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Two tributes to Ron Johnston (1941-2020)

I was very sorry to hear of the death of Ron Johnston, whose impact in geography and political science was extensive. I didn’t know him at all really – just a few meetings at conferences or elsewhere, but he was … Continue reading

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Download Gilles Deleuze, “Kant: Synthesis and Time,” March-April 1978

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At our website “The Deleuze Seminars” we are creating edited, paginated, and formatted pdfs of Deleuze’s lectures in order to make printable versions of the material more reader-friendly and accessible. We have just posted…

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Romanic Review theme issue: – “Category Crossings: Bruno Latour and Medieval Modes of Existence” – freely available online for three months

Romanic Review theme issue: – “Category Crossings: Bruno Latour and Medieval Modes of Existence” – freely available online for three months Bruno Latour’s philosophical project has long been conceived as a critique of modernity, starting with Enlightenment dualisms (nature/culture, words/things, sacred/secular) and … Continue reading

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Online launch of “Critical Zones” exhibition at ZKM (video and links)

Online launch of “Critical Zones” exhibition at ZKM (video and links) Fri, 22.05., 6 pm (CEST): OPENING Sat–Sun, 23.–24.05.2020: STREAMING FESTIVAL The exhibition “Critical Zones – Observatories for Earthly Politics” about the critical situation of the earth falls through the … Continue reading

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Cat Moir, Ernst Bloch’s Speculative Materialism: Ontology, Epistemology, Politics – Brill 2019; paperback forthcoming with Haymarket, December 2020

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Cat Moir, Ernst Bloch’s Speculative Materialism: Ontology, Epistemology, Politics – Brill 2019; paperback forthcoming with Haymarket, December 2020 In Ernst Bloch’s Speculative Materialism: Ontology, Epistemology, Politics, Cat Moir offers a new interpretation of the philosophy…

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Thomas Nail, Marx in Motion: A New Materialist Marxism – Oxford UP, August 2020

Thomas Nail, Marx in Motion: A New Materialist Marxism – Oxford University Press, August 2020 More details and discount codes at Thomas Nail’s blog. Karl Marx is the most historically foundational and systematic critic of capitalism to date, and the … Continue reading

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CFP: The geographical research implications of COVID-19 – Geographical Research

Call for Papers and invitation to circulate to your networks Geographical Research The geographical research implications of COVID-19 The spread around the world of the Corona Virus, or Covid-19, is an explicitly geographical phenomenon. Deploying a geographical sensibility to understand … Continue reading

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Rowland Atkinson, Alpha City: How London Was Captured by the Super-Rich – Verso, June 2020

Rowland Atkinson, Alpha City How London Was Captured by the Super-Rich – Verso, June 2020 How London was bought and sold by the Super-Rich, and what it means for the rest of us Who owns London? In recent decades, it … Continue reading

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Heliana de Barros Conde Rodrigues, Michel Foucault au Brésil: Présence, effets, résonances – Harmattan, 2020

Heliana de Barros Conde Rodrigues, Michel Foucault au Brésil: Présence, effets, résonances – Harmattan, 2020 This is a translation of a Portguese study which I’ve mentioned here before – Ensaios sobre Michel Foucault no Brasil: Presença, efeitos, ressonâncias (Lamparina 2016). Thanks … Continue reading

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There Is No Outside: Covid-19 Dispatches -a FREE ebook collection from Verso and ⁦‪@nplusonemag‬⁩, edited by Jessie Kindig, Mark Krotov, and Marco Roth

There Is No Outside: Covid-19 Dispatches -a FREE ebook collection from Verso and ⁦‪@nplusonemag‬⁩‬⁩, edited by Jessie Kindig, Mark Krotov, and Marco Roth. An urgent collection of essays on the global pandemic, from n+1 and Verso Books A collaboration between … Continue reading

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