Monthly Archives: November 2012

On blogging and more…

I can’t claim to be an expert here, but there’s been some fascinating blogging by geographers and others on the conflict in Gaza over the past few days. Firstly, Derek Gregory posted a great analysis of the conflict yesterday, whilst … Continue reading

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Violence and Housing Policy Seminar

Anyone in/around Liverpool tomorrow afternoon might be interested in the following event taking place in the University (the link should open a pdf):  Challenging the Violence of Housing Policy The issue of housing policy has been of importance to Liverpool … Continue reading

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Human Geography Teaching Jobs at Liverpool

Some people may have seen these already, but we have two jobs currently being advertised within the Department at Liverpool (links below). The deadlines are quite tight, simply because we want people to be ‘in post’ as soon as possible. … Continue reading

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So, this didn’t work the first time – a link to the Understanding Society blog, which posted on assemblage last week. Thanks to Clive Barnett for tweeting this a few days ago

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Deleuze and Politics

Just got Nathan Widder’s Political Theory after Deleuze today, and am looking forward to reading it. I’ve been thinking quite a bit recently about what the limits to Deleuze’s thought are for politics – particularly in regards to how Deleuze’s … Continue reading

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