Monthly Archives: June 2013

Marie-Eve Morin’s book on Jean-Luc Nancy reviewed

At NDPR by Christopher Watkin. Advertisements

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Radical Philosophy 180 out

Radical Philosophy 180, July/August 2013 Martin Marinos, `Hugo Chavez and Populist Leadership’ Alberto Toscano, `Politics in a Tragic Key’ David Cunningham, `Deadwood and the Historiography of Capitalism’ Simon Morgan Wortham, `The Nietzschean Origins of Lazzarato’s Indebted Man’ J’annine Jobling, `Gillian Howe, … Continue reading

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Geography Speaks reviewed by Michael Glass

new review at the Society and Space open site

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Ron Johnston on Robert Kaplan

Ron Johnston’s devastating review of Robert Kaplan’s The Revenge of Geography is now available in the new AAG Review of Books – one of their two open access samples of this new journal.

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Intervention – ‘Whose City? The Parasites’, of course…’

Originally posted on AntipodeFoundation.org:
by Andy Merrifield In 1970, the English sociologist Ray Pahl published a collection of essays under a simple yet disarming title, Whose City? The question was more original than it sounded, even if its answer…

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Iraq body count info-graphic for Media Lens poll

Counting body counts at the Pluto Press blog. There is something wrong about reducing all those lives lost to a number, summed and calcuated, and then represented like this. But the ignorance of the likely scale of deaths is doubtless … Continue reading

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Marijn Nieuwenhuis: Terror in the Air in Istanbul

A new piece at the Society and Space open site using Sloterdijk’s work to think about the use of tear gas in Turkey.

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Issue 3 Out

Society and Space new issue out

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new e-journal: Literary Geographies

Originally posted on literary geographies:
A new open-access e-journal Literary Geographies is under construction: Literary Geographies is an interdisciplinary open-access e-journal designed to support and encourage collaboration in the area of literary/geographical studies. Set up in response to the rapid…

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Jeremy Crampton – The Costs of Security

Excellent commentary on recent events from Jeremy Crampton at the Society and Space open site.

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