Category Archives: Michael Watts

Genealogies of Environmentalism: The Lost Works of Clarence Glacken – forthcoming in June 2017

Genealogies of Environmentalism: The Lost Works of Clarence Glacken – edited by S. Ravi Rajan with Adam Romero and Michael Watts – forthcoming with University of Virginia Press in June 2017. I’m very pleased to see this – when I … Continue reading

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Michael Watts interviewed by Stuart Elden for Society and Space

There is a long interview I conducted with Michael Watts (University of California, Berkeley) available open access at the Society & Space open site. We talk about, among other things – his first book Silent Violence (recently available in a new edition); … Continue reading

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Michael Watts on Boko Haram in the Huffington Post

Michael Watts in interviewed about Boko Haram in the Huffington Post. Thanks to Teo Ballvé for the link. As a reminder, my annotated bibliography on Boko Haram – which includes pieces by Michael – is available here.

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Books received

John Sallis, Logic of Imagination; the reissue of Michael Watts, Silent Violence; Paul Virilio’s The Great Accelerator, and Paidraig Carmody, The New Scramble for Africa.

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Writing grant and research proposals

Just found this really useful resource when looking for something else on Michael Watts’s site. Suggestions, examples, resources for writing dissertation proposals, grant proposals etc. While designed for (post)graduates and early career scholars, I think there is bound to be something … Continue reading

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Iain Boal talk in London

For those able to get to London (via Alberto Toscano) Iain BoalFrom renaissance globe to google earth: visualizing the planet Thursday 10 March, 5-7, Goldsmiths, University of London, Room NAB (New Academic Building) 3.26 All welcome.  Iain Boal is one … Continue reading

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