- RT @rpbellamy1: Surprise surprise - Labour needs to become the Opposition on the central issue of the day and target the remain vote https:… 2 hours ago
- More on the ambivalences of GCRF - Budget wheeze could be double whammy for aid and research | THE timeshighereducation.com/comment/budget… 23 hours ago
- Thx @LeedsUniMedia for friendly & incisive questions in response to my talk @hesmondthing media.leeds.ac.uk/events/profess… 1 day ago
- The dangers of ‘housing at the centre’ - Marie Huchzermeyer - shar.es/19U03j 2 days ago
- RT @jameswilsdon: New @beisgovuk group on Brexit, unis, S&I has 5 STEM bodies & 0 social sci or A&H. Why @JoJohnsonMP @stianwestlake? https… 2 days ago
- Affect theory: Ruth Leys critique in Critical Inquiry
- Is governmentality a dirty word?
- Whatever happened to postcolonial theory?
- Critical spatial theory: my thoughts
- Things to Read
- It's not the city, it's the weather we love
- On the milieu of security: Paper and discussion in Dialogues in Human Geography
- Whatever happened to social theory?
- On difficulty: Derek Parfit's new book is published
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