Progressive Geographies is five years old – but is more than ‘just a blog’

Progressive Geographies is five years old – many thanks for everyone who reads it!

While the blog itself has been important to me as a means of announcing things and linking to books, talks, videos and other material I’ve found interesting, I’ve also been using the site to host a whole range of other material – it’s effectively a personal website as well. I’ve uploaded most of my articles and chapters and linked to a range of other material I’ve written or said, including some of my books. I’ve gathered up most of the online material relating to my 2013 book The Birth of Territory, and used it to provide updates on my forthcoming books on Foucault and a planned book on Shakespeare. I’ve also made a number of ‘resources‘ pages, including material on Kostas Axelos, Peter Sloterdijk, Henri Lefebvre, Ebola, Boko Haram and, especially, Michel Foucault. I hope these are useful.

The blog also sends posts to Twitter @stuartelden and Facebook – Progressive Geographies. Both are automated, rather than manual, and comments or messages sent to me there may not get through. Old-fashioned email remains the best way to contact me.

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2 Responses to Progressive Geographies is five years old – but is more than ‘just a blog’

  1. dmf says:

    happy b-day and thanks for all the good links

  2. Pingback: Top posts on Progressive Geographies this week | Progressive Geographies

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