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Seeing resilience like a state – Kevin Grove

A companion piece by Kevin Grove to an article in Society and Space: the article is open access until early September.

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What is resilience?

Originally posted on Open Geography:
Interesting alternatives if not contradictions in understanding “resilience” in recent publications. Stephanie Wakefield & Bruce Braun understand resilience as a Foucauldian dispositif (apparatus): we understand resilience as a mode of governing the ‘ecological’ city. In Resilient…

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Politics Special Issue on ‘Security and the Politics of Resilience’

An open access issue of Politics, edited by three of my Warwick colleagues. The journal Politics has just published a Special Issue on ‘Security and the Politics of Resilience’. The Special Issue is edited by James Brassett, Stuart Croft, and Nick Vaughan-Williams … Continue reading

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How not to talk about resilience?

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Radical Philosophy has recently been the venue for a short exchange of views on the topic of resilience. Let’s see what was said. Mark Neocleous led off with a piece on “resisting resilience.” In his view, “resilience…

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Resilience: International Policies, Practices and Discourses

New journal Resilience: International Policies, Practices and Discourses edited by a politics, IR, geography and sociology team. Resilience is a fully peer-reviewed journal that creates a platform for dialogue about the processes, spaces, policies, practices and subjectivities through which resilience … Continue reading

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Damien Cahill and Martijn Konings, Neoliberalism – now out with Polity

Damien Cahill and Martijn Konings, Neoliberalism – now out with Polity For over three decades neoliberalism has been the dominant economic ideology. While it may have emerged relatively unscathed from the global financial crisis of 2007-08, neoliberalism is now – more … Continue reading

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Society and Space Vol 33 No 3 now out – this issue and selected back issues currently open access

From the Society and Space open site – This is the first Society and Space issue with new publisher, SAGE. All contents are currently open access as part of a free trial period. Situated solidarities and the practice of scholar-activism 391-407 Paul Routledge and Kate … Continue reading

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Workshop: Governing through ‘Post-​’: Post-​Disaster, Post-​Conflict, Post-​Crisis? – Warwick, 18th June 2014

Full details here What is the sig­ni­fic­ance of ‘post’ in post-​disaster, post-​conflict and post-​crisis, and how might we ana­lyze the sim­il­ar­ities in the gov­ern­mental re­sponses to eco­nomic, in­fra­struc­tural and so­ci­etal dis­rup­tion? We con­tend that, des­pite dis­cip­linary bound­aries which sep­arate the … Continue reading

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A new interdisciplinary book series: Rethinking the Island

Ten per cent of Earth’s population—over six hundred and fifty million people—live on forty-eight sovereign island states, and many thousands more live on subnational island jurisdictions peppering the coastlines, lakes, and rivers of Earth’s continents. Over the last three decades, … Continue reading

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Mark Neocleous, War Power, Police Power – sample chapter available

Mark Neocleous’s book War Power, Police Power has just been published. You can read a sample chapter here. In this, the first book to deal with the concepts of war power and police power together, Mark Neocleous deals with these questions … Continue reading

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