Category Archives: Politics

Creating Alternative Worlds (a few weeks late)

A few weeks ago I was at a great workshop on ‘Creative Alternative Worlds’ organised by Anja Kanngieser and the Protest Camps Research Network in Royal Holloway in London. I meant to write something more fully up about it, but … Continue reading

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Bhopal

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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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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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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