Monthly Archives: November 2012

Originally posted on Thinking culture:
I’ve mentioned here before the debate about open access publishing that has been going in the the pages of the journal Political Geography. I’m fortunate to have a piece in the debate, which is proving…

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Originally posted on Biblioklept:
One evening at a remote provincial college through which I happened to be jogging on a protracted lecture tour, I suggested a little quiz—ten definitions of a reader, and from these ten the students had to…

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Between Deleuze and Foucault flyer

The conference I mentioned a few days ago has a flyer available here, with a new take on an iconic image.

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Shakespearean Territories in Oxford – audio available

I’ve posted the audio recording of my talk to the 1887 Society, Mansfield College, University of Oxford from earlier this week. The first 18 minutes discuss my work on territory and the Shakespeare project in more general terms; the example in the … Continue reading

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The Daily Routines of Famous Writers

Some of these are in other lists, but some good quotes from writers about how they get things done (via Peter Gratton).

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The Guardian’s Books of the Year

2012’s Books of the Year, in The Guardian. Contributors include Adichie, Armitage, Byatt, Franzen, Paxman and Žižek. Ideas for Christmas or New Year reading, especially as some of these will be out in paperback soon. (The list of 2011 books is … Continue reading

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The National Theatre of Wales’s production of Coriolan/us is the subject of a symposium at the University of Aberystwyth. Wish I could be there, given how much I like the play and how important it is for my current work. … Continue reading

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Hegel’s Political Philosophy

Thom Brook’s book Hegel’s Political Philosophy: A Systematic Introduction is online. A second edition is forthcoming (via The Brooks blog).

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Alphonso Lingis interview at Figure/Ground Communication

Fascinating interview here. I don’t believe this paragraph though: For me, being a university professor is not even work. All you do is go to the campus maybe 6 or 8 hours a week and talk about books that you … Continue reading

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Daniel W. Smith, Essays on Deleuze

Daniel W. Smith’s Essays on Deleuze is reviewed by Keith Ansell-Pearson at NDPR.

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