Monthly Archives: January 2020

‘Territory without Borders’ – my 2011 piece translated into Turkish by Utku Özmakas

‘Territory without Borders‘ – my short 2011 piece published in the Harvard International Review has been translated into Turkish by Utku Özmakas. Many thanks to Utku for doing this translation – and for alerting me and the journal that the … Continue reading

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Michel Foucault, Binswanger et l’analyse existentielle, edited by Elisabetta Basso – EHESS/Gallimard/Seuil, April 2020

Michel Foucault, Binswanger et l’analyse existentielle, edited by Elisabetta Basso – EHESS/Gallimard/Seuil, forthcoming April 2020. Nothing on the publisher sites yet, but it is listed in online bookstores. More details when available. This is a substantial text by Foucault which … Continue reading

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Post-Kantian Philosophy at Warwick – audio and video; conference on 5-6 June 2020

Post-Kantian Philosophy at Warwick – audio and video recordings Daniele Lorenzini, Simon Critchley, Keith-Ansell Pearson, Stephen Houlgate, Miguel de Beistegui and others. More details on the Centre here. The Centre’s conference this year is on 5-6 June 2020 – call … Continue reading

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Andrew Bozio, Thinking Through Place on the Early Modern English Stage – OUP (Early Modern Literary Geographies), 2020

Andrew Bozio, Thinking Through Place on the Early Modern English Stage, OUP, 2020 – part of the Early Modern Literary Geographies series. Thinking Through Place on the Early Modern English Stage argues that environment and embodied thought continually shaped one … Continue reading

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In the Trenches of History – an ARTE/rbb documentary on Ernst Jünger from 2019, German with English subtitles

In the Trenches of History – an ARTE/rbb documentary on Ernst Jünger from 2019, German with English subtitles

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Books received – Pelluchon, Eddé, Alarm Phone, Farrell Krell, Hoffmann, Miller, Jullien, Dumézil

Books received – Corine Pelluchon, Nourishment: A Philosophy of the Political Body; Dominique Eddé, Edward Said: His Thought as a Novel; 5 Years of Alarm Phone (also available as a free download); David Farrell Krell, The Sea: A Philosophical Encounter; Marcelo Hoffmann, Militant … Continue reading

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The North American Arctic: Themes in Regional Security, edited by Dwayne Ryan Menezes and Heather N. Nicol, UCL Press, 2019 (free download)

The North American Arctic: Themes in Regional Security, edited by Dwayne Ryan Menezes and Heather N. Nicol, UCL Press, 2019 (free download) The North American Arctic addresses the emergence of a new security relationship within the North American North. It focuses … Continue reading

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The Early Foucault Update 29 – Paris, Tübingen and a book on the 1960s

Since the last update on the writing of this book a couple of months ago, I’ve been continuing work on this manuscript. Some of this was following up on things that I discovered when in Switzerland in November, especially relating to … Continue reading

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‘Writing Nomos Otherwise? Appropriation in the Anthropocene’, 3 Feb 2020, University of Westminster

‘Writing Nomos Otherwise? Appropriation in the Anthropocene’, 3 Feb 2020, University of Westminster. Tickets and details here.

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Marxist Summer School, Kasos, Greece, June 28-July 11 2020

Marxist Summer School, Kasos, Greece, June 28-July 11 2020 – further details here The Institute for the Radical Imagination is pleased to announce the creation of the Marxist Summer School, to be held yearly. For 2020, the Summer School will … Continue reading

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