Category Archives: Adam David Morton

‘Shakespeare, Richard II and the Political Economy of Territory’ – short piece at the Progress in Political Economy blog

I have a short piece at the Progress in Political Economy blog entitled ‘Shakespeare, Richard II and the Political Economy of Territory‘. Thanks to Adam David Morton for the invitation to contribute. Shakespeare has long been seen as a writer … Continue reading

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Adam David Morton on Victor Serge at Progress in Political Economy

Adam David Morton on Victor Serge – a Progress in Political Economy blogpost linked to a new article. One of the most striking features of Victor Serge’s writings has to be the way he captures spatial arbiters that shape the … Continue reading

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Andreas Bieler and Adam David Morton, Global Capitalism, Global War, Global Crisis – now out with Cambridge

Andreas Bieler and Adam David Morton, Global Capitalism, Global War, Global Crisis – now out with Cambridge University Press This book assesses the forces of social struggle shaping the past and present of the global political economy from the perspective … Continue reading

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Adam David Morton, The Architecture of ‘Passive Revolution’: Society, State and Space in Modern Mexico

Adam David Morton, ‘The Architecture of ‘Passive Revolution’: Society, State and Space in Modern Mexico‘, Journal of Latin American Studies (requires subscription). Adam discusses the piece at the Progress in Political Economy blog. This article analyses the political economy of Henri … Continue reading

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A year in review – talks, publications and writing, plus links to my ‘best-of’ lists

I began 2016 with a lengthy manuscript on the 1969-75 period of Foucault’s work, partly developed from the large sections cut from the manuscript of Foucault’s Last Decade. The main task accomplished in the first part of this year was … Continue reading

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Literary Geographies of Political Economy – new section of the Progress in Political Economy blog

Literary Geographies of Political Economy – new section of the Progress in Political Economy blog This section of the PPE blog is dedicated to Literary Geographies of Political Economy bringing together the emergence of work by Adam David Morton in this area as well as … Continue reading

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Adam David Morton, For a Political Economy of Space and Place – video and audio

Adam David Morton’s inaugural lecture ‘For a Political Economy of Space and Place’ is available on video and audio. Under capitalism, how does the state organise space in our everyday lives through the streets we walk, the monuments we visit, and the … Continue reading

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Henri Lefebvre: Rural Sociology, Ground Rent and the Politics of Land – project funding from the ISRF

I’m pleased to announce that along with Adam David Morton (Political Economy, University of Sydney) I have been awarded a small grant from the Independent Social Research Foundation for the project ‘Henri Lefebvre’s writings on Rural Sociology, Ground Rent and the Politics … Continue reading

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Adam David Morton, For a Political Economy of Space and Place – Sydney, 4 August 2016

Adam David Morton, ‘For a Political Economy of Space and Place‘ – Insights lecture, Sydney, 4 August 2016. Under capitalism, how does the state organise space in our everyday lives through the streets we walk, the monuments we visit, and … Continue reading

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2015 in review – talks, publications and writing, plus links to ‘best-of’ lists

I began 2015 with the manuscript of a book under the title Foucault’s Last Decade close, I thought, to completion. But it was far too long. In the end, I cut the first two long chapters out, and submitted a book … Continue reading

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