Monthly Archives: September 2013

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Figureground moves home, and interviews Latour.

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In good company – Agamben, Badiou, Negri, Amin, Harvey, Flusser, Elden

Critical Theory’s seven books that came out in September.

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The New York Times redraws borders in the Arabian peninsula

The New York Times (via The Afternoon Map).

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Review of the ‘two Princes’

Originally posted on ANTHEM:
Nigel Clark’s review of Prince of Networks: Bruno Latour and Metaphysics and The Prince and the Wolf: Latour and Harman at the LSE in the August 2013 issue of Contemporary Political Theory [PDF].

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Books received

Two books for the Foucault project – a collection of pieces on the first volume of the History of Sexuality, and the only other volume of Les Vies Parallèles series Foucault initiated (the first was the Herculine Barbin memoir); David Harvey’s A … Continue reading

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My review of Mark Purcell, The Down-Deep Delight of Democracy

My review of Mark Purcell, The Down-Deep Delight of Democracy has now been published in Global Discourse (requires subscription). A limited number of downloads are available here. If that expires, please let me know if you’d like a copy.

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New reviews – Spatial Politics, Red Tape, Spaces of Contention, and Raum

Originally posted on
As September draws to a close we have four new book reviews (one of which considers a non-English-language title – please do get in touch if you’d like to review a book from beyond the…

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Three new forthcoming papers – tourist photography, residual China, and geologic life

Three new Society and Space papers available online.

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Of relations and rights : interview with Luce Irigaray

via Continental Philosophy.

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Is it worth writing textbooks?

Originally posted on Thinking culture:
A few times recently I’ve heard some discussion of textbook writing. The underlying question always seems to be whether or not it is worth writing a textbook. You can understand the hesitation. The barriers are…

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