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Aidan Quinlan’s “The Right to the Alley”

An excellent final project from my “Writing and Reading the City” course in the Comparative History of Ideas program at UW. Aidan is a graduating senior in English and is interested in architecture/urban design and critical theory.

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Sonic Branding

Two great resources I’ve uncovered during the final prep for my research seminar “Mapping Desire and Affect”: First, a peek into Audi’s sonic engineering: Second, here is a review of Steve Goodman’s excellent book, Sonic Warfare: Sound, Affect, and the … Continue reading

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The Commons: in what state? CFP

From Matthew Thompson’s email sent to the critical geog forum listserv: One-day workshop for PhD and early career researchers organised by Open Space at the University of Manchester and sponsored by cities@manchester Date: Thursday 20th June2013 This one-day workshop specifically … Continue reading

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SLU Immaterial/Biopolitical Labor I

From Hardt and Negri’s Multitude (pg 108-109): Immaterial labor “creates immaterial products, such as knowledge, information, communication, or an emotional response,” and has two forms, which are typically combined in immaterial labor: 1) It can be primarily intellectual or linguistic … Continue reading

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