Stuart Elden, ‘Terrain, Politics, History’ – Dialogues in Human Geography article with responses from Gastón Gordillo, Kimberley Peters and Deborah P. Dixon (and more to come)

My 2019 Dialogues in Human Geography lecture, ‘Terrain, Politics, History‘ has been published online first (open access). The responses are beginning to appear too.

The ones available so far are

Gastón Gordillo, The power of terrain: The affective materiality of planet Earth in the age of revolution (open access)

Kimberley Peters, For the place of terrain and materialist ‘re’-returns: Experience, life, force, and the importance of the socio-cultural

Deborah P. Dixon, Drift in an Anthropocene: On the work of terrain (open access)

Ones to come from Bruno Latour and Rachael Squire, and a reply from me – ‘The Limits of Territory and Terrain’.

[Update: the one from Bruno Latour is now available – The Anthill and the Beam: A Response to Elden]

[Update 2: Rachael Squire’s piece is now up: Where theories of terrain might land: Towards ‘pluriversal’ engagements with terrain]

[Update 3: The last piece is my reply – The limits of territory and terrain]

The others [now just my reply to come] should appear Online First – https://journals.sagepub.com/toc/dhga/0/0

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1 Response to Stuart Elden, ‘Terrain, Politics, History’ – Dialogues in Human Geography article with responses from Gastón Gordillo, Kimberley Peters and Deborah P. Dixon (and more to come)

  1. Clare O'Farrell says:

    Reblogged this on Foucault News.

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