Monthly Archives: April 2016

Teaching Fellow in International Security at University of Warwick

A Teaching Fellow in International Security post is available at the University of Warwick – details  here. Full-time, 2 year Fixed Term Contract from June 2016 or as soon as possible thereafter. You will be joining one of the UK’s … Continue reading

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Books received – Salter, Carrigan, Rossi, Chandler & Reid, and Shakespeare

A pile of recently received books – Mark Salter’s Making Things International 2, Mark Carrigan’s Social Media for Academics, Andrea Rossi’s The Labour of Subjectivity, David Chandler & Julian Reid’s The Neoliberal Subject, and three second-hand books for the Shakespeare work. The … Continue reading

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Quarante ans de Surveiller et punir (2016)

Originally posted on Foucault News:
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Elizabeth Povinelli: New Book on Geontopower

Originally posted on the anthropo.scene:
Elizabeth Povinelli has a new book forthcoming with Duke, details here. The write up on the book is below, followed by a recent presentation on “Toxic Sovereignties in Late Settler Liberalism” from last October.…

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Foucault: The Birth of Power Update 14 – receiving the reader reports, and working on Farge and Foucault, Le désordre des familles

I now have the two reader reports on Foucault: The Birth of Power, which are overwhelmingly positive about the manuscript. But I still have a bit of work to do revising it. I aim to complete the revisions in the … Continue reading

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Environment, Climate Change and International Relations – ebook from E-IR

Environment, Climate Change and International Relations – an E-IR Edited Collection. Edited by Gustavo Sosa-Nunez & Ed Atkins. To state that climate change and environment issues are important to International Relations is an understatement. Mitigation and adaptation debates, strategies and mechanisms … Continue reading

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Hamlet: three productions and three texts

I’ve now seen Hamlet five times in the last year, and three times in the last five weeks. Last year I saw Peter Sarsgaard in New York and Benedict Cumberbatch at the Barbican in London (my thoughts here and here). … Continue reading

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Inaugural Issue of Continental Thought and Theory is now out | An und für sich

Originally posted on PHILOSOPHY IN A TIME OF ERROR:
Via An un für sich, the inaugural issue of the new journal Continental Thought and Theory, edited by Mike Grimshaw and Cindy Zeiher, is available. Contributors include Thomas J.J. Altizer, Adam…

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A weekend of Shakespeare – the Globe-to-Globe Hamlet and Kings of War

Most people will have noticed, especially those in the UK, that last weekend was a celebration of the work of Shakespeare – 400 years since his death (and 452 since his birth if the dates do indeed coincide). Many thanks for all … Continue reading

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Peter Sloterdijk, Spheres III: Foams – forthcoming in September 2016

The third and final volume of Peter Sloterdijk’s Spheres, Foams, is forthcoming in September 2016 from Semiotext(e). Foams completes Peter Sloterdijk’s celebrated Spheres trilogy: his 2,500-page “grand narrative” retelling of the history of humanity, as related through the anthropological concept of the “Sphere.” For … Continue reading

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