Talks in Sydney on Foucault, Territory, Shakespeare and Geopolitics in February and March

I’ll be talking about and discussing aspects of most of my current and recent work in Sydney in late February and mid-March.

2015 - Elden-low res26 February, 4pm, “Foucault’s Third Course on Governmentality”, Darlington Centre Boardroom, Department of Political Economy/Centre for International Security Studies (CISS), University of Sydney (websiteposter)

 

Territory from Shakespeare to Geo-politics10 March 2015, 4pm, “Territory from Shakespeare to Geo-politics”, School of Humanities and Languages, John Goodsell 221/223, University of New South Wales (websiteposter)

 

Geometric Workshop11 March 2015, 10-4pm, “Geopolitics, Geopower, Geometrics”, workshop, Room 101 LAW Building, University of New South Wales (websiteposter) – This will look The Birth of Territory in the morning and an unpublished paper in the afternoon. Workshop is supported by the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, the Environmental Humanities Group and the Biopolitical Studies Research Network at UNSW.

Many thanks to Adam David Morton and Matt Kearnes for arranging these visits. I’ll post further details when available. Details of all future talks are here.

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