Monthly Archives: August 2013

Videos of the talks from the event on ‘Neoliberalism, Crisis and the World System’

Originally posted on Thinking culture:
There are now a series of videos available of the talks from the recent event on ‘Neoliberalism, Crisis and the World System’. The event was organised by my colleagues Nick Gane and Clair Westall. It…

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Explore Everything: Talk with Bradley L. Garrett and Will Self

October 02, 2013, The Barbican (via the Verso blog) Explore Everything: Talk with Bradley L. Garrett and Will Self Part of the Urban Wandering – Film and the London Landscape season at the Barbican Plotting expeditions from London, Paris, Berlin, Detroit, … Continue reading

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Allan Sekula obituary by Phil Steinberg

Phil Steinberg’s obituary of Allan Sekula.

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The Geopolitics of King Lear – pdf available

My article ‘The Geopolitics of King Lear: Territory, Land, Earth’ has now been published in Law and Literature, Vol 25 No 2, pp. 147-65. You can download the article freely here. I’m impressed by the way the University of California Press allow … Continue reading

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Resources page

While the Free Downloads page is the place to go for online content by me (articles, interviews, audio, video and reading lists), there is also a Resources page with links to the Boko Haram bibliography, translations of short texts by Foucault … Continue reading

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Grégoire Chamayou bibliography

Derek Gregory points to an excellent bibliography of works by and on Grégoire Chamayou. Derek’s series of posts on Chamayou continues – see posts seven, eight and nine.

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Foucault and Habermas on Kant, Modernity, and Enlightenment (The Debate that Never Was, Part IV)

Originally posted on Persistent Enlightenment:
The aim of my series of posts on the so-called “Foucault/Habermas Debate” has been to move the focus away from the discussion of the differences in their general approaches and return it to the more…

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The World Broken Down into Maps

Some interesting, partial, controversial maps of the world. Many would be good to begin discussions – I particularly like the one of Geopolitical Anomalies.

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Aernout Mik and the Culture of Speculative Security

Marieke de Goede discusses Aernout Mik and the culture of speculative security at the Society and Space open site.

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Open access philosophy books

Critical Theory links to five open access philosophy books that are worth reading. Three will be familiar to regular readers of this blog, but Penumbr(a) – a collection of essays from the journal Umbr(a) – and Immersion Into Noise are not ones I’ve linked to … Continue reading

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