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Candace Fujikane, Mapping Abundance for a Planetary Future: Kanaka Maoli and Critical Settler Cartographies in Hawai’i – Duke University Press, March 2021 (open access introduction)

Candace Fujikane, Mapping Abundance for a Planetary Future: Kanaka Maoli and Critical Settler Cartographies in Hawai’i – Duke University Press, March 2021 The Introduction is open access here. In Mapping Abundance for a Planetary Future, Candace Fujikane contends that the practice … Continue reading

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Maria Koinova, Diaspora Entrepreneurs and Contested States – Oxford University Press, March 2021

Maria Koinova, Diaspora Entrepreneurs and Contested States – Oxford University Press, March 2021 Why do conflict-generated diasporas mobilize in contentious and non-contentious ways or use mixed strategies? This book develops a theory of socio-spatial positionality and its implications for the … Continue reading

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Two radio programmes on Foucault from 1984 and 1988

Two radio programmes on Foucault Michel Foucault : Le souci de l’autre (1984 / France Culture) – thanks to Tim Howles for sharing this and also Michel Foucault (1926-1984) : Une vie, une oeuvre [1988 / France Culture] There are … Continue reading

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Mark Olsson, Constructing Foucault’s Ethics: A Poststructuralist Moral Theory for the Twenty-First Century – Manchester University Press, June 2021 and A Normative Foucauldian: Selected Papers of Mark Olssen – Brill, July 2021

Mark Olsson, Constructing Foucault’s Ethics: A Poststructuralist Moral Theory for the Twenty-First Century – Manchester University Press, June 2021 The work of Michel Foucault has had a huge influence on contemporary philosophy, but one thing it lacks is a normative … Continue reading

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Étienne Balibar — Politics and Science: One Vocation or Two?

Étienne Balibar — Politics and Science: One Vocation or Two? at boundary 2 online (open access) Translated from the French by Tommaso Manfredini, originally published in Libération

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Ben Jacobsen and David Beer, Social Media and the Automatic Production of Memory: Classification, Ranking and the Sorting of the Past – Bristol University Press, April 2021

Ben Jacobsen and David Beer, Social Media and the Automatic Production of Memory: Classification, Ranking and the Sorting of the Past – Bristol University Press, April 2021 Social media platforms hold vast amounts of biographical data about our lives. They … Continue reading

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Paul Allen Miller, Foucault’s Seminars on Antiquity: Learning to Speak the Truth – Bloomsbury, November 2021

Paul Allen Miller, Foucault’s Seminars on Antiquity: Learning to Speak the Truth – Bloomsbury, November 2021 In 1980, Michel Foucault’s work makes two decisive turns. On the one hand, as announced at the start of his course at the Collège … Continue reading

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Vicki Squire, Nina Perkowski, Dallal Stevens and Nick Vaughan-Williams, Reclaiming Migration: Voices from Europe’s ‘migrant crisis’ – Manchester University Press, March 2021

Vicki Squire, Nina Perkowski, Dallal Stevens and Nick Vaughan-Williams, Reclaiming Migration: Voices from Europe’s ‘migrant crisis’ – Manchester University Press, March 2021 Reclaiming migration critically assesses the EU’s migration policy by presenting the unheard voices of the so-called migrant crisis. … Continue reading

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One editing project moves into production; another one just beginning…

One editing project moves into production; another one just beginning… More details soon. Update: the Lefebvre project is discussed here.

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Helen McCabe, John Stuart Mill, Socialist – McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2021

Helen McCabe, John Stuart Mill, Socialist – McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2021 Best known as the author of On Liberty, John Stuart Mill remains a canonical figure in liberalism today. Yet according to his autobiography, by the mid-1840s he placed himself … Continue reading

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