Author Archives: Keith Harris

Urgent News!

Press Team Member Saul Harris was nearly hit by a Mini car. He was at E Republican St and 17th Ave E when a white car drove up on the sidewalk at him… Urgent News! My son is 11 and … Continue reading

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Read/watched in April

Read Marx, Capital Vol 1 Watched Varda, Le Bonheur Sonic the Hedgehog w/ kids All of David Harvey’s Reading Capital Vol 1 videos Columbo Season 2 Stranger Things Season 1 Listened to while running All of David Harvey’s Anti-capitalist chronicles … Continue reading

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Read/watched March

Read Hallberg, City on Fire Watched Johnson, Knives Out Aster, Midsommar Scorsese, Taxi Driver Varda, Cléo from 7 to 7 Columbo, season 1

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Read/watched in February

Read Herbert, Dune Aronoff et al, A Planet to Win: Why we need a green new deal Lennon, Broken River Watched Tarantino, Once upon a time…in Hollywood Pontecorvo, The Battle of Algiers Kiarostami, 10 Fleischner, Stand clear of the closing … Continue reading

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Article published online in City

After many hiccups my paper on Deleuze and Guattari’s political philosophy as ontology for critical urban theory is published online via City. It comes out of my dissertation work that builds of the 2011 debate over assemblage urbanism and critical … Continue reading

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Read/watched in January

Read I’ve spent most of my free time reading Dune, ~100 pages to go. Brown, Paying for it Watched The Sopranos Seasons 2-3 Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (BBC series) Tati, PlayTime Sitch, The Castle Wong, Chungking Express A few scattered … Continue reading

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Scattered research thoughts

I’ve been relatively productive, research-wise, over the last year or so, even though it’s not evident materially (yet). I published an article on environmental ethics in Area last April (online, surely it will come out in print this year) and … Continue reading

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