Monthly Archives: October 2016

Books received – Foucault, Hollis, Rudwick, Maier

Charles Maier’s Once Within Borders: Territories of Power, Wealth, and Belonging since 1500,  Martin Rudwick’s Earth’s Deep History, Gavin Hollis, The Absence of America: The London Stage 1576-1642 and two by Foucault – the recent reedition of his essay Sept propos … Continue reading

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Interview with Sylvère Lotringer in Purple Magazine

Interview with Sylvère Lotringer about Semiotext(e), his quite amazing networks, and his background in Purple Magazine.

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Urban Environments Research Network website now live

The Urban Environments Research Network website is now live: Cities are made from stone and glass, concrete and brick. City streets present a succession of shapes, signs and populations. As an assemblage, the city’s built qualities are the most readily … Continue reading

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The Arts of Spinoza + Pacific Spinoza, Auckland, 26-28 May 2017

The Arts of Spinoza + Pacific Spinoza Interstices Under Construction symposium, 26-28 May 2017 Auckland University of Technology and University of Auckland, New Zealand Plenaries / keynotes include: Moira Gatens, Challis Professor of Philosophy, University of Sydney Michael LeBuffe, Baier Chair, Early Modern … Continue reading

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Emma Rice and Shakespeare’s “Globe’s future artistic direction”

Emma Rice became the artistic director of Shakespeare’s Globe in April 2016. Just six months later the theatre has issued a statement on ‘the Globe’s future artistic direction‘. The summary is that Rice will leave the post after two years. … Continue reading

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Complete audio recordings of the Early Modern Literary Geographies conference

The complete audio recordings of the  Early Modern Literary Geographies conference are now  available on Soundcloud and iTunes. They include a better recording of my talk on ‘Denmark, Norway, Poland: Regional Geopolitics in Hamlet‘, and talks by Tiffany Stern, Andrew McRae, Julia Reinhard Lupton, Mary Floyd-Wilson and … Continue reading

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Network of Concerned Geographers – petition about US geography and the military

Network of Concerned Geographers – I’ve just signed this letter and hope others do too. We, the undersigned, the Network of Concerned Geographers (NCG), are concerned about the growing involvement of the US military in the discipline of geography. The … Continue reading

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1967 + 50: The Age of Grammatology « London Graduate School

Originally posted on PHILOSOPHY IN A TIME OF ERROR:
This conference will be good: 1967 + 50: The Age of Grammatology « London Graduate School

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Westminster Law and the Senses – Taste, Smell and Touch

Westminster Law and the Senses – Taste, Smell and Touch – all available to download as pdfs. The series is dedicated to the study of law and the senses, aiming to reflect critically on how law deals with senses, how … Continue reading

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Giving Life to Politics – conference on work of Adriana Cavarero, Brighton, 19-21 June 2017

Giving Life to Politics – conference on work of Adriana Cavarero Date and Venue: 19th-21st June 2017, Centre for Applied Philosophy, Politics and Ethics, University of Brighton Keynote speakers: Adriana Cavarero, Judith Butler, Bonnie Honig Deadline for abstract submission: 28th … Continue reading

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