Monthly Archives: May 2017

Translation of ‘Territory without Borders’ in Iran’s Shargh Daily

My 2011 short essay ‘Territory without Borders‘, which originally appeared in the Harvard International Review, has been translated for the May 28, 2017 issue of the Iranian paper Shargh Daily. My thanks to Sahand Sattari for making the translation. In 2015 he … Continue reading

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Two million views of Progressive Geographies

According to WordPress, there have now been just over two million views of Progressive Geographies since the blog started in 2010. The map below shows the geographical spread this month. Many thanks to everyone for reading.

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Workshop Report from Territory in Indeterminate and Changing Environments (Amsterdam, May 2017)

My report on the ICE-LAW workshop on Territory in Indeterminate and Changing Environments, held in Amsterdam on 12 May 2017 is now available on the project website.

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“The early Foucault and the politics of European intellectual history” – Amsterdam, 31 May 2017

Tomorrow in Amsterdam I’m giving a lecture on my research on the early Foucault: Public Lecture: Prof. Stuart Elden (University of Warwick), “The early Foucault and the politics of European intellectual history” Time: Wednesday 31 May, 17.00-19.00, UvA University Library, … Continue reading

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Intervention Symposium: “Algorithmic Governance”; organised by Jeremy Crampton and Andrea Miller

Originally posted on
The following essays first came together at the 2016 AAG Annual Meeting in San Francisco. Jeremy Crampton (Professor of Geography at the University of Kentucky) and Andrea Miller (PhD candidate at University of California, Davis) assembled five panellists to discuss what…

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Derek Gregory, ‘Bombs, Bunkers and Borders’ – first update on Syria

Derek Gregory has a new post up entitled ‘Bombs, Bunkers and Borders‘. Important, though disturbing, reading. Here is the first of a series of updates on Syria, this one identifying recent work on attacks on hospitals and health care which … Continue reading

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An Interview with Elizabeth Grosz (2017)

Originally posted on Foucault News:
An Interview with Elizabeth Grosz, Theory Culture and Society, 22 May 2017 The Incorporeal’: An Interview with Elizabeth Grosz Elizabeth Grosz & Vikki Bell March 2017 VB: Many congratulations on the publication of your new…

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Farge and Foucault, Disorderly Families reviewed in the TLS (and discussed in podcast)

Originally posted on Progressive Geographies:
Arlette Farge and Michel Foucault, Disorderly Families: Infamous letters from the Bastille archives (edited by Nancy Luxon, translated by Thomas Scott-Railton) reviewed in the TLS: ‘Would you mind imprisoning my wife?‘ by Biancamaria Fontana. Update: it is…

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2017 General Election Reading List – All books 50% off!

Originally posted on The Pluto Press Blog – Independent, radical publishing:
It is 2017 and for radicals we are finally seeing a candidate that we could vote for. Within our reach is the end of austerity, the restoration of the…

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New issue of CEE New Perspectives now out

New issue of CEE New Perspectives now out. The editorial, the Zinaić article and the Russia and the World intervention are open access. 1. Editorial: Waiting for the Dark, Waiting for the Light – Benjamin Tallis2. Twilight of the Proletariat: Reading Critical Balkanology as … Continue reading

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