Urban Nature podcast episode 4: Stuart Elden and Gabriel Kozlowski

Urban Nature episode 4: Stuart Elden and Gabriel Kozlowski

I was pleased to be Gabriel’s guest on the Urban Nature podcast for a discussion of several different aspects of my work – on territory, terrain, Lefebvre, Foucault, Shakespeare and even the new Indo-European project.

It’s available on Spotify; Apple Podcasts and Google Podcasts

In this episode of URBAN NATURE, Professor of Political Theory and Geography at the University of Warwick Stuart Elden and Gabriel Kozlowski talk about the intersections between people, place, and power, in relation to concepts such as territory, understood as a political technology, and terrain, as the physical materiality of territory. The discussion touches on Lefebvre’s formulations on the rural, Foucault’s notion of milieu, and ideas around a Politics of the Earth.

“It’s very easy to think that in the past the world was organized in a similar way it is today, except that the borders were different places and that there were different regimes within them.”  – Stuart Elden, Professor of Political Theory and Geography at University of Warwick

A ’74PODCAST Series, URBAN NATURE is hosted by Gabriel Kozlowski, Brazilian architect and curator working on urbanization from the perspective of political ecology. The Series presents guests from a diverse set of disciplines—including Anthropology, Biology, Philosophy, Political Science, Political Theory, Geography, Architecture, and the Arts, among others—that have been reflecting on the relationship between humans and nature.
Produced by ISTANBUL’74.

This entry was posted in Bruno Latour, Henri Lefebvre, Indo-European Thought, Shakespearean Territories, terrain, Territory, The Birth of Territory, Uncategorized, William Shakespeare. Bookmark the permalink.

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