Monthly Archives: September 2013

In good company – Agamben, Badiou, Negri, Amin, Harvey, Flusser, Elden

Originally posted on Progressive Geographies:
Critical Theory’s seven books that came out in September.

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Zizek on Ideology

First and foremost, thanks to Amy D for sharing this video. And I’m not endorsing Z or what he says, but wanted to put this up in relation to some quotations from D&G: “There is no ideology and never has … Continue reading

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Belief in a people

Originally posted on Unlimited Dream Company ('Despairing at last, I decided to die' -J.G. Ballard):
Over at Anarchist Without Content the following lines, from  among the post’s helpful and penetrating insights, made me seriously reflect–“Hardt and Negri do not go as…

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Banking across Boundaries reviewed

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Texas Theory Wiki

Just came across this entry on Assemblage Theory. Bookmark.

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AAG 2014 CFP: Assembling life at the “margin”: Critical assemblage thinking and urban marginality

Michele presented a great paper in our panel last year at the AAG so I’m really looking forward to this panel he’s organizing: Call for Papers: Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting 2014, Tampa, Florida, April 8-12th Organised by Michele … Continue reading

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Anthropocene: New Temporalities, New Spatialities

Originally posted on Seeing the Woods:
Post by Helen Pallett It is perhaps self-evident that the advent of the Anthropocene, or at least its announcement, urges us to think deeply about time. Thinking the Anthropocene is simultaneously to situate human…

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