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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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Political Affect

Over at becoming poor (our UW-based reading group) & nomad scholarship (our shared blog with the outside world, which began as a collaboration with one of Eugene Holland’s seminars at OSU) we are beginning to ramp up for another quarter … Continue reading

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Incorporeal transformations 1

Incorporeal transformations Plateau 4: November 20, 1923 – Postulates of Linguistics I. “Language is Informational and Communicational” Start with collective assemblages of enunciation (CAE): There is no individual enunciation, nor is there a subject of enunciation (79). “The social character … Continue reading

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Urban Theory and Schizonomadology

Everybody’s doin’ it! No, not schizonomadology, but posting their papers from the Deleuze Studies conference (Mark’s is here, Cheryl’s is here). This is also a draft of what I will be working into a book chapter for a volume that … Continue reading

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Lazzarato — The Making of the Indebted Man

Coming off of reading Nomad Citizenship last quarter, and thinking about Lazzarato’s writing on immaterial labor this summer, I was fortunate enough this afternoon to come across a guy reading this: Based on the publisher’s description, it seems like it … Continue reading

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The reverse invisible hand

Kotsko’s post reminds me of why schizoanalysis is a solid approach for studying urban redevelopment in South Lake Union. As Eugene Holland writes in the intro to Nomad Citizenship, schizoanalysis gives us a way to explain the relationships between economic … Continue reading

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Two approaches to SLU: communications/geog (reading notes)

Aiello “From Wound to Enclave: The Visual-Material Performance of Urban Renewal in Bologna’s Manifatura dell Arti” and Sparke’s “Global Geographies” from Seattle Geographies I’m juxtaposing these two essays both b/c they resonate w/ one another in focus (urban space, globalization) … Continue reading

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