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The Schizo and the City: Jacques Besse’s La Grande Pâque (AAG paper draft)

NOTE: THIS IS A FIRST DRAFT OF WHAT WILL BE A TRANSLATOR’S INTRODUCTION FOR THIS BOOK (CURRENTLY UNDER REVIEW BY MIT PRESS). This is a draft of the paper I will be presenting in a few weeks at the AAG. … Continue reading

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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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Video: David Harvey’s Seventeen Contradictions and the End of Capitalism (AAG 2015)

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Society and Space Lecture at the 2015 AAG: Professor Lauren Berlant

Having recently assigned Berlant’s excellent chapter “Cruel Optimism,” from The Affect Theory Reader, I’m really excited that she will be at the AAG, and talking about Scott Heim, no less! Heim is a friend of a friend and several years … Continue reading

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AAG abstract — The Axiomatic State and Urban Governance

In late August, I posted this CFP on entrepreneurialism for the AAG in Chicago (which is, unfortunately, the same week as the Refrains of Freedom conference in Athens, so I am currently trying to decide which will be the best … Continue reading

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2014 AAG preliminary program is up

See it here.

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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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