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Open access and music

My short guest editorial on ‘Open access and academic publishing: some lessons from music culture’ has now been published in Political Geography. I’ve posted about this before with a link to an open access early version of the article. There … Continue reading

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Open access and publishing…continuing the debate

There was a really lively debate section published recently in the journal Political Geography, its about the politics of publishing. It was edited by Phil Steinberg, and here is some information about it on his blog. The debate is being … Continue reading

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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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