Category Archives: Thinkers

Henri Lefebvre, Marxist Thought and the City published and 30% discount code

Henri Lefebvre, Marxist Thought and the City, translated by Robert Bonnano and with a brief preface by me has been published by University of Minnesota Press. It is available in cloth and paperback editions, and can be ordered with a 30% discount … Continue reading

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The Early Foucault update 1: a week at the Bibliothèque Nationale

My post at the end of last week on beginning work on a possible book on the early Foucault got some attention and enthusiasm, for which I am grateful. By the time I posted it I was already in Paris, … Continue reading

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Verso End of Year Highlights 2016 (with 50% off) – includes Lefebvre’s Metaphilosophy

Verso End of Year Highlights list for 2016 – with 50% off all books – includes Lefebvre’s Metaphilosophy (edited by Stuart Elden; translated by David Fernbach). Available for the first time in English, Lefebvre’s Metaphilosophy features this beautiful die-cut cover design (by Neil … Continue reading

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David Harvey Marx & Capital Lecture 5: Use Values: The Production of Wants, Needs and Desires

David Harvey Marx & Capital Lecture 5: Use Values: The Production of Wants, Needs and Desires  

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Stuart Hall, Selected Political Writings

Stuart Hall, Selected Political Writings – forthcoming with Lawrence & Wishart. In one sense, of course, all of Stuart Hall’s writing was political, but this collection focuses on the essays he wrote throughout his life that directly engaged with political … Continue reading

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Jacques Lacan’s earliest seminars from 1952-53 – a question

Jacques Lacan began his weekly seminars in 1951, and these moved to the Sainte-Anne hospital in 1952. There are reports that from the first Sainte-Anne series these were typed by a shorthand typist. These shorthand typescripts were the basis for … Continue reading

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From Our Fellows podcast 02, December 2016 – including a piece by me on Shakespeare and Territory

The British Academy has begun a series of short podcasts where fellows talk about aspects of their work. I’m featured in the second of these, just released. The task was to speak about our work, but to keep to six minutes. … Continue reading

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The Early Foucault – beginning work on a possible book

When I was in Australia early last year I bumped into Mark Kelly on the University of Melbourne campus. We had a conversation about the work each of us was doing on Foucault, and I said that after I’d finished … Continue reading

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David Harvey Marx & Capital Lecture 4: The Space and Time of Value

David Harvey Marx & Capital Lecture 4: The Space and Time of Value

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Interview with Tank magazine on Foucault’s Last Decade

I’m interviewed by Thomas Roueché in the new issue of Tank magazine about Foucault’s Last Decade. The interview was conducted by phone, and then transcribed.

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