- Living with Poverty wp.me/p11K9d-Yt 1 day ago
- Always look on the bright side with Rebecca Solnit salon.com/2013/05/20/the… 1 day ago
- Lincoln Dahlberg on deliberative democracy and radical democratic credentials habermas-rawls.blogspot.co.uk/2013/05/paper-… 2 days ago
- @gailfdavies @lestageog @geogcompass Just to be clear, it's not me who does the electoral analysis. We've turned over. 3 days ago
- @gailfdavies He's Welsh too, like Bonnie. And big in the late 70s/early 80s. 3 days ago
- @gailfdavies I know people who do serious electoral analysis of this, by the way. Geographers, obviously. 3 days ago
- @gailfdavies The bit about ABBA being royalty was true, right? 3 days ago
- @gailfdavies Bored? I'm learning so much. 3 days ago
- Debating the politics of consumption wp.me/p11K9d-Yh 3 days ago
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- Review (not by me) of Arts of the Political: New Openings for the Left wp.me/p1Nb6O-1lD 4 days ago
- RT @PoliticalPhilo: Interview with James Gordon Finlayson (Sussex) on Habermas, Rawls, Adorno & Politics: tinyurl.com/arvopaw 4 days ago
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- Policing the crisis wp.me/p11K9d-Ye 1 week ago
- One for Michael Gove? Mr. Men as Social Critique tpr.ly/10nmfki 1 week ago
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- Gove's claims of teenagers' ignorance harpooned by retired teacher gu.com/p/3fnhk/tw via @guardian 1 week ago
- Geoff Dyer on Michael Fried's style.... nytimes.com/2011/07/24/boo… 1 week ago
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Tag Archives: democracy
From my colleague Nick Mahony at the OU’s Creating Publics project, news of a series on the theme of Creating Publics, Opening Democracies at OpenDemocracy.
I have just begun reading a new book by John Parkinson, Democracy and Public Space (I came across it here). It combines theorising about key concepts – democracy, public space – with comparative analysis of the quality of democratic public spaces in … Continue reading
Reblogged from Path to the Possible: I just got back from a great time at the Association of American Geographers conference in New York. I participated in a session on Henri Lefebvre organized by Andy Merrifield and Louis Moreno. Participants … Continue reading
News from the Political Theory blog of a new book on democracy and pragmatism by Jack Knight and James Johnson, The Priority of Democracy. It puts an emphasis on pragmatism as a tradition that focusses on issues of institutional design and experimentalism, but above … 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