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Margath Walker, Spatializing Marcuse: Critical Theory for Contemporary Times – Bristol University Press, July 2022

Margath Walker, Spatializing Marcuse: Critical Theory for Contemporary Times – Bristol University Press, July 2022 This  fresh  appraisal of philosopher Herbert Marcuse’s work foregrounds the geographical aspects of one of the leading social and political theorists of the 20th  century.     Margath A. … Continue reading

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Georges Canguilhem Beyond Epistemology, online event, 16 May 2022 [postponed]

Georges Canguilhem Beyond Epistemology, online event, 16 May 2022 new date to be arranged Georges Canguilhem was one of the most influential historians and philosophers of science of 20th-century France. Michel Foucault, Louis Althusser, Alain Badiou and other important thinkers … Continue reading

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Michel Foucault, Madness, Language, Literature, edited by Henri-Paul Fruchaud, Daniele Lorenzini, and Judith Revel, translated by Robert Bononno, University of Chicago Press, February 2023

Michel Foucault, Madness, Language, Literature, edited by Henri-Paul Fruchaud, Daniele Lorenzini, and Judith Revel, translated by Robert Bononno, University of Chicago Press, February 2023 Newly published lectures by Foucault on madness, literature, and structuralism. Perceiving an enigmatic relationship between madness, language, … Continue reading

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Michel Foucault, La Question anthropologique. Cours, 1954-1955 (2022)

Originally posted on Foucault News:
Michel Foucault, La Question anthropologique. Cours, 1954-1955, EHSS, Gallimard Seuil, 10 juin 2022 Qu’est-ce que l’homme ? Michel Foucault, au mitan des années 1950, consacre une partie de son enseignement, dispensé à l’université de Lille…

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14 tips for academics who are worried about Musk’s Twitter but don’t want to leave entirely – Mark Carrigan

14 tips for academics who are worried about Musk’s Twitter but don’t want to leave entirely – Mark Carrigan Interesting thoughts from Mark, author of the excellent Social Media for Academics (Sage, 2nd edition 2019)

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Stuart Hall’s Bibliography (1957-2015) by Catherine Hall, Bill Schwarz and Nick Beech

Stuart Hall’s Bibliography (1957-2015) by Catherine Hall, Bill Schwarz and Nick Beech The project for a bibliography that would capture the breadth and depth of Stuart Hall’s work was initiated by Catherine Hall and Bill Schwarz in the wake of … Continue reading

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Andrea Mubi Brighenti and Mattias Kärrholm (eds.), Territories, Environments, Politics, Explorations in Territoriology – online book launch, 10 May 2022, 1-3pm CEST

Andrea Mubi Brighenti and Mattias Kärrholm (eds.), Territories, Environments, Politics, Explorations in Territoriology – online book launch, 10 May 2022, 1-3pm CEST https://lu-se.zoom.us/j/68646989904 Details of the book follow: Andrea Mubi Brighenti and Mattias Kärrholm (eds.), Territories, Environments, Politics, Explorations in Territoriology – Routledge, April 2022 This … Continue reading

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Brandon Terry, Cornel West, and Bernard E. Harcourt discuss Malcolm X (video)

Brandon Terry, Cornel West, and Bernard E. Harcourt discuss Malcolm X – essays and resources at this page Part of Columbia’s 13/13 series on Revolution

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Editing Georges Dumézil’s Mitra-Varuna: An Essay on Two Indo-European Representations of Sovereignty

As I’ve mentioned before, as part of the next big project, I am working on a new English edition of Georges Dumézil’s book Mitra-Varuna: An Essay of Two Indo-European Representations of Sovereignty. The book was published in 1940, and in a … Continue reading

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Mark Usher, Territory, hydraulics, biopolitics: internal colonization through urban catchment management in Singapore – Territory, Politics, Governance, April 2022

Mark Usher, Territory, hydraulics, biopolitics: internal colonization through urban catchment management in Singapore – Territory, Politics, Governance, April 2022 The article requires subscription, but if you don’t have access, email Mark for a copy On separating from Malaysia in 1965, … Continue reading

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