions by by Francesca Iovino, Henri Lefebvre, David Harvey, Mark Purcell, Kolektyw Syrena, Marco Deseriis, and Jodi Dean. I got the link from Mark Purcell at Path … Continue reading

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Dark Chemistry reviews Graham Harman, Weird Realism: Lovecraft and Philosophy

Extended review of Weird Realism at the Dark Chemistry blog.

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Richard Seymour – The territorial logic of the capitalist state

Interesting post at Lenin’s Tomb on contemporary politics, states and spaces. Some discussion of Lefebvre, Gregory, Arrighi, and Harvey.

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Originally posted on geographical imaginations:
I started this blog on 10 July with a promise to see how it went: I said I’d been told that blogging wasn’t a distraction but a helpful way of sorting out ideas and opening…

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Antipode book reviews to be open access

Book reviews in Antipode have been made available open access, and all new book reviews will appear on the Antipode Foundation site instead of the print/online journal. More details and links to two recent reviews here. Society and Space has … Continue reading

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AAG letter to Israeli Council of Higher Education

I’m pleased to see that the AAG President, Eric Sheppard, has written on behalf of the association to the Israeli Council of Higher Education about the Ben Gurion University Department of Politics and Government. You can read the letter here. … Continue reading

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