Monthly Archives: November 2018

Cities and colonialism – Royal Academy, 3 December 2018, 6.30pm

Cities and colonialism: The Space of Colonialism – Royal Academy, 3 December 2018, 6.30pm – with Ana Naomi de Sousa, Aya Nasser, Yara Sharif and Léopold Lambert, How have the urban spaces of Lisbon, Cairo and Jerusalem been shaped by colonialism? Join … Continue reading

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Dawn Lyon, What is Rhythmanalysis? – Bloomsbury, November 2018

Dawn Lyon, What is Rhythmanalysis? – Bloomsbury, November 2018 In recent years, there has been growing interest in Henri Lefebvre’s posthumously published volume, Rhythmanalysis. For Lefebvre and subsequent scholars, rhythmanalysis is a research strategy which offers a means of thinking … Continue reading

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Books received – Hollier, Bataille, Monk, Coleman & Agnew, Wahl

Denis Hollier, Le Collège de Sociologie; Georges Bataille, Choix de Lettres, 1917-1962; the first volume of Ray Monk’s life of Bertrand Russell, the new Theory, Culture & Society, the Handbook on the Geographies of Power, edited by Mat Coleman and … Continue reading

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Nancy Luxon (ed.), Archives of Infamy: Foucault on State Power in the Lives of Ordinary Citizens – U Minnesota Press, 2019

Nancy Luxon (ed.), Archives of Infamy: Foucault on State Power in the Lives of Ordinary Citizens – University of Minnesota Press, 2019 Expanding the insights of Arlette Farge and Michel Foucault’s Disorderly Families into policing, public order, (in)justice, and daily … Continue reading

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CFP: Political Matters: Spatial Thinking of the Alternative – 18-19 July 2019, Auckland, NZ

Interstices Under Construction Symposium: 18 – 19th July 2019, Auckland, New Zealand University of Auckland & Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand Abstracts will be assessed by an academic committee appointed by the symposium organisers and then be subject to a … Continue reading

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Foucault at Warwick – seminar on 13 November 2018 with Miguel de Beistegui, Claudia Stein, Daniele Lorenzini, Claire Blencoe and Federico Testa

Foucault at Warwick – seminar on 13 November 2018 with Miguel de Beistegui, Claudia Stein, Daniele Lorenzini and Claire Blencoe. Unfortunately this clashes with my MA class, so I’ll only be there for the first few minutes.

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David Harvey with Laura Flanders, lecture and discussion, October 2018

David Harvey with Laura Flanders – via davidharvey.org    

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Adrian Ivakhiv on Bruno Latour, Down to Earth: Politics in the New Climatic Regime (and the New York Times piece)

Adrian Ivakhiv on Bruno Latour, Down to Earth: Politics in the New Climatic Regime at his Immanence blog – Latour’s Terrestrial Project. Adrian links to The New York Times piece on Latour, which I should have linked to earlier.  

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Programme announced – 3rd International Conference for Carceral Geography

Originally posted on carceral geography:
The programme for the 3rd International Conference for Carceral Geography, to be held at the University Liverpool, 17-18 December 2018, has been finalised, and is available here. ? Registration for the conference is open via…

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Conferencing the International: Spaces of Modern Internationalism – 18-19 Dec 2018, Royal Geographical Society, London

Conferencing the International: Spaces of Modern Internationalism 18-19 December 2018, Royal Geographical Society, London Over two days at the RGS, an interdisciplinary selection of expert speakers will discuss the nature of international conferences and the role that conferences have played … Continue reading

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