Category Archives: Gilles Deleuze

Arun Saldanha, Space after Deleuze – now out with Bloomsbury

Arun Saldanha, Space after Deleuze – now out with Bloomsbury, but unfortunately only in a grotesquely priced hardback. Deleuze’s fondness for geography has long been recognised as central to his thought. This is the first book to introduce researchers to the … Continue reading

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Books received – Bibliotheca Walleriana, Foucault, Derrida, Deleuze, Garcia, Shakespeare, Lacan, Delanda and Harman

Mainly sent in recompense for review work, but also a copy of the Bibliotheca Walleriana – the guide to the library of Erik Waller housed at Uppsala University. Foucault used this extensively in his work on the History of Madness. … Continue reading

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Back from Oslo and the ‘Technologies of Space: Verticality, Volume, Infrastructure’ symposium

I’m now back after a good trip to Oslo for the Technologies of Space: Verticality, Volume, Infrastructure symposium I spoke on the topic of “Terrain’s Volume”, which was a version of a talk I’ve now given in Gießen, Durham, and London. It’s nearing a … Continue reading

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Deleuze seminars to be translated by Daniel Smith

Deleuze seminars to be translated by Daniel Smith. Full report here (via Graham Harman). WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — A Purdue University professor of philosophy has a received $175,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to translate the seminar … Continue reading

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Appeal by Sartre, Foucault, Guattari, Deleuze and others on imprisonment of Italian intellectuals, 1977

In 1977 Sartre, Foucault, Guattari, Deleuze, Barthes, and others wrote an open letter protesting about the imprisonment and investigation of a number of Italian intellectuals, including ‘Bifo’ (Franco Berardi) and Antonio Negri. I’d not seen this before and it is the … Continue reading

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Books received – Recherches, Foucault, Fourquet, Shakespeare, Vasudevan, Whatmore

A pile of recent books bought or received. Alex Vasudevan’s Metropolitan Preoccupations: The Spatial Politics of Squatting in Berlin was sent by him; and Richard Whatmore, What is Intellectual History? came from Polity – preordered in recompense for review work. Both look really interesting. … Continue reading

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Janae Sholtz, The Invention of a People: Heidegger and Deleuze on Art and the Political – reviewed at NDPR

Janae Sholtz, The Invention of a People: Heidegger and Deleuze on Art and the Political – reviewed at NDPR by Antonio Calcagno. The topic sounds interesting, and the review notes that Sholtz discusses Kostas Axelos’s work as a way of developing Heidegger’s … Continue reading

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Deleuze, Guattari, Foucault and Fourquet’s discussions of ‘Les équipements du pouvoir’

Keith Harris has been saying a bit about Deleuze, Guattari, Foucault and Fourquet’s discussions of ‘Les équipements du pouvoir’. He first shared his reading notes on Guattari’s contributions to a discussion with Foucault and Fourquet; and has followed up today with … Continue reading

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Félix Guattari on writing Anti-Oedipus in The Paris Review

Félix Guattari on writing Anti-Oedipus in The Paris Review (via critical-theory.com).

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English translation of Deleuze’s first seminar (1956-57): What is grounding? – open-access e-book

An English translation of Deleuze’s first seminar from 1956-57, What is grounding? is available to download. The book is open access, and just needs an email address to receive the download link. A French version is online here. What is Grounding? is Gilles Deleuze’s … Continue reading

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