Category Archives: Doreen Massey

Books received – Ginzburg, Kelly, Camelli, Massey, Trubetzkoy, Foucault, Derrida, Brighenti & Kärrholm

Older books by Ginzburg and Trubetzkoy, the new lecture courses from Foucault and Derrida, Mark Kelly, Normal Now: Individualism as Conformity (which I endorsed), Michele Camelli, Canguilhem philosophe, Doreen Massey, Selected Political Writings (sent by Lawrence & Wishart), and Territories, … Continue reading

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My favourite academic books of 2018

My favourite academic books of 2018. As with previous years – 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 – these are shaped by my interests, books that are sent to me, ones from publishers I review for, etc. etc. I’ve not read all the … Continue reading

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Books received – Agamben, Shakespeare, Lecourt, Bataille, Vitale, Zartaloudis, Massey

Giorgio Agamben, Stasis: Civil War as a Political Paradigm; All’s Well That Ends Well (the penultimate volume of the Arden Shakespeare, third series), Dominique Lecourt, Proletarian Science; Georges Bataille, The Absence of Myth; Francisco Vitale, Biodeconstruction: Jacques Derrida and the … Continue reading

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The Doreen Massey Reader and Doreen Massey: Critical Dialogues – Agenda, 2018

The Doreen Massey Reader, edited by Brett Christophers, Rebecca Lave, Jamie Peck, Marion Werner and Doreen Massey: Critical Dialogues, edited by Marion Werner, Jamie Peck, Rebecca Lave, and Brett Christophers, Agenda, 2018 Here’s the description of the Reader: Doreen Massey (1944–2016) changed … Continue reading

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Joe Painter’s appreciation of Doreen Massey in Soundings (pdf)

Joe Painter’s appreciation of Doreen Massey in Soundings is available to download as a pdf here. I’ve added this to the list of obituaries and tributes on this site.

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Noel Castree’s tribute to Doreen Massey in Progress in Human Geography

‘A tribute to Doreen Massey‘ by Noel Castree in Progress in Human Geography (open access). The complete list of all the tributes I know about is here.

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Tributes to Doreen Massey

Tributes to Doreen Massey: Open University message board Joe Painter in Soundings Rob Kitchin at Ireland after NAMA; and ‘Geographers matter! Doreen Massey (1944-2016)‘ in Social and Cultural Geography Gillian Rose at Visual/Method/Culture Álvaro Sevilla Buitrago at Multipliciudades (in Spanish) Nicky … Continue reading

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Doreen Massey (1944-2016)

I’m hearing news on twitter that Doreen Massey has died. This is very sad, for family and friends of course, but also for Geography, where her work had a major impact. She was one of the geographers whose work I … Continue reading

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After Neoliberalism? The Kilburn Manifesto

Stuart Hall, Doreen Massey and Michael Rustin launch the Kilburn Manifesto. Stuart Hall explains the purpose in The Guardian; and the first chapter can be downloaded here. Although the neoliberal economic settlement is unravelling, its  political underpinning remains largely unchallenged. … Continue reading

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Spatial Politics – essays for Doreen Massey book and event

Clive Barnett at Pop Theory has the news of a launch event for the collection Spatial Politics: essays for Doreen Massey, edited by Dave Featherstone and Joe Painter. The details of the event can be found here.

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