Monthly Archives: May 2018

Goldsmiths Annual Philosophy Lecture – Alienation & Freedom: Frantz Fanon – 1 June 2018, 4pm

Goldsmiths Annual Philosophy Lecture – Alienation & Freedom: Frantz Fanon – 1 June 2018, 4pm – free, but registration required Jean Khalfa and Robert J.C. Young give the first Goldsmiths Annual Philosophy Lecture, on the hitherto unpublished and unavailable works … Continue reading

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April Update (a bit late…)

Originally posted on Ancient Noise:
April just flew by! It was filled with various different and competing projects, including publication editing, manuscript writing and applications… as well as too many hours on the bike. Here is my review of the…

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Place, Space, and Hermeneutics (ed. Bruce Janz)

Originally posted on PHILOSOPHY IN A TIME OF ERROR:
Reviewed here at Phenomenological Reviews. I contributed a chapter on Lefebvre (trying to make connections between his own thinking of place and Heidegger’s work in particular), but the whole collection is chockful…

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Miguel de Beistegui interview with 3am – Who are we today? Foucault: Proust: Deleuze

Miguel de Beistegui interview with 3am – Who are we today? Foucault: Proust: Deleuze Miguel de Beistegui specialises in 20th century German and French philosophy, and has published books and articles in the following areas: ontology, metaphysics, aesthetics, ethics and politics. … Continue reading

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Antipode Foundation Scholar-Activist Project and International Workshop Awards – application deadline 31 May 2018

Antipode Foundation Scholar-Activist Project and International Workshop Awards – application deadline 31 May 2018 – full details here. As many will know, Antipode: A Radical Journal of Geography is owned by the Antipode Foundation, a charity registered here in the UK. The … Continue reading

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Andreas Bieler and Adam David Morton, Global Capitalism, Global War, Global Crisis – now out with Cambridge

Originally posted on Progressive Geographies:
Andreas Bieler and Adam David Morton, Global Capitalism, Global War, Global Crisis – now out with Cambridge University Press This book assesses the forces of social struggle shaping the past and present of the global…

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Job Vacancy: Assistant Professor in Political Theory at University of Warwick

Applications are invited for an indefinite Assistant Professorship in Political Theory in the Department of Politics and International Studies (PAIS) at the University of Warwick. The position is open with respect to specialism within political theory, but preference will be … Continue reading

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Things to do and check when putting together a book or thesis manuscript

This is my list of things I do when pulling together a long manuscript like a book, often from separate files. I tend to delay pulling the separate chapters into a single file or two until quite late, as editing … Continue reading

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Franco Farinelli, Blinding Polyphemus: Geography and the Models of the World

Franco Farinelli, Blinding Polyphemus: Geography and the Models of the World, translated by Christina Chalmers and in Seagull Books Italian list. This appeared over a year ago, but I didn’t realise this was in English until Alberto Toscano kindly gave me … Continue reading

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William Davies, Nervous States: How Feeling Took Over the World – forthcoming in September 2018 with Penguin

William Davies, Nervous States: How Feeling Took Over the World In this age of emotional political conflict, there is less and less to agree upon. Experts are no longer respected as impartial; public debate is reduced to attack and counter-attack; … Continue reading

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