Category Archives: Edward Soja

Writing rhythm and summer reading

I have been getting into a good writing rhythm since I got back from Amsterdam, with a dedicated two hour slot each day when I write with no distractions, followed by the rest of the day on editorial work, other … Continue reading

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Millner on Soja

I mentioned Ed Soja’s new book Seeking Spatial Justice a few posts back. There’s a review by Naomi Millner here.

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Other ambitious geography books

Thanks for the suggestions so far. Of those made in ‘comments’, I think that several of them don’t fit what I was calling for. Ratzel is far too old, and Glacken (1967) and Tuan (1977) a bit older than I … Continue reading

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The Production of Jerusalem

The Guardian has an interesting report about the new light railway being built in Jerusalem here. The last time I was there in 2009 there was a lot of work going on in Jaffa Street. The focus of the story is … Continue reading

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Alexander von Humboldt lecture

I’ve been asked to give one of the Alexander von Humboldt lectures at the Radboud University of Nijmegen in September 2010. I’m really pleased to accept this. The theme is on Making European Space(s). They’ve had some really interesting people … Continue reading

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