Category Archives: terrain

Territory, Law and the Anthropocene, workshop at Warwick, 1 December 2017

Update: this workshop will be held in room 1.006 of Warwick Business School. On 1 December 2017, the Territory subgroup of the ICE-LAW project will hold its second workshop, Territory, Law and the Anthropocene, in the Department of Politics and … Continue reading

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Building Ruptures, Architectural History, UCL 27 Oct 2017 – audio of my talk on Terrain

On 27 October 2017 I had the pleasure of speaking at Building Ruptures, an Architectural History Symposium and Exhibition, at the Bartlett School of University College London. Most of the day was devoted to graduating student presentations, which were of extremely … Continue reading

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Building Ruptures, Architectural History Symposium and Exhibition, UCL 27 Oct 2017

Later this month I’ll be speaking at Building Ruptures, an Architectural History Symposium and Exhibition, at the Bartlett School of University College London, 27 October 2017. Please join the MA Architectural History 2016/17 cohort for Building Ruptures, a symposium, exhibition … Continue reading

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‘Legal terrain—the political materiality of territory’ – LRIL lecture now published

‘Legal terrain—the political materiality of territory’ – my London Review of International Law lecture is now published. The journal requires subscription, but if you’d like a copy and can’t access through an institution, please email me. This lecture sketches the … Continue reading

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Territory Beyond Terra, edited by Kimberley Peters, Philip Steinberg, and Elaine Stratford – forthcoming in December 2017

Territory Beyond Terra, edited by Kimberley Peters, Philip Steinberg, and Elaine Stratford – forthcoming in December 2017. At the root of our understanding of territory is the concept of terra—land—a surface of fixed points with stable features that can be … Continue reading

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ICE-LAW session at the Nordic Geographers conference, Stockholm

Tomorrow I head to Stockholm for the Nordic Geographers conference and my last talk of this academic year. I’ll be presenting as part of this session as part of the ICE-LAW project: ICE LAW Session 14:15 – 17:00, 19 June … Continue reading

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Legal Terrain – video of my London Review of International Law lecture

In February 2017 I gave the London Review of International Law annual lecture at SOAS under the title of ‘Legal Terrain: The Political Materiality of Territory’. The plan is for the written article to appear in the journal later this … Continue reading

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Territory in Indeterminate and Changing Environments – Amsterdam, 12 May 2017

A reminder that the first workshop of the Territory sub-theme of the ICE-LAW Project, on Territory in Indeterminate and Changing Environments, will take place at the University of Amsterdam on Friday 12 May 2017. It will be held in the Bushuis, room … Continue reading

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Terrain’s Volume – video of my lecture to the Technologies of Space symposium in Oslo

Terrain’s Volume – video of my lecture to the Technologies of Space: Verticality, Volume, Infrastructure symposium in Oslo in March 2017. The overall introduction is by Liv Hausken; the introduction to my lecture is by Susanne Østby Sather. The version here doesn’t show … Continue reading

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The ICE LAW Project comes out from the cold

The ICE LAW Project is close to concluding its first full year of funding and we’re in the midst of a particularly active few months. We’ve been providing regular updates on the ICE LAW Project’s website and Twitter feed. However,…

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