Monthly Archives: January 2014

Denny Substation Bringing Light to Growing Neighborhoods

Originally posted on The Northwest Urbanist:
With growing demand for power in the neighborhoods around South Lake Union, utility department Seattle City Light (SCL) is preparing to build a new electrical substation nearby. It won’t be like the city’s other…

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“Medieval rules for sex in an easy to use flowchart”

Originally posted on Progressive Geographies:
“Medieval rules for sex in an easy to use flowchart created by James A Brundage as posted in the @TheAtlantic“, via @MedievalArchive. Having spent the day working on Foucault’s History of Sexuality, this is certainly…

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Thoburn’s Deleuze, Marx and Politics

Available for download here.

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Big Ideas – Imagining Seattle’s Future 2035 & Beyond

Come see some ideas what Seattle’s next comprehensive plan (Seattle 2035). I’ll be counting the number of times “innovation” is mentioned. Big Ideas – Imagining Seattle’s Future 2035 & Beyond Pecha Kucha Seattle, the City of Seattle and the Seattle Art Museum are collaborating … Continue reading

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Lecture: Escape from the Violence Trap: A New View of Adam Smith and The Political Economics of Development

  Escape from the Violence Trap: A New View of Adam Smith and The Political Economics of Development Kane 210 – Friday, Feb 7, 2014 – 6:30 PM (University of Washington, Seattle) More than two centuries ago, Adam Smith asked, what … Continue reading

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Review Forum on Ben Woodard’s On an Ungrounded Earth

Originally posted on GAPING EARTH:
A review forum on Ben Woodard’s ‘On an Ungrounded Earth: Towards a New Geophilosophy‘ (Punctum 2013) that I put together with Kai Bosworth (University of Minnesota) and Harlan Morehouse (University of Minnesota/University of Vermont) has been published on the Society…

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Neil Brenner | Teoría urbana sin exterior

Originally posted on multipliciudades:
¿Qué sucede cuando la profecía lefebvriana de una ciudad que deviene mundo se materializa? ¿Cómo podemos repensar las estrategias de la teoría urbana cuando la ciudad ha subsumido e instrumentalizado su ‘exterior constitutivo’, lo no-urbano, lo…

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How the brain makes memories

Read the article and see the short video here.

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Reassessing Recomposition: 40 Yrs After the Publication of Anti-Oedipus, Bifo

Originally posted on synthetic zerø:
Reassessing Recomposition: 40 Yrs After the Publication of Anti-Oedipus, Bifo very interesting online magazine well worth checking out other articles there

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The Mellon Fellowship Programme at LSE in Cities and the Humanities

Originally posted on urbanculturalstudies:
This just in from Tessa Norton (Communications Manager, LSE Cities): LSE Cities The Mellon Fellowship Programme at LSE in Cities and the Humanities £32,794 – £39,669 pa incl. 9-month term, commencing 1st October 2014 (date flexible) With the…

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