Monthly Archives: October 2015

University College London’s Institute of Advanced Studies – visiting fellow scheme, deadline 31 October 2015

As I’ve said here before, for the 2015-16 academic year I am a Senior Research Fellow at University College London’s new Institute of Advanced Studies. As a reminder, the deadline for the first round of applications to have a post here, as a visiting … Continue reading

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Historical Materialism 2015 conference, London, 5-8 November – pre-registration

Reminder: only 6 days left to pre-register for the HM 2015 London Conference The Old is Dying and the New Cannot Be Born: States, Strategies, Socialisms Twelfth Annual Historical Materialism Conference, School of Oriental and African Studies, Central London, 5-8 … Continue reading

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Foucault’s Last Decade – working on the proofs

The proofs for Foucault’s Last Decade have now arrived, so I need to make time to work on them. The Polity webpage for the book is still incomplete, but you can read much more about the book here. I’m also working … Continue reading

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Deleuze, a Split with Foucault (2015)

Originally posted on Foucault News:
Mathias Schönher, Deleuze, a Split with Foucault, Foucault Blog, October 17, 2015 DOI: 10.13095/uzh.fsw.fb.117) Keywords: deleuze | dispositif | philosophy | power | resistance | revolution | society | television INTRODUCTION There was a point in…

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Two US talks in fall 2016 – Spindel conference in Memphis; Early Modern Literary Geographies conference in San Marino

After five talks in November, I will have a nice gap in my schedule of visiting talks. Part of the thinking is that I need some time to write so that I have something new to say… The talks I’ve … Continue reading

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Critical Reflections on Multispatial Metagovernance: video of Bob Jessop’s 2015 Territory, Politics, Governance Lecture

Critical Reflections on Multispatial Metagovernance: video of Bob Jessop’s 2015 Territory, Politics, Governance Lecture

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Harriet Bulkeley, Accomplishing Climate Governance – now out with Cambridge UP

Harriet Bulkeley, Accomplishing Climate Governance – now out with Cambridge University Press. This book provides a new approach to thinking about the politics and geographies of climate governance. It argues that in order to understand the nature and potential of … Continue reading

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Bruno Latour, Face à Gaia – French publication of Gifford lectures to precede English version

Bruno Latour, Face à Gaia – French publication of Gifford lectures to precede English version. All the news at his site.

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How to give a conference paper – some excellent advice to read and share

How to give a conference paper – some excellent advice to read and share from Edward James and Farah Mendlesohn.

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The Scramble for the Poles: Klaus Dodds publishes his new book

Klaus Dodds, Director of the Politics, Development and Sustainability Group and Professor of Geopolitics has just published his latest book, The Scramble for the Poles (Polity 2015). Writing with co-author, Professor Mark Nuttall of the University of Alberta, the book…

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