Monthly Archives: December 2015

Deleuze Studies 2016 Abstract

I put this off until the very last minute but was suddenly inspired earlier this evening…more info on the conference here. The Schizo and the City: Jacques Besse’s La Grande Pâque In Anti-Oedipus, Deleuze and Guattari (1983, 87) write: In … Continue reading

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Andrew Goffey, “Guattari and Transversality: Institutions, Analysis, and Experimentation”

See Radical Philosophy’s website.

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Jason Read on Lordon’s recently published Imperium

Here.

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post-diss blues, existential questions, the job search, and yearning for difference

I say “post” not because I’m done, but because my draft is submitted. It feels good, I guess, but I’m waiting to find out what else I need to do (it’s only been two weeks since I delivered it). But … Continue reading

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haiku #9: academic jobs

is there any point in applying for a job, even a postdoc?

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Live Your Models w/ Brian Holmes

Originally posted on Deterritorial Investigations :
https://vimeo.com/147574207 Self-orientation and urban form in the next “spirit of capitalism

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RATS 2016: Radical Ontologies for the Contemporary Past

Originally posted on synthetic zerø:
Radical Archaeology Theory Symposium 2016: Radical Ontologies for the Contemporary Past Binghamton University 3-6 March 2016 Abstract deadline: January 15th 2015 Recently, anthropologists have been trying to challenge Western practices of knowledge production and understandings…

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