Category Archives: Louise Amoore

Books received – Macey, Roberts, Amoore, Barry, Dosse, Tel Quel Reader, TCS, JUCS

Some older books ordered for the Foucault project – the Dosse has some important information on CERFI, there is a Foucault piece in The Tel Quel Reader; Andrew Barry’s Material Politics and Louise Amoore’s The Politics of Possibility sent by … Continue reading

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Louise Amoore, The Politics of Possibility – preview available

You can read the introduction to Louise Amoore’s The Politics of Possibility here. Duke’s own site says the book is in stock, though online book stores don’t seem to have it yet.

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Calculative Devices in a Digital Age – Call for Papers

Department of Geography, Durham University 21-22 November 2013 Keynote speakers (tbc): Prof. Pat O’Malley (Sydney) Prof. Marieke de Goede (Amsterdam) Prof. Rita Raley (UCSB) The Securing against Future Events project is organizing a two day conference on the forms and … Continue reading

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Louise Amoore, The Politics of Possibility

My friend and Durham colleague Louise Amoore’s forthcoming book, The Politics of Possibility: Risk and Security Beyond Probability, now has a page up at Duke University Press site. It looks great: Since September 11, 2001, the imagination of “low probability, … Continue reading

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