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

This is a draft of the paper I will be presenting in a few weeks at the AAG. It represents a translation project that I am currently polishing, a sliver of much more intensive translation work related to CERFI and … Continue reading

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Between Deleuze and Foucault: Editors’ Intro and Dosse’s chapter

Available here via Thomas Nail’s Academia.edu page.

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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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Free Market Communism reading notes

Some brief notes I took while re-reading Eugene Holland’s Free Market Communism chapter in Nomad Citizenship. I keep coming back to this book and recommend it wholeheartedly. Eugene Holland Nomad Citizenship Free Market Communism notes. Distinction between markets and capitalism. … Continue reading

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Nomadology and Apparatus of Capture Axioms, Propositions, and Problems

Because I often find myself wanting these in one place… AXIOM I. The war machine is exterior to the State apparatus. PROPOSITION I. This exteriority is first attested to in mythology, epic, drama, and games. PROBLEM I. Is there a … Continue reading

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Deleuze: Lettres et autres textes

As I understand it, this edition — edited by David Lapoujade — will be available 11/5. From Minuit’s website (my translation into English): Lettres et autres texts (Letters and other texts) is the third and final volume of Gilles Deleuze’s … 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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