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My current reading, writing and the ebb/flow of the academic year

Over the last three or four weeks I’ve not really posted very much on here about my research. This is largely because of the ebb and flow of the academic year. The end of the second term is always a … Continue reading

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Current reading…Simmel, Globalization, Benjamin

I haven’t posted very much on here recently about the things I’ve been reading (this is one of the things I’ve used this blog for over the last couple of years, with me adding short reviews of articles and books). … Continue reading

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Reading…how much and what type?

I just came across this exchange in response to a post on Progressive Geographies that contained an image of ‘books received‘: Openmedi: Your books received posts always make me think of how much one in a field such as yours … Continue reading

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Today’s reading…Manuel DeLanda

This is my reading for today. I’m returning to these books to try to pull together a section of my book on ‘assemblages’. I’m starting with Manuel DeLanda, then I’m opening up some of the recent debates in geography. I’m … Continue reading


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Two very different books on capitalism

A couple of weeks ago I read through Nick Gane’s new book on Max Weber and Contemporary Capitalism. Here’s some information about the book. It’s a really impressive exploration of how Max Weber’s writings might be used to analyse contemporary … Continue reading

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