10 years of Progressive Geographies – thanks for reading

I launched this site 10 years ago – both as a blog, but also as a place to share publications, some research resources and other things. I never imagined I’d still be running it a decade later. My focus has changed quite a lot in this time – when I started it I was in the Geography department at Durham, about half-way through a research fellowship working on territory, and for the past seven years I’ve been in Warwick’s Politics and International Studies department. I’ve moved through interests in Foucault, Canguilhem, Shakespeare. terrain and other things in this time. Many thanks for reading.

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7 Responses to 10 years of Progressive Geographies – thanks for reading

  1. subjectobjectsystem says:

    I wish I had found your site earlier! I have been a passive lurker type for the past couple of years, feeding off the content from email alerts – I felt it timely to thank you for creating this space in the first place…I am like *this* close to submitting my doctoral thesis through which I’ve enjoyed a journey of blending Habermas and my beloved Foucault (yes, this *is * possible) to produce an account of power relations within non-institutionalised learning spaces – emphasis on motivations and distortions to communication – so (deep breath), I’ve enjoyed your blog immensely! Long may it continue 🙂

  2. Jean Hillier says:

    Thanks to you, Stuart, for posting. Your blog is always an invaluable source of information and insight. My best wishes for the next 10 years. I will be reading!

  3. dmf says:

    congrats Stuart and thanks for all the insights and links, for all of us now outside of academia these kinds of online resources are a lifeline for thinking and community.

  4. dmf says:

    congrats Stuart and thanks for all the insights and links, for all of us now outside of academia these kinds of online resources are a lifeline for thinking and community.
    -dirk

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