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

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 society in the context of deep…

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