Society and Space book series – Adams, Circulation and Urbanization and Beer, The Data Gaze

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Finally got series editor copies of the two new books in the Society and Space book seriesDavid Beer, The Data Gaze: Capitalism, Power and Perception and Ross Exo Adams, Circulation and Urbanization. Both highly recommended, of course!

More details on the series can be found here. Previously published titles are

Dan Bulley, Migration, Ethics and Power: Spaces Of Hospitality In International Politics

Marcus Doel, Geographies of Violence: Killing Space, Killing Time

Francisco Klauser, Surveillance and Space

Forthcoming titles include:

Shiloh Krupar and Greig Crysler, The Waste Complex: Capital \ Ecology \ Citizenship

Martina Tazzioli, The Making of Migration

Kirsten Simonsen and Lasse Koefoed, Geographies of Embodiment

If you’d like to discuss an idea for the series, please get in contact. While the books are not textbooks, they do need to be suitable for teaching, with a good possibility of adoption. Here’s the series description:

The Society and Space series explores the fascinating relationship between the spatial and the social. Each title draws on a range of modern and historical theories to offer important insights into the key cultural and political topics of our times, including migration, globalisation, race, gender, sexuality and technology. These stimulating and provocative books combine high intellectual standards with contemporary appeal for students of politics, international relations, sociology, philosophy, and human geography.

 

 

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