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Adam Knowles, Heidegger’s Fascist Affinities: A Politics of Silence – Stanford University Press, 2019

Adam Knowles, Heidegger’s Fascist Affinities: A Politics of Silence –  – Stanford University Press, 2019 Reexamining the case of one of the most famous intellectuals to embrace fascism, this book argues that Martin Heidegger’s politics and philosophy of language emerge … Continue reading

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London Conference in Critical Thought (LCCT), 5-6 July 2019, Goldsmiths, University of London

London Conference in Critical Thought (LCCT), Friday & Saturday 5-6 July 2019 Richard Hoggart Building Goldsmiths, University of London We are delighted to be able to invite you to the 8th annual London Conference in Critical Thought (LCCT), hosted and supported … Continue reading

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The Hollow Crown: Shakespeare and Political Theology, Hampton Court/Garrick’s Temple, June 21-22 2019

The Hollow Crown: Shakespeare and Political Theology, Hampton Court/Garrick’s Temple, June 21-22 2019 The Hollow Crown: Shakespeare and Political Theology event consists of two related events, both of which highlight current thought on political theology in Shakespeare. The first day, held in … Continue reading

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Canguilhem (Polity 2019) reviewed by David Beer at The Sociological Review

My recent book Canguilhem (Polity, 2019) is reviewed by David Beer at The Sociological Review. In his new book, his ninth authored volume, Stuart Elden casts his laser vision on the frequently overlooked work of Georges Canguilhem. A keystone in … Continue reading

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Books received – After Grenfell, Spatial Histories of Radical Geography, Shakespeare, Marlowe, Foucault

A mixed bag of books recently bought, mainly for the Foucault and Shakespeare work, but also the recent collections After Grenfell: Violence, Resistance and Response and Spatial Histories of Radical Geography.  

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Boštjan Nedoh, Ontology and Perversion: Deleuze, Agamben, Lacan – Rowman International, June 2019

Boštjan Nedoh, Ontology and Perversion: Deleuze, Agamben, Lacan – Rowman International, June 2019 This book examines the philosophical and political relevance of perversion in the works of three key representatives of contemporary philosophy and psychoanalysis: Gilles Deleuze, Giorgio Agamben and … Continue reading

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Neil Brenner, New Urban Spaces: Urban Theory and the Scale Question – OUP, June 2019

Originally posted on Progressive Geographies:
Neil Brenner, New Urban Spaces: Urban Theory and the Scale Question – OUP, June 2019 The urban condition is today being radically transformed. Urban restructuring is accelerating, new urban spaces are being consolidated, and new…

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Foucault Studies No 26 published, including a 1967 Foucault interview on Nietzsche (all open access)

Foucault Studies No 26 is now published (open access) It contains an interview between Foucault and Jacqueline Piatier ‘On Nietzsche‘ from 1967, a number of book reviews, and these articles. Altering absence: From race to empire in readings of Foucault Claire … Continue reading

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22 tips for writing academic cvs and covering letters

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One of the things that’s kept me from my blog in the past year or so – apart from moving jobs and cities and leading an eight-person research team – is that I’ve sat…

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The case against Woodrow Wilson, after 100 years

Originally posted on The Disorder Of Things:
This guest post is a collective statement, written by Philip Conway in consultation with several other current and former PhD candidates at the Aberystwyth University Department of International Politics. It is co-signed by…

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