Monthly Archives: April 2022

14 tips for academics who are worried about Musk’s Twitter but don’t want to leave entirely – Mark Carrigan

14 tips for academics who are worried about Musk’s Twitter but don’t want to leave entirely – Mark Carrigan Interesting thoughts from Mark, author of the excellent Social Media for Academics (Sage, 2nd edition 2019)

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Stuart Hall’s Bibliography (1957-2015) by Catherine Hall, Bill Schwarz and Nick Beech

Stuart Hall’s Bibliography (1957-2015) by Catherine Hall, Bill Schwarz and Nick Beech The project for a bibliography that would capture the breadth and depth of Stuart Hall’s work was initiated by Catherine Hall and Bill Schwarz in the wake of … Continue reading

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Andrea Mubi Brighenti and Mattias Kärrholm (eds.), Territories, Environments, Politics, Explorations in Territoriology – online book launch, 10 May 2022, 1-3pm CEST

Andrea Mubi Brighenti and Mattias Kärrholm (eds.), Territories, Environments, Politics, Explorations in Territoriology – online book launch, 10 May 2022, 1-3pm CEST https://lu-se.zoom.us/j/68646989904 Details of the book follow: Andrea Mubi Brighenti and Mattias Kärrholm (eds.), Territories, Environments, Politics, Explorations in Territoriology – Routledge, April 2022 This … Continue reading

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Brandon Terry, Cornel West, and Bernard E. Harcourt discuss Malcolm X (video)

Brandon Terry, Cornel West, and Bernard E. Harcourt discuss Malcolm X – essays and resources at this page Part of Columbia’s 13/13 series on Revolution

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Editing Georges Dumézil’s Mitra-Varuna: An Essay on Two Indo-European Representations of Sovereignty

As I’ve mentioned before, as part of the next big project, I am working on a new English edition of Georges Dumézil’s book Mitra-Varuna: An Essay of Two Indo-European Representations of Sovereignty. The book was published in 1940, and in a … Continue reading

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Mark Usher, Territory, hydraulics, biopolitics: internal colonization through urban catchment management in Singapore – Territory, Politics, Governance, April 2022

Mark Usher, Territory, hydraulics, biopolitics: internal colonization through urban catchment management in Singapore – Territory, Politics, Governance, April 2022 The article requires subscription, but if you don’t have access, email Mark for a copy On separating from Malaysia in 1965, … Continue reading

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Women’s International Thought: Towards a New Canon – edited by Patricia Owens, Katharina Ritzier, Kimberley Hutchings and Sarah C. Dunstan – CUP, July 2022

Women’s International Thought: Towards a New Canon – edited by Patricia Owens, Katharina Ritzier, Kimberley Hutchings and Sarah C. Dunstan – CUP, July 2022 This first anthology of women’s international thought explores how women transformed the practice of international relations, … Continue reading

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Gottfried Schnödl and Florian Sprenger, Uexküll’s Surroundings: Umwelt Theory and Right-Wing Thought – Meson Press, 2022 (open access)

Gottfried Schnödl and Florian Sprenger, Uexküll’s Surroundings: Umwelt Theory and Right-Wing Thought – Meson Press, 2022 (open access) The German original is also available from Meson Press – Uexkülls Umgebungen: Umweltlehre und rechtes Denken With its diversity of possible Umwelten or environments for living … Continue reading

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Paul Allen Miller, Foucault’s Seminars on Antiquity – reviewed at Berfrois (open access)

At Berfrois, I review Paul Allen Miller’s recent book Foucault’s Seminars on Antiquity: Learning to Speak the Truth … As Foucault tells the story, he turned to pagan antiquity because he needed to break from the secondary accounts he had … Continue reading

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Alice Jardine, At the Risk of Thinking: An Intellectual Biography of Julia Kristeva – discussed at the New Books Network

At the Risk of Thinking: An Intellectual Biography of Julia Kristeva (Bloomsbury, 2020) is the first biography of Julia Kristeva–one of the most celebrated intellectuals in the world. Alice Jardine brings Kristeva’s work to a broader readership by connecting Kristeva’s personal … Continue reading

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