Monthly Archives: January 2013

Originally posted on Nomad Scholarship:
This is a site for an online collaboration between a graduate critical theory seminar at Ohio State University and a graduate reading group at the University of Washington. It is an experiment in autogestion (democratic…

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Originally posted on Progressive Geographies:
In the post today, the manuscript of John Protevi’s new book, Life, War, Earth: Deleuze and the Sciences, which I’ve agreed to endorse for University of Minnesota Press. Looking forward to reading this.

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Interview With Gary Genosko

Genosko also edited the excellent “Felix Guattari in the Age of Semiocapitalism” issue of Deleuze Studies, which I picked up after hearing Genosko speak at the 2012 Deleuze Studies conference in New Orleans.

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The reverse invisible hand

Kotsko’s post reminds me of why schizoanalysis is a solid approach for studying urban redevelopment in South Lake Union. As Eugene Holland writes in the intro to Nomad Citizenship, schizoanalysis gives us a way to explain the relationships between economic … Continue reading

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SLU as nascent biotech cluster

Powell, Packalen, Whittington (PPW): “Organizational and Institutional Genesis: The Emergence of High-Tech Clusters in the Life Sciences” in The Emergence of Organizations and Markets (ed. Padgett and Powell) 434: Approach study of organizations from a dynamic/process-oriented point of view: social … Continue reading

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As of Wednesday I’ve made it through the Introduction and first chapter of Difference and Repetition…Chapter 2, coming up soon.

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Two approaches to SLU: communications/geog (reading notes)

Aiello “From Wound to Enclave: The Visual-Material Performance of Urban Renewal in Bologna’s Manifatura dell Arti” and Sparke’s “Global Geographies” from Seattle Geographies I’m juxtaposing these two essays both b/c they resonate w/ one another in focus (urban space, globalization) … Continue reading

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New Capitalisms I

Conscious Capitalism — note that this is trademarked term. While making money is essential for the vitality and sustainability of a business, it is not the only or even the most important reason a business exists. Conscious businesses focus on … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Dr. Stephen Luis Vilaseca:
The Italian workers’ rejection of rigid, authoritarian hierarchy, and impersonal, rationalized routines, and call for more flexible, cooperative social production forced capital into a paradigm shift. The industrial factory gave way to networked…

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Is SLU the next Cambridge, MA?

Click on the image to be redirected to the story… Though I’ve yet to post anything directly on biotech in the Boston area, I will be getting to it at some point. In the meantime, check the Boston tag for … Continue reading

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