Live

Scheduled talks, with all the details I currently have –

2016

13 December 2016 6pm, “Terrain – the Materiality of Territory“, Anniversary lecture, International Research Centre for the Study of Culture (GCSC), Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen, Germany

14 December 2016 10am-2pm, “Volume, Nature, Fluid – Thinking the Materiality of Political Spaces”, workshop (am) and territory/terrorism roundtable (pm), International Research Centre for the Study of Culture (GCSC), Justus-Liebig-Universität Gießen, Germany

2017

31 January 2017, 7pm, Power, Territory and Borders, with Tim Marshall and Philippa Morris, British Library

2 February 2017, 5.30pm, “Foucault’s Early Translations and Intellectual History”, Philosophy of History seminar, Institute of Historical Research

6 February 2017, 6.15pm, “Towards a Political Theory of Terrain”, public lecture, Institute of Advanced Study, Durham University

21 February 2017, 2pm, ‘Research blogs and social media’, with Mark Carrigan, Landscape Surgery, Royal Holloway, University of London

23 February 2017, 7pm, “Legal Terrain”, London Review of International Law annual lecture

3 March 2017 Oslo

10 March 2017, 5pm, talk on Foucault, Centre for Philosophy and Critical Thought, Goldsmiths, University of London

16 March 2017, Kingston Shakespeare Seminar, Rose Theatre, Kingston

23 March 2017, 4pm, seminar, Department of Geography, National University Ireland, Maynooth

24 March 2017, workshop on Foucault, Royal Irish Academy, Dublin

30 March 2017, Foucault conference, University of Pittsburgh

5-9 April 2017, Association of American Geographers meeting, Boston

  • ‘Legal Terrain’ paper in session on Multispheres: Legal & Political Geographies of Geophysical Interfaces
  • Book publishing panel session

May 2017, Amsterdam

18-21 June 2017, “Terrain: The Materiality of Territory”, Nordic Geographers Meeting, Stockholm

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