Monthly Archives: December 2018

Design Agency within Earth Systems (Part 3) – Neil Brenner lecture and Stuart Elden commentary

Design Agency within Earth Systems (Part 3) – Neil Brenner lecture and Stuart Elden commentary. A discussion around the relation between the urban and territory.

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Marcelo Hoffman, Militant Acts: The Role of Investigations in Radical Political Struggles – SUNY Press, Jan 2019

Marcelo Hoffman, Militant Acts: The Role of Investigations in Radical Political Struggles – SUNY Press, January 2019 Offers a history of the role of investigations in radical political struggles from the nineteenth century forward. Militant Acts presents a broad history … Continue reading

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Jenny Bauer and Robert Fischer (eds.) Perspectives on Henri Lefebvre Theory, Practices and (Re)Readings – De Gruyter 2018

Jenny Bauer and Robert Fischer (eds.) Perspectives on Henri Lefebvre Theory, Practices and (Re)Readings, De Gruyter, 2018 The articles take a decidedly interdisciplinary look at the opus of the French philosopher, sociologist and pioneer of spatial analysis Henri Lefebvre (1901-1991). … Continue reading

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Irit Katz, Diana Martin and Claudio Minca (eds.) Camps Revisited: Multifaceted Spatialities of a Modern Political Technology – Rowman 2018

Irit Katz, Diana Martin and Claudio Minca (eds.) Camps Revisited: Multifaceted Spatialities of a Modern Political Technology – Rowman 2018 Facing the current growing global archipelago of encampments, this book project intends to develop a geographical reflection on ‘the camp’, … Continue reading

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Antonis Vradis, Evie Papada, Joe Painter, Anna Papoutsi, New Borders: Hotspots and the European Migration Regime – Pluto 2018

Antonis Vradis, Evie Papada, Joe Painter, Anna Papoutsi, New Borders: Hotspots and the European Migration Regime – Pluto 2018 To many, a border is a geographical fact. But what happens when a border is subject to an emergency? Today, as … Continue reading

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‘Foucault before the History of Madness: lectures, translations, Nietzsche’ – audio recording of Sussex talk

The audio recording of my talk on “Foucault before the History of Madness: lectures, translations, Nietzsche” given at the University of Sussex on 7 December 2018 is available here. Many thanks to Bal Sokhi-Bulley and Anna Gurmucio Ramberg for the … Continue reading

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Books received – Derrida, Agamben, Delaporte, Jordan

Some books in recompense for review work for Stanford University Press – Derrida’s Monolingualism of the Other and Paper Machine; Giorgio Agamben, The Use of Bodies; François Delaporte, Anatomy of the Passions and Mark D. Jordan, Convulsing Bodies: Religion and Resistance in Foucault.

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materiali foucaultiani – new issue (2018)

Originally posted on Foucault News:
? materiali foucaultiani volume VI, number 11-12 (January-December 2017) TABLE OF CONTENTS Le confessioni della carne  (pp. 3-6) Laura Cremonesi, Orazio Irrera, Daniele Lorenzini, Martina Tazzioli FULL ARTICLE Michel Foucault et la subjectivation Introduzione. Soggettivazione e…

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David Beer, The Data Gaze: Capitalism, Power and Perception – Sage 2018 (Society and Space series)

David Beer, The Data Gaze: Capitalism, Power and Perception is now published. This is the latest book in the Sage Society and Space book series, which I edit. A significant new way of understanding contemporary capitalism is to understand the intensification … Continue reading

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Books received – Agamben, Shakespeare, Lecourt, Bataille, Vitale, Zartaloudis, Massey

Giorgio Agamben, Stasis: Civil War as a Political Paradigm; All’s Well That Ends Well (the penultimate volume of the Arden Shakespeare, third series), Dominique Lecourt, Proletarian Science; Georges Bataille, The Absence of Myth; Francisco Vitale, Biodeconstruction: Jacques Derrida and the … Continue reading

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