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Raul Pacheco-Vega’s research resources

I’ve linked to Raul Pacheco-Vega’s research and writing technique posts several times. He had now got a page which collects these – grouped into categories. I have blogged a lot about a broad variety of different topics. Many people ask me if … Continue reading

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The geography of AibBnB listings

Originally posted on 53 degrees:
I have been working for a while now with the data produced by the InsideAirBnB project. I teach students how to map and analyse these kinds of datasets when they are learning to use geographic information…

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Paul Gilroy interview on ‘There Ain’t No Black in the Union Jack’ 30 years on

30 years ago There Ain’t No Black in the Union Jack: The Cultural Politics of Race and Nation was published. Philip Dodd talks to the author Professor Paul Gilroy about its impact and whether discussions about race and culture in … Continue reading

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Airbnb and gentrification in New York

Originally posted on David Wachsmuth:
For the last several months I’ve been working with Alexander Weisler (a recent MUP graduate from the School of Urban Planning at McGill) on a paper which explores the connection between short-term rentals and gentrification. We use…

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Peter Gratton, The non-argument argument that links Derrida et al. to Trump

Peter Gratton, The non-argument argument that links Derrida et al. to Trump – at Philosophy in a Time of Error I’m grateful that Peter took the trouble to write this – there have been some ridiculous  claims being made.

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Colin Koopman, Why Foucault’s work on power is more important than ever – Aeon Essays

Colin Koopman, ‘Why Foucault’s work on power is more important than ever‘ – Aeon Essays

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Foucault: The Birth of Power now available worldwide

Foucault: The Birth of Power is now available worldwide. The book is published by Polity, and the design fits with Foucault’s Last Decade which came out in 2016. There is a lot about Foucault’s political activism in this second book, … Continue reading

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CfP – Imaginaries of Connectivity and the Creation of Novel Spaces of Governance

CfP – Imaginaries of Connectivity and the Creation of Novel Spaces of Governance 2-3 November 2017, University of Groningen Annual workshop on Modes of Reasoning of the Chair Group on History and Theory of International Relations Keynote speaker Ricardo Padrón, … Continue reading

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Stress fractures: one year on

Originally posted on Academic Irregularities:
It is about a year ago since I posted The Kindness of Strangers. It quickly found a lot of readers worldwide. As it travelled, the Times Higher asked my permission to republish it on their…

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La Revue Recherches – all but one now available online (at a price)

I’ve mentioned the Recherches review more than a few times, because it was set up by Félix Guattari, and Foucault was involved in some discussions published in the journal. These conversations led to some collaborative work (a full bibliography here), some … Continue reading

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