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

Originally posted on rhulgeopolitics:
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…

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