Category Archives: Conferences

Urban Cultural Studies: Call for abstracts – AAG in Boston April 5-9, 2017

Urban Cultural Studies: Call for abstracts – AAG in Boston April 5-9, 2017   The AAG session on Urban Cultural Studies takes an interdisciplinary approach to the culture(s) of cities. In recent years, cities have been increasingly at the forefront of … Continue reading

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‘Production of Inequalities: Realities and Prospects for Change in Jerusalem’, Centre for Jerusalem Studies, Al-Quds University, 3-5 December 2016

Production of Inequalities: Realities and Prospects for Change in Jerusalem Centre for Jerusalem Studies, Al-Quds University 2016 Call for Abstracts With the benevolent grant from the Ghussein Fund, Al-Quds University through the Centre for Jerusalem Studies, in partnership with the Philosophy, … Continue reading

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Nietzsche & Critical Social Theory – Affirmation, Animosity, Ambiguity, San Diego, 28-29 Jan 2017

Nietzsche & Critical Social Theory – Affirmation, Animosity, Ambiguity, San Diego, 28-29 Jan 2017. Douglas Kellner is giving the keynote address.

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Foucault, the Archive and the Writing of Intellectual History – audio of lecture

At the end of June I gave the plenary lecture to my Warwick department’s annual conference. It was entitled ‘Foucault, the Archive and the Writing of Intellectual History’, and discussed the writing of the two books Foucault’s Last Decade and … Continue reading

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‘Critical Histories of the Present’, Spindel conference, University of Memphis, 16-17 September 2016

My next visiting talk – and my first overseas talk in over a year – will be at ‘Critical Histories of the Present‘, the 35th Spindel conference, University of Memphis, 16-17 September 2016. My talk is under the title of ‘Foucault and … Continue reading

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The Arts of Logistics – Queen Mary, London, 3-4 June 2016

The Arts of Logistics, 3 & 4 June 2016 Queen Mary University of London Keynotes: Deborah Cowen & Alberto Toscano “The Arts of Logistics” brings together scholars, activists, and artists from across the humanities and social sciences to interrogate how social … Continue reading

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CFP Authority & Political Technologies 2016: Biopolitical Matters June 13-14, Warwick

Authority & Political Technologies 2016: Biopolitical Matters Warwick University June 13th-14th  – abstract submission deadline May 13th Key Notes: Kathryn Yusoff (Queen Mary) ‘Geopower: biopolitics and matter after life’ Celia Lury (Warwick) ‘Better than you: a topological imaginary’ Didier Fassin (Princeton IAS) ‘The … Continue reading

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Jerry Brotton to give Inaugural Denis Cosgrove Lecture in the GeoHumanities, June 16th, 2016, Royal Geographical Society

To celebrate its launch, the new Centre for the GeoHumanities at Royal Holloway University of London is hosting the inaugural Denis Cosgrove Lecture in the GeoHumanities on the evening of June 16th, 2016, at the Royal Geographical Society (with the … Continue reading

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Warwick Graduate Conference in Political Geography, 18-19-20 May 2016 programme

The next Warwick Graduate Conference in Political Geography will be held at the University of Warwick on 19-20 May, 2016, with a screening and discussion of Sur les toits the evening before. The topic of this year’s conference is: “(Dis)Assembling state spaces: Conceptualising … Continue reading

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Kanthropology – CRMEP Graduate Conference 19-20 May 2016

Kanthropology – CRMEP Graduate Conference, Kingston University, 19-20 May 2016 “The mainstream marginalization of Kant’s anthropological writings, in part due to their racist content, arguably makes philosophy ill-equipped to think some of today’s most pressing concerns, notably with regard to … Continue reading

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