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Calculative Devices in the Digital Age: a call for papers

Louise Amoore has just sent me through this call for papers: Call for Papers: Calculative Devices in the Digital Age Department of Geography Durham University 21-22 November 2013 Keynote speakers (tbc): Prof. Pat O’Malley (Sydney)   Prof. Marieke de Goede (Amsterdam)   … Continue reading

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Politicised literary geographies audio recordings

The audio recordings of a recent event on Politicised Literary Geographies are now available. There are some really interesting uses of fictional resources here, these are used in imaginative ways to open a range of political questions and issues. This … Continue reading

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An event on Thinking Urban Worlds

The geography department at Durham are hosting what looks to be a lively event on ‘Thinking Urban Worlds‘. It looks to be addressing some important questions and the outline indicates that there will be plenty of discussion and interaction.

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Stuart Elden talking about territory and volume

A really interesting video of Stuart Elden talking recently on volume, territory and security. The opening section in particular gives a really interesting overview of his approach to territory and how this interfaces with work on urban infrastructures. This then … Continue reading

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