Monthly Archives: March 2018

Heidegger and his Politics at Philosophy Now

Originally posted on PHILOSOPHY IN A TIME OF ERROR:
A nice round-up of Heidegger scholars on what to make of The Black Notebooks and the relation of his politics to his fundamental ontology. Each thinker contributed but a paragraph or two…

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Books received – Mitchell, Delaporte, Malpas

Two books by François Delaporte – Figures of Medicine and Chagas Disease -and two books I mentioned earlier – Jeff Malpas, Place and Experience A Philosophical Topography, second edition and Katharyne Mitchell, Making Workers: Radical Geographies of Education. At the moment … Continue reading

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It’s that time again… proofreading Shakespearean Territories

Last stage of my work for Shakespearean Territories – the book will be published in October 2018 by University of Chicago Press.

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The History of Political Thought in the Age of Ideologies, 1789-1989 – Queen Mary, 31 May-1 June 2018

The History of Political Thought in the Age of Ideologies, 1789-1989 – Queen Mary, 31 May-1 June 2018. Free but registration required. Historians of political ideas since the late 1960s have advocated focussing on authorial intentions instead of tracing the … Continue reading

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Jeff Malpas, Place and Experience A Philosophical Topography, second edition now published

Jeff Malpas, Place and Experience A Philosophical Topography, second edition now published. The first edition of Place and Experience established Jeff Malpas as one of the leading philosophers and thinkers of place and space and provided a creative and refreshing … Continue reading

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Katharyne Mitchell, Making Workers: Radical Geographies of Education – now out with Pluto

Katharyne Mitchell, Making Workers: Radical Geographies of Education – now out with Pluto books. As globalisation transforms the organisation of society, so too is its impact felt in the classroom. Katharyne Mitchell argues that schools are spaces in which neoliberal … Continue reading

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Books received – Delaporte, Lecourt, Ginestier, Eribon, Lichnerowicz, Perroux and Gadoffre

Some second-hand books for the Canguilhem and Foucault work

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Three really interesting looking books from Routledge – but three completely obscene prices

Three really interesting looking books from Routledge – but three completely obscene prices. Karen Morin, Carceral Space, Prisoners and Animals – £105 or £76.50 e-book Carceral Space, Prisoners and Animals explores resonances across human and nonhuman carceral geographies. The work … Continue reading

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Louis Althusser, Écrits sur l’histoire – now out with PUF

Louis Althusser, Écrits sur l’histoire (1963-1985) – now out with PUF Quatrième volume de l’entreprise de publication systématique des livres et textes inédits de Louis Althusser, établie par G. M. Goshgarian sur la base des manuscrits du fonds Althusser recueilli à … Continue reading

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The Meaning of Light: Seeing and Being on the Battlefield

Originally posted on Linguistic Geographies:
I haven’t always written about algorithms and digital capitalism, but I have previously used poetry as a lens through which to expose the politics and asymmetries of technology and space. The Meaning of Light: Seeing…

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