Monthly Archives: September 2015

1913 Symphony Riot

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History of the Present journal– online

Originally posted on Foucault News:
From: History of the Present – the Berkeley newsletter on Foucault’s work online | Progressive Geographies History of the Present, the newsletter devoted to Foucault’s work published by Paul Rabinow and edited by him and…

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From Grunge to Glimmer

My AAG abstract: From Grunge to Glimmer: Building the New Seattle For Althusser (2014), the dominant Ideological State Apparatus was the school-family dyad, with the school playing the overwhelmingly dominant role. But in an era of uneven planetary urbanization (cf. … Continue reading

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Elias Rodriques on Black Barbershops, Segrgation, Gentrificaiotn

Rodriques’s review of Quincy T. Mills’s Cutting Across the Color Line is up on n+1’s website.

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Reading and Writing Affect Graduate Interest Group at UW

  

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Lyubchenko’s review of Massumi and Manning (2014)

As I address my constant pushing on the boundaries of my own knowledge, how I teach my research seminar on desire and affect, and how my wonderful experience last year leaves me yearning for creative projects, I come across this … Continue reading

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Nils Frahm, “Some”

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The Last Black Man in San Francisco

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Seattle City Council Member Licata on Affordable Housing (updated to include Sawant’s response)

From his newsletter: Licata lauds City Council passage of resolution in support of lifting state ban on limiting rent increases The City Council did the right thing by passing a resolution (8-1, Okamoto) in support of local control of rent … Continue reading

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Tower separation anxiety

My favorite — and I mean that, sincerely — neoliberal enthusiast on tower separation anxiety and densification in Seattle. Some-post-dissertation-day I’m going to find the time to sit down with Mr. Valdez and talk about some of his ideas, because … Continue reading

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