- James Galbraith critical review of Picketty's Capital in the 21st Century dissentmagazine.org/article/kapita… 6 days ago
- RT @VersoBooks: Robin Blackburn remembers Ernesto Laclau, 1936-2014 bit.ly/1hAE093 6 days ago
- RT @samkinsley: Sad news that Ernesto Laclau has died, in Seville, of a heart attack buenosairesherald.com/article/156933… 1 week ago
- The urbanization of responsibility wp.me/p11K9d-15I 1 week ago
- RT @aljhlester: If interested you can now see preview text from Colonization and Humanitarian Governance (CUP, June) by me and Fae Dussart … 1 week ago
- Are there 15 ways to be unhappy? Surfing Bruno Latour’s 'An Inquiry into Modes of Existence'
- Is governmentality a dirty word?
- Affect theory: Ruth Leys critique in Critical Inquiry
- Whatever happened to postcolonial theory?
- Arts of the Political by Ash Amin and Nigel Thrift: Review
- Things to Read
- Place, Space and Politics: New Book Series from Routledge
- Andy Merrifield's Urban Questions
- Affect theory: the debate continues (sort of)
Monthly Archives: August 2011
White Riot, The Clash I Predict a Riot, Kaiser Chiefs Bonnie and Clyde, Brigitte Bardot and Serge Gainsbourg What’s Going On, Marvin Gaye Drunk Girls, LCD Soundsystem Teenage Riot, Sonic Youth Fight the Power, Public Enemy For What it’s Worth, … Continue reading
Just noticed a new blog by Mark Purcell, Path to the Possible, on issues of urbanism, politics, democracy. Mark is author of Recapturing Democracy, one of the few books I can think of in geography/urban studies that engages in detail with democratic theory. I … Continue reading