Monthly Archives: May 2013

UW Dorms…It’s your life!

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Debating the politics of consumption

Originally posted on Pop Theory:
The latest issue of the journal Area has just published a Review Forum on the Globalizing Responsibility book which came out of a research project on the politics of ethical consumption. The Forum arises from a session held at…

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METROPOLIS [11] – Corporation

Originally posted on UTOPIA or: BUST:
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How does Schizoanalysis Work? or, “how do you make a class operate like a work of art”

Originally posted on Deterritorial Investigations :
“Trees at twilight,” by Jerome Lawrence, a former paranoid schizophrenic “So what is schizo-analysis?” When Lacan finally poses the question, as recounted in The Anti-Oedipus Papers, Guattari doesn’t tell us what his reply, his explanation,…

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Societies of Control: Deleuze and Foucault

Originally posted on Dr. Rinaldi's Horror Cabinet:
It is true that capitalism has retained as a constant the extreme poverty of three quarters of humanity, to poor for debt, too numerous for confinement: control will not only have to…

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Herb Blau

Originally posted on Posthegemony:
I did my MA in English, in the 1990s, at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. The English Department occupied a couple of floors in an undistinguished 1970s concrete tower block called Curtin Hall. Though the building offered…

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Urban Studies Foundation Postdocs

Originally posted on Becoming Poor:
08-May-2013 WITH APOLOGIES FOR CROSS-POSTING Dear Colleagues, Urban Studies Foundation – Postdoctoral Research Fellowships The Urban Studies Foundation is pleased to announce a major new funding opportunity for Postdoctoral Research Fellowships. Details of the award(s)…

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The End of Innovation (As we knew it)

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