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An Interview with Elizabeth Grosz (2017)

Originally posted on Foucault News:
An Interview with Elizabeth Grosz, Theory Culture and Society, 22 May 2017 The Incorporeal’: An Interview with Elizabeth Grosz Elizabeth Grosz & Vikki Bell March 2017 VB: Many congratulations on the publication of your new…

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Farge and Foucault, Disorderly Families reviewed in the TLS (and discussed in podcast)

Originally posted on Progressive Geographies:
Arlette Farge and Michel Foucault, Disorderly Families: Infamous letters from the Bastille archives (edited by Nancy Luxon, translated by Thomas Scott-Railton) reviewed in the TLS: ‘Would you mind imprisoning my wife?‘ by Biancamaria Fontana. Update: it is…

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2017 General Election Reading List – All books 50% off!

Originally posted on The Pluto Press Blog – Independent, radical publishing:
It is 2017 and for radicals we are finally seeing a candidate that we could vote for. Within our reach is the end of austerity, the restoration of the…

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New issue of CEE New Perspectives now out

New issue of CEE New Perspectives now out. The editorial, the Zinaić article and the Russia and the World intervention are open access. 1. Editorial: Waiting for the Dark, Waiting for the Light – Benjamin Tallis2. Twilight of the Proletariat: Reading Critical Balkanology as … Continue reading

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Foucault, Subjectivity and Truth course now scheduled for June/July 2017

The long delayed translation of Foucault’s Subjectivity and Truth course is now scheduled for June/July 2017. Thanks to Chathan Vemuri for the update. The price has also come down to something comparable to previous volumes in the series. This is the … Continue reading

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Resurrecting the Forgotten Bike Highways of 1930s Britain in Atlas Obscura

Sarah Laskow, Resurrecting the Forgotten Bike Highways of 1930s Britain in Atlas Obscura In the 1930s, Britain’s Ministry of Transport built an extensive network of bike highways around the country—at least 280 miles of paved, protected infrastructure dedicated to cyclists alone. … Continue reading

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Monstrous, Duplicated, Potent: On Donna Haraway in n+1

Monstrous, Duplicated, Potent: On Donna Haraway in n+1 by Alyssa Battistoni Nominally a review of Donna Haraway. Staying with the Trouble: Making Kin in the Chthulucene (Duke, 2016), it’s mainly a fascinating discussion of her work as a whole.

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Clarence Glacken, Traces on the Rhodian Shore fifty years on at the RGS-IBG meeting

There is an interesting session coming up at the RGS-IBG meeting in London later this year: Clarence Glacken’s ‘Traces on the Rhodian Shore’ at 50: Nature, Culture and ‘Western Thought’ (1 September, 2.40pm) Organised by Philip Conway, it will be a … Continue reading

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Farge and Foucault, Disorderly Families reviewed in the TLS (and discussed in podcast)

Arlette Farge and Michel Foucault, Disorderly Families: Infamous letters from the Bastille archives (edited by Nancy Luxon, translated by Thomas Scott-Railton) reviewed in the TLS: ‘Would you mind imprisoning my wife?‘ by Biancamaria Fontana. Update: it is also discussed in this TLS … Continue reading

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Simondon on Technics: On the Mode of Existence of Technical Objects – audio recordings

Thanks to dmf for pointing me to this – audio recordings of a recent event at Kingston: Simondon on Technics: On the Mode of Existence of Technical Objects Speakers: Andrea Bardin (Brunel University), Giovanni Carrozzini (CIDES, MSH Paris-Nord), Xavier Guchet … Continue reading

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