Author Archives: stuartelden

A People’s Atlas of Nuclear Colorado – two online events

Sept. 14 Tuesday 11am – 12:30pm Eastern “A People’s Atlas of Nuclear Colorado” Project Demo / LaunchJoin us for the public launch of “A People’s Atlas of Nuclear Colorado, a digital public humanities project that documents and interprets nuclear geographies … Continue reading

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CFP: ‘What is an Author?’: Critical Reflections on Authors and Authority in Critical Security Studies

CFP: ‘What is an Author?’: Critical Reflections on Authors and Authority in Critical Security Studies Full details in pdf – For enquiries and expressions of interest please contact the guest editors Tina Managhan (tmanaghan@brookes.ac.uk) and/or Dan Bulley (dbulley@brookes.ac.uk).

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Jon Stewart, Hegel’s Century: Alienation and Recognition in a Time of Revolution – Cambridge University Press, October 2021

Jon Stewart, Hegel’s Century: Alienation and Recognition in a Time of Revolution – Cambridge University Press, October 2021 The remarkable lectures that Hegel gave in Berlin in the 1820s generated an exciting intellectual atmosphere which lasted for decades. From the … Continue reading

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Daniel Matthews, Earthbound: The Aesthetics of Sovereignty in the Anthropocene, Edinburgh University Press, August 2021

Daniel Matthews, Earthbound: The Aesthetics of Sovereignty in the Anthropocene, Edinburgh University Press, August 2021 Examines how sovereignty inures us from the challenges associated with the climate crisis – Engages with the work of Bruno Latour, Simone Weil, Clive Hamilton, … Continue reading

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Online Seminar ’Digital Archives: Space, Time and Memory’, October 20, 2021

Online Seminar ’Digital Archives: Space, Time and Memory’ in association with ICCE, Goldsmiths, University of London Date/Time: Wednesday October 20, 2021  09.00 – 11:30 (London time)  10.00 – 12.30 (Berlin Time)  17.00 – 19.30 (Tokyo Time)  Focusing on digital archives, we will explore … Continue reading

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Books received – Federici, Kitchin, Morton, Morton & Bieler, Vincent, Caillois, Gamble, Garrett

Some books in recompense for review work for Bristol University Press and one pre-ordered from Polity, the new edition of Silvia Federici’s modern classic, Caliban and the Witch and two books from Adam David Morton, which he kindly sent to … Continue reading

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David Beer on The Early Foucault at The Fragment

David Beer on The Early Foucault at The Fragment Reading Elden’s most recent installment in the series, The Early Foucault, is to be mesmerised by sheer detail. Focusing on the 1950s, a period before Foucault was established, Elden is deep in the … Continue reading

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The Archaeology of Foucault update 9: further work on linguistics, Roussel and the 1970 visits to Buffalo and Japan

This manuscript is slowly coming together. I’ve continued working on the linguistics and literary analysis texts in Folie, langage, littérature. For space reasons, I’ve had to keep the discussion of these down, though in many respects they reinforce or supplement points made in the … Continue reading

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Dave Beer, ‘Editing Bits’ – reflections on writing and editing

Dave Beer, ‘Editing Bits‘ – some very interesting reflections on writing and especially about stages of editing a manuscript. There are lots most things about Writing and Publishing – posts from me and links on this site.

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Peter Merriman, Space – Routledge, Key Ideas in Geography, February 2022

Peter Merriman, Space – Routledge, Key Ideas in Geography, February 2022 Space is the first accessible text which provides a comprehensive examination of approaches that have crossed between such diverse fields as philosophy, physics, architecture, sociology, anthropology, and geography. The text … Continue reading

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