Monthly Archives: November 2020

Daniela Vellega-Neu, Heidegger’s Poietic Writings: From Contributions to Philosophy to the Event – Indiana University Press, 2018, discussed at New Books Network

Daniela Vellega-Neu, Heidegger’s Poietic Writings: From Contributions to Philosophy to the Event – Indiana University Press, 2018, discussed at New Books Network with Stephen Dozeman. Scholarship on the German philosopher Martin Heidegger has traditionally focused on his magnum opus Being and Time and related … Continue reading

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Claude Lévi-Strauss on writing (1977)

Although I am going to talk about what I have written, my books and papers are so on, unfortunately I forget what I have written practically as soon as it is finished. There is probably going to be some trouble … Continue reading

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Walter Benjamin, Toward the Critique of Violence: A Critical Edition, edited by Peter Fenves and Julia Ng – Stanford University Press, June 2021

Walter Benjamin, Toward the Critique of Violence: A Critical Edition, edited by Peter Fenves and Julia Ng – Stanford University Press, June 2021 Marking the centenary of Walter Benjamin’s immensely influential essay, “Toward the Critique of Violence,” this critical edition … Continue reading

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Books received – Aron, Hyppolite, Nietzsche, Saussure, Nora, Benveniste, Butler, Sirinelli

Some new and second-hand books for the Foucault work and related projects.

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Marcos Saquet, Approaches and conceptions of territory – Platão, 2020

Marcos Saquet, Approaches and conceptions of territory – Platão, 2020 An English translation of a book originally published in Portuguese – description is in Portuguese below. Este texto publicado originalmente em língua portuguesa (2007) está sendo preparado para a 5ª. … Continue reading

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The Deleuze Seminars – Data Rescue

I’ve mentioned the Deleuze Seminars project before – an online resource gathering recordings, transcriptions and translations of his teaching work. This kind of work is very valuable, but relies on source material. I know from my work on Foucault that … Continue reading

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David Storey (ed.), A Research Agenda for Territory and Territoriality – Elgar, 2020

David Storey (ed.), A Research Agenda for Territory and Territoriality – Edward Elgar, 2020 Just an expensive hardback at present, but Introduction and front matter open access here. Elgar Research Agendas outline the future of research in a given area. … Continue reading

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Henri Lefebvre, Hegel, Marx, Nietzsche Or the Realm of Shadows – Verso, February 2020 – reviewed at Marx & Philosophy by Kaiyue He

Henri Lefebvre, Hegel, Marx, Nietzsche Or the Realm of Shadows – translated by David Fernbach, introduced by Stuart Elden, Verso, February 2020 – reviewed at Marx & Philosophy by Kaiyue He. The review is a useful survey of the book … Continue reading

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Mona Domosh, Michael Heffernan, Charlie W.J. Withers (eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Historical Geography – Sage, December 2020

Mona Domosh, Michael Heffernan, Charlie W.J. Withers (eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Historical Geography – Sage, December 2020 A major two-volume reference work, but really expensive… Historical geography is an active, theoretically-informed and vibrant field of study within modern geography, … Continue reading

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Stuart Elden, ‘Foucault as Translator of Binswanger and von Weizsäcker’, Theory, Culture & Society, 2020 (open access)

My article ‘Foucault as Translator of Binswanger and von Weizsäcker‘, is now available online first in Theory, Culture & Society, 2020 Foucault’s Introduction to a translation of Ludwig Binswanger’s essay ‘Dream and Existence’ was published in late 1954. The translation … Continue reading

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