Monthly Archives: April 2015

Politics, Diaspora, and Armenian Genocide Recognition

Originally posted on Politics Reconsidered:
By Maria Koinova The centennial of the 1915 Armenian genocide has gained global attention during the past month. One hundred years ago on April 24, the Young Turk regime of the collapsing Ottoman Empire started…

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Review of Jerusalem Unbound

Oren Shlomo reviews Michael Dumper’s book Jerusalem Unbound on the Society and Space open site.

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A wet world: rethinking place, territory and time – Kimberley Peters and Philip Steinberg

A stunning photo essay by Philip Steinberg and Kimberley Peters, first presented at the AAG in Chicago, to accompany their recent Society and Space paper – the paper itself is open access for one month.

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Towards a Comprehensive Michel Serres primary bibliography (3): archival material

Originally posted on Christopher Watkin:
Here is the latest instalment of the comprehensive Michel Serres primary bibliography: archival material. Archival material about but not written by Michel Serres is not included in this list, which gives a tantalizing glimpse into…

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Foucault’s Théories et institutions pénales – forthcoming in May 2015

Foucault’s 1971-72 course at the Collège de France, Théories et institutions pénales, is forthcoming in May 2015. This is the last of the courses to be published, though I understand some courses from elsewhere may appear in the future. The … Continue reading

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AAG 2015 Chicago recap and talks I saw

Originally posted on Open Geography:
I talked about some of the sights I saw during last week’s AAG conference in Chicago in an earlier post but here I just want to mention some of the fantastic talks I attended. Quality…

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A map of Paris superimposed on London

A map of Paris superimposed on London, showing how small official Paris actually is… but then going on to show the proposed Metropole du Grand Paris, which will cover the whole urban region and is huge – the article has a good … Continue reading

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Top posts on Progressive Geographies this week

Foucault’s Last Decade – Update 21: a second book on The Birth of Power #AAG2015 in Chicago – a few final thoughts William Davis interview on The Limits of Neoliberalism Edmund White’s memories of Michel Foucault Johanna Oksala on Foucault, … Continue reading

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Foucault against Himself (2015)

Originally posted on Foucault News:
Foucault against Himself By (author) Francois Caillat Translated by David Homel Arsenal Pulp Press Price: $17.95 CAD $17.95 USD ISBN: 9781551526027 EPUB ISBN: 9781551526034 (check your favourite retailer) Availability: Coming soon. For more information contact…

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Lauren Berlant’s Society and Space lecture at the #AAG2015 – forthcoming in the journal

A brief note on Lauren Berlant’s lecture at the AAG, forthcoming in Society and Space.

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