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Gregynog Ideas Lab VI Summer School, 10-15 July 2017

Gregynog Ideas Lab VI Summer School  We are delighted to be able to announce that the Gregynog Ideas Lab VI will take place from 10 – 15 July 2017 in Newtown, Wales, UK. Set up in 2012, the Gregynog Ideas … Continue reading

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Forthcoming publications and some open access pre-prints

I’ve updated the list of my forthcoming publications and added a few pre-prints which are available to download. These include my article on Foucault and Shakespeare, an encyclopaedia entry on the relation between territory and the urban, and some older pieces … Continue reading

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Books received – Shapiro, Keycheyan, Fassin, Muchembled, Samoyault

A number of mainly recently published books from Polity, in recompense for review work.

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Thomas Parker, Tasting French Terroir: The History of an Idea reviewed

Thomas Parker, Tasting French Terroir: The History of an Idea reviewed at H-France Review by Rod Philips. Thanks to Mike Heffernan for bringing this to my attention. This book explores the origins and significance of the French concept of terroir, demonstrating that … Continue reading

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Eugen Fink, Play as Symbol of the World and Other Writings review at NDPR

My review of Eugen Fink, Play as Symbol of the World and Other Writings has been published at Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews. Eugen Fink (1905-1975) is not sufficiently well known in the Anglophone world, in part because of the lack … Continue reading

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Hot off the press – Dan Bulley’s Migration, Ethics and Power – the first book in the Society and Space book series

The first book in the Society and Space book series is Dan Bulley’s  Migration, Ethics and Power: Spaces Of Hospitality In International Politics. I posted about the series as a whole earlier this week, and now the editor copies of this … Continue reading

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Evgeny Morozov & David Harvey on post-neoliberalism, Trump, infrastructure, sharing economy, smart city

Originally posted on Deterritorial Investigations Unit:
Evgeny Morozov and David Harvey on post-neoliberalism, Trump, infrastructure, sharing economy, smart city. Deterritorial Investigations Unit View original post

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Books received – Sullivan, Rogers, Foucault companion, journals

. A copy of Garrett Sullivan Jr’s classic The Drama of Landscape, kindly sent by Garrett. I use this extensively in my work on Shakespeare. Dallas Rogers also sent a copy of his new book The Geopolitics of Real Estate, … Continue reading

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Promoted from doctor to professor: what changes?

Promoted from doctor to professor: what changes? – various people, including my ex-Durham colleague Harriet Bulkeley, give their take on this in The Times Higher Education.

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Society and Space book series – first two volumes by Bulley and Klauser out soon

Over the past several years I’ve been working with Sage on a Society and Space book series, which is linked to the Environment and Planning D: Society and Space journal (now published by Sage). There are several books under contract or … Continue reading

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