Monthly Archives: July 2018

Elaine Stratford, Home, Nature, and the Feminine Ideal: Geographies of the Interior and of Empire – Rowman, December 2018

Elaine Stratford, Home, Nature, and the Feminine Ideal: Geographies of the Interior and of Empire – forthcoming in December 2018 from Rowman International. Take three things: the home, nature, and the feminine ideal—a notional and perfected femininity. Constitute them as inexorably and … Continue reading

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Ian Klinke, Cryptic Concrete: : A Subterranean Journey Into Cold War Germany – RGS-IBG book series, April 2018

Ian Klinke, Cryptic Concrete: : A Subterranean Journey Into Cold War Germany – RGS-IBG book series, April 2018 Cryptic Concrete explores bunkered sites in Cold War Germany in order to understand the inner workings of the Cold War state. A … Continue reading

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James A. Tyner, The Politics of Lists: Bureaucracy and Genocide under the Khmer Rouge – West Virginia University Press, September 2018

James A. Tyner, The Politics of Lists: Bureaucracy and Genocide under the Khmer Rouge – West Virginia University Press, September 2018 Scholars from a number of disciplines have, especially since the advent of the war on terror, developed critical perspectives on … Continue reading

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The Doreen Massey Reader and Doreen Massey: Critical Dialogues – Agenda, 2018

The Doreen Massey Reader, edited by Brett Christophers, Rebecca Lave, Jamie Peck, Marion Werner and Doreen Massey: Critical Dialogues, edited by Marion Werner, Jamie Peck, Rebecca Lave, and Brett Christophers, Agenda, 2018 Here’s the description of the Reader: Doreen Massey (1944–2016) changed … Continue reading

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Richard Devetak, Critical International Theory: An Intellectual History – OUP, August 2018

Richard Devetak, Critical International Theory: An Intellectual History – OUP, August 2018 Whether inspired by the Frankfurt School or Antonio Gramsci, the impact of critical theory on the study of international relations has grown considerably since its advent in the … Continue reading

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Verena Erlenbusch-Anderson, Genealogies of Terrorism: Revolution, State Violence, Empire – Columbia University Press, July 2018

Verena Erlenbusch-Anderson, Genealogies of Terrorism: Revolution, State Violence, Empire, Columbia University Press, July 2018. What is terrorism? What ought we to do about it? And why is it wrong? We think we have clear answers to these questions. But acts … Continue reading

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Stuart Elden, ‘Why should people interested in territory read Shakespeare?’ – Territory, Politics, Governance, open access until end of September 2018

Stuart Elden, ‘Why should people interested in territory read Shakespeare?‘ – Territory, Politics, Governance – open access until end of September 2018. I shared this before, but the article is now open access. It’s a short piece which acts as a kind … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the History of Telos, 1968–2018

Originally posted on Foucault News:
Thoughts on the History of Telos, 1968–2018 By Timothy W. Luke, Telos Wednesday, July 11, 2018 On June 8, 2018, Telos celebrated its fiftieth anniversary at a special event held in New York City. Speakers included Telos Press publisher…

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Cycling across borders – Slovenia, Austria, Italy

Just back from a week on holiday in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia. A little hiking but mainly cycling. Kranjska Gora is in the north-west of the country, close to the borders with Italy and Austria. I’ve crossed borders within the Schengen area … Continue reading

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Canguilhem – book for Polity’s Key Contemporary Thinkers series, forthcoming 2019

My study of Georges Canguilhem was resubmitted earlier this month. It’s now been accepted in final form and will appear in Polity’s Key Contemporary Thinkers series in early 2019. As I’ve mentioned before, the book developed out of the work I’ve … Continue reading

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