Category Archives: Geographica Helvetica

Geographica Helvetica forum on Heidegger, critical geography and the ‘black notebooks’ – call for further contributions

The multi-lingual journal “Geographica Helvetica” (Swiss Journal of Geography), an open access journal, has recently launched a discussion forum on “Heidegger and critical geography”. In the discussion forum, contributors discuss the question how we should engage Heidegger’s thought after and … Continue reading

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Journée d’étude autours de M. Foucault, “Théories et institutions pénales”, Paris 2 June 2015

Thanks to Andrea Teti for sending details of this event in Paris for the new lecture course. I’m currently writing a review of it for Berfrois. Mardi 2 juin 2015, 9h – 18h “Premières lectures, premières réactions, et pistes de recherches” … Continue reading

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Geographica Helvetica – new website and papers open access

Geographica Helvetica – the Swiss journal of Geography has a new website and its papers are open access. Since the current editorial team took over the journal has been making a number of major innovations, and continues to publish very … Continue reading

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Geographica Helvetica – open access from 1 January 2015

This is good news – Geographica Helvetica will be open access for both new work and all the archives from 1st January 2015. I’ve been on the board of this journal for the past few years and it’s published some … Continue reading

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Books received (4 of 4)

New issues of journals – TCS, RIPE, Geographica Helvetica, RIS, The Professional Geographer, Society and Space, Annals of the AAG, and British Academy Review.

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Books received – Foucault, Anderson, Sloterdijk, Geographica Helvetica

The latest Foucault lecture course La société punitive; Sloterdijk’s Nietzsche Apostle; Perry Anderson’s Lineages of the Absolutist State (the only one of my ten books that stayed with me that I didn’t actually own); and the new issue of Geographica … Continue reading

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Thinkers’ Corner – Jean Gottmann, The Significance of Territory in Geographica Helvetica

The first 2013 issue of Geographica Helvetica included my assessment of Jean Gottmann’s The Significance of Territory, forty years since it was published. The piece is now available open access here.

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Books received

Amin and Thrift’s Arts of the Political; two old books by Elizabeth Grosz; the latest Sloterdijk books in English and German; the new Foucault lecture course; John Protevi’s Life, War, Earth (which I wrote an endorsement for); and the new … Continue reading

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Books received

Another few books received – Mark Blyth’s Austerity; Paul Virilio’s The Art of the Motor; Audrea Lim’s collection The Case for Sanctions Against Israel; the new issue of Geographica Helvetica; and two manuscripts to review.

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Leibniz paper forthcoming in Geographica Helvetica

My paper on Leibniz, now under the title ‘Leibniz and Geography: Geologist, Palaeontologist, Biologist, Historian, Political Theorist and Geopolitician’ is forthcoming with Geographica Helvetica. Given that journal’s remit of crossing between linguistic traditions, it is a fitting home for a … Continue reading

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