Author Archives: stuartelden

Frictionless sovereignty – special issue of b20 online

frictionless sovereignty | special issue b2o: an online journal is an online-only, free-to-read, peer-reviewed journal published by the boundary 2 editorial collective, with a standalone Editorial Board. Volume 5, Issue 2 (August 2020)Special Issue: Frictionless SovereigntySpecial Issue editor: Ryan Bishop Ryan Bishop, “Frictionless Sovereignty: An Introduction” … Continue reading

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Important pieces on the dangers of reopening UK campuses in September – updated

Originally posted on Progressive Geographies:
In the UK, the next academic year begins in September or early October. While most universities have said lectures will be delivered online, they seem to be keen to have some face-to-face teaching of smaller…

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Abolition: Critique and Praxis 13/13 including session on ‘Beyond the Punitive Society’

The next season of the Critique and Praxis: 13/13 seminars run by Bernard Harcourt at Columbia Center for Contemporary Critical Thought will be on the theme of Abolition. The series will include a session on Thursday, January 7, 2021 on … Continue reading

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Beata Stawarska, Saussure’s Linguistics, Structuralism, and Phenomenology: The Course in General Linguistics after a Century – Palgrave, 2020 and link to discussion

Beata Stawarska, Saussure’s Linguistics, Structuralism, and Phenomenology: The Course in General Linguistics after a Century, Palgrave, 2020 There is a discussion at New Books Network This is the first English-language guidebook geared at an interdisciplinary audience that reflects relevant scholarly … Continue reading

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Duncan Bell, Dreamworlds of Race: Empire and the Utopian Destiny of Anglo-America – Princeton University Press, August 2020

Duncan Bell, Dreamworlds of Race: Empire and the Utopian Destiny of Anglo-America – Princeton University Press, August 2020 Between the late nineteenth century and the First World War an ocean-spanning network of prominent individuals advocated the unification of Britain and … Continue reading

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The Complete Works of Friedrich Nietzsche Vol 9 – The Case of Wagner / Twilight of the Idols / The Antichrist / Ecce Homo / Dionysus Dithyrambs / Nietzsche Contra Wagner – Stanford University Press, January 2021

The Complete Works of Friedrich Nietzsche Vol 9 – The Case of Wagner / Twilight of the Idols / The Antichrist / Ecce Homo / Dionysus Dithyrambs / Nietzsche Contra Wagner – Stanford University Press, January 2021 The latest volume … Continue reading

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Important pieces on the dangers of reopening UK campuses in September – updated

In the UK, the next academic year begins in September or early October. While most universities have said lectures will be delivered online, they seem to be keen to have some face-to-face teaching of smaller classes. Some important pieces are … Continue reading

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Scott Lash – Technics of Memory and Life: Bernard Stiegler in Memoriam in Theory, Culture & Society; Stuart Jeffries obituary in The Guardian

Scott Lash – Technics of Memory and Life: Bernard Stiegler in Memoriam in Theory, Culture & Society Stuart Jeffries has an obituary in The Guardian Update: Sam Kinsley has a tribute at Spatial Machinations

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Stuart Elden, ‘Terrain, Politics, History’ – Dialogues in Human Geography lecture now available in journal

Last year I gave the Dialogues in Human Geography lecture at the Royal Geographical Society-Institute of British Geographers conference in London. It is now available in the journal as ‘Terrain, Politics, History‘ – if you can’t access through an institution … Continue reading

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Louise Amoore, “Why ‘Ditch the algorithm’ is the future of political protest”, The Guardian

Louise Amoore, “Why ‘Ditch the algorithm’ is the future of political protest“, The Guardian I was away last week, and followed the news of A-level results, GCSEs, BTECs and the impact on students and universities from a distance. Whether or … Continue reading

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