Monthly Archives: December 2012

Video’s of a number of talks at the recent “Between Deleuze and Foucault” Conference at Purdue University, discovered via

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Originally posted on Path to the Possible:
Always worth reading, of course, but here she is getting at something I have been trying to understand.  She calls it joy, which for her is a “strange admixture of terror, pain, and…

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Festschrift for Kevin Cox: Territory, State, and Urban Politics

Originally posted on Pop Theory:
Just published I think, a new collection, edited by two Andy’s, Jonas and Wood, entitled Territory, State, and Urban Politics, ‘highlighting and reflecting’ on the work of Kevin Cox – essays by all sorts of people on…

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The Communifesto

Some people may have seen this, but there’s been a debate running over on the Antipode Foundation website about the ‘Communifesto’. This document was produced after a Fuller Geographies session at the 2012 RGS-IBG International Conference earlier this year (which … Continue reading

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Excellent blog post by Sara Fregonese

Something strange has gone on with this reblog, which is probably my technical illiteracy shining through, but the link below should now work: Great blog by Sara Fregonese on the struggle to get a permanent (or tenured) position in … Continue reading

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Blog on India & Urbanization Some readers and students may find some of the ideas in this blog on urbanisation and India interesting. Students doing ‘Political economies of globalisation’ with me and thinking of doing the exam question on India … Continue reading

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Originally posted on cities@manchester:
via flickr by luketelliott by Andy Merrifield, Leverhulme Visiting Professor, School of Environment and Development, University of Manchester In talking about urban studies I can only talk from and for the perspective I know best:…

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Originally posted on Progressive Geographies:
Useful website with a lot of resources on Deleuze and Cinema –

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It was the 28th Anniversary of the Bhopal Gas disaster last week, and by a combination of coincidence and choice on my part, I’ve talked about Bhopal quite a bit over the past few weeks. Firstly, I spoke in a … Continue reading

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