Latour attempts to give us a phenomenology of the original experience of emotion that underlies the mode of existence of invisible psychogenic beings, or "divinities". He declares that with the emotion and the impression that it comes from outside there is
the suspicion that there is something else, something other in this trial, that he or she has made a mistake as to the attribution, the target, the goal: “I’m not the one targeted”
La página de la editorial Jovis ha incorporado una muestra del contenido del libro Implosions/Explosions. Towards a Study of Planetary Urbanization, editado por Neil Brenner (más información en esta entrada anterior). El libro debería salir a la venta en unas semanas.
Call for Papers
9 - 11th May 2014
Location: Birkbeck College, Mallet Street, London, UK
Gail Lewis, Birkbeck College
Veena Das, John Hopkins University
Where are you? What is it like there? These mundane questions invite reflection on how we provide an account of the spaces we inhabit, how we engage with the world and make it our own, or escape it to forge our lives elsewhere.
Call for Papers
Michel Foucault: Ethnography and Critique
Convenors: Orazio Irrera & Martina Tazzioli
Bergamo, June 5-7, 2014
Deadline: February 17, 2014
Since the Sixties, Michel Foucault had described his work in ethnographic terms, stressing that for him it was a question of situating outside of the culture we belong to, in order to critically show the way in which this latter was built.
Very happy to announce that...
the long awaited first issue of the Journal of Urban Cultural Studies is now posted on Intellect's website! click here to see its contents, The contents of the first issue can be accessed free of charge here.
Thanks to all who have made this possible -- and particularly to the crew at Intellect, the JUCS editorial board & numerous external peer reviewers, (it does take a village), but most of all thanks go to the authors whose interdisciplinary humanities-social science work has made this all so worthwhile.