Monthly Archives: July 2018

CFP: The Body Productive – conference about capitalism, work and the body Birkbeck, University of London, 8th December 2018

THE BODY PRODUCTIVE a one-day conference about capitalism, work and the body Birkbeck, University of London // 8th December 2018 http://www.thebodyproductive.com // twitter: @productivebody How are bodies produced under capitalism? How, in turn, does capitalism make bodies productive? How is … Continue reading

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2018 London Critical Theory Summer School debate recording – with David Harvey, Esther Leslie, Jacqueline Rose and Lynne Segal

2018 London Critical Theory Summer School debate recording The Birkbeck Institute for the Humanities’ annual London Critical Theory Summer School is taking place over two weeks from 25th June – 6th July 2018. At the end of each week the internationally … Continue reading

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Why Marx’s Capital Still Matters: An Interview with David Harvey in Jacobin

Why Marx’s Capital Still Matters: An Interview with David Harvey in Jacobin

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Organisational Space and Beyond: The Significance of Henri Lefebvre for Organisation Studies – new edited collection

Organisational Space and Beyond: The Significance of Henri Lefebvre for Organisation Studies, edited by Karen Dale, Sytze F. Kingma, Varda Wasserman Through the focus on organizational space, using the reception and significance of the seminal work on the subject by sociologist Henri Lefebvre, … Continue reading

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Interview with Dylan Trigg at Figure/Ground

Interview with Dylan Trigg at Figure/Ground Here’s the first question and answer: How did you decide to become a university professor? Was it a conscious choice? Like many people working in academia, accidents and errors have become more valuable than conscious … Continue reading

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James D. Boys, Clinton’s War on Terror: Redefining US Security Strategy, 1993-2001 – now out and Introduction

James D. Boys, Clinton’s War on Terror: Redefining US Security Strategy, 1993-2001 – now out with Lynne Rienner. The Introduction is available open access In the aftermath of the catastrophic attacks of September 11, 2001, President Bill Clinton’s time in office was … Continue reading

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Foucault, La Sexualité – 1964 course from Clermont-Ferrand scheduled for October 2018

The publication of Foucault’s courses from the 1950s and 1960s has been planned for some time, and now his 1964 course from Clermont-Ferrand La sexualité is listed as forthcoming in October 2018. Limited details at the moment, but here are the listings … Continue reading

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Shakespearean Territories (forthcoming Oct 2018, University of Chicago Press) – endorsements and description

Three very generous endorsements of Shakespearean Territories – from a philosopher, geographer and literary theorist. The book is forthcoming in October 2018 from University of Chicago Press and is available to preorder from usual outlets. “Shakespearean Territories is a truly groundbreaking volume … Continue reading

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Verso Radical Thinkers set 16 – Therborn, Bloch, Benner, Heller

Verso Radical Thinkers set 16 – Göran Therborn, From Marxism to Post-Marxism? Ernst Bloch, On Karl Marx Erica Benner, Really Existing Nationalisms Agnes Heller, The Theory of Need in Marx 

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Thanasis Lagios, Vasia Lekka and Grigoris Panoutsopoulos, Borders, Bodies and Narratives of Crisis in Europe,

Thanasis Lagios, Vasia Lekka and Grigoris Panoutsopoulos, Borders, Bodies and Narratives of Crisis in Europe, now published with Palgrave Pivot. This book addresses two interrelated discourses of crisis in contemporary Europe: the migrant crisis vs. the economic crisis. The chapters … Continue reading

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