Category Archives: Antonio Negri

More downloads

It’s been a while since I put a few papers up online. Here are five more – Elden, S. Reassessing Kant’s Geography. Journal of Historical Geography. 2009;35:3-25. Elden, S. Taking the measure of the Beiträge: Heidegger, National Socialism and the … Continue reading

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Marx Reloaded UK premiere

Details here; and an interview with the director here.

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Hardt and Negri on what to expect in 2012

Some thoughts on 2011 and predictions for what is to come, here.

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Roundup – things to read

Hardt and Negri on “The Problem of Transition” (supposedly on the Occupy movement, but really an excerpt from Commonwealth) David Campbell – ‘The elusive enemy: Looking back at the “war on terror’s” visual culture’ On Landscape Ontology: An Interview with … Continue reading

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OWS and elsewhere

I’ve not been following recent events in New York and elsewehere especially closely, but here are a few interesting links. Hardt and Negri on ‘Real Democracy’ in Foreign Affairs. Oliver Belcher provides a genealogy and reading list here. Lenin’s Tomb … Continue reading

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Another e-book on student protests

An und für sich notes two e-books on the student protests. I mentioned one of these before before, but not this one: In a similar vein is the PDF version of the book Toward a Global Autonomous University produced by the … Continue reading

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Hardt & Negri and Badiou on the Arab uprisings

Hardt & Negri have a piece in The Guardian here; Alain Badiou’s piece in Le monde is now available in translation here.

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Paul Mason on the recent global unrest

Newsnight’s Paul Mason offers some generalisations on the recent global unrest here. He stresses the importance of social media, the decline of ideologies, the role of women, the importance of memes, and so on. Mentions Foucault, Chomsky, Hardt and Negri, … Continue reading

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Marx Reloaded trailer

Featuring Slavoj Žižek, Antonio Negri, Nina Power, Alberto Toscano… Trotsky as Morpheus is good too.

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Zizek in Der Spiegel

The Verso blog mentioned this interview with/feature on Zizek, from Der Spiegel. Much of it will be familiar to anyone who’s been following the recent flurry of media reporting on Zizek, but there are some interesting moments. This is a quote … Continue reading

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