Monthly Archives: May 2013

OU/BBC Poverty series

Via Clive Barnett’s Pop Theory blog – details of a new OU/BBC series on living with poverty, with what look like some great resources for learning/teaching.

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Creativity and Urban decline

Interesting post over at the cities@manchester blog by Kenn Taylor about the links between creative regeneration and the postindustrial city, which draws upon things happening in Liverpool as well as elsewhere.

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Postcolonialism and ‘Non-European’ Thought

More debates about postcolonial thought over on Kafila

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New Online Atlas Exhibition

This online atlas collection from the University of Bristol looks great (via the Society and Space blog)

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Pondicherry

Various research pathways seem to be leading me towards Pondicherry at the moment. Firstly, over the last few years I’ve been dragged more and more (not unwillingly) into thinking about the historical geographies of resistance to colonialism in India. I … Continue reading

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Meanderings

Originally posted on a sense of place:
Two experiences of two friends suggested yesterday’s meanderings. First, when walking by the River Mersey with Greg the other week, I’d pointed at a bit of the Wirral coastline opposite and said ‘Where’s…

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