Monthly Archives: March 2013

Originally posted on Progressive Geographies:
International Political Sociology has just put together an open access virtual theme issue on Territorialities, Spaces, Geographies – including papers by Nisha Shah, John Agnew, Neil Brenner and me, and Nick Vaughan-Williams: This special issue presents…

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Exceptions R Us

Originally posted on geographical imaginations:
Alex Vasudevan writes to alert me to this all-too-relevant site, Agamben Toys or Toys for the State of Exception… Most of the baubles on offer are decidedly for play in the global North, but for older…

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Watching the drones

Originally posted on geographical imaginations:
An interesting interview over at the Huffington Post with Wesley Grubbs, one of the visual designers at Berkeley-based Pitch Interactive responsible for the infographic of drone strikes in Pakistan that was released on Monday and…

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US drone war in Pakistan infographic

Originally posted on Progressive Geographies:
At his ever interesting Informed Comment, Juan Cole discusses the new project Out of Sight, Out of Mind. The project, Out of Sight, Out of Mind, aims to capture the scale and human cost of…

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Funded Postgraduate Research Studentship at Queen’s University Belfast

Originally posted on Progressive Geographies:
School of Politics, International Studies and Philosophy, Queen’s University Belfast Funded Postgraduate Research Studentship: From London to Rio: the Politics of the Olympic Games (2013 Entry) The School has been awarded a PhD studentship to…

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The Birth of Territory – University of Chicago Press page and preorder

Originally posted on Progressive Geographies:
The University of Chicago Press page for my book The Birth of Territory is now up with the description, an endorsement from John Agnew, and the table of contents. It will be available in cloth and paperback simultaneously.…

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ISA Survival Guide for Grad Students This is a great posting from “Duck of Minerva” about attending the ISA as a grad student. Happily those days are long behind me, so much so that the conference schedule doesn’t always include … Continue reading

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