Tag Archives: Stuart Elden

Talks on Territory and Foucault

Stuart Elden has posted some audio recordings of his recent talks. These include a talk on his book The Birth of Territory – I’ve been reading this and it’s an amazing scholarly work. The talk gives an overview of some … Continue reading

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Stuart Elden’s Foucault’s Last Decade now has a web page

I’ve been enjoying following Stuart Elden’s updates on his current book project Foucault’s Last Decade. Stuart has been posting regular updates on his research and writing for the book, along with interesting discoveries and observations. It looks like a really … Continue reading

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Stuart Elden on where to start when reading Henri Lefebvre

Stuart Elden provides a really helpful commentary on where to start when reading Henri Lefebvre. Stuart describes the various angles or themes in Lefebvre’s work, and which books might provide a starting point.

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An interview with Shiloh Krupar

Stuart Elden has interviewed Shiloh Krupar for the Society and Space open site. The interview focuses on her excellent sounding new book Hot Spotter’s Report: Military Fables of Toxic Waste. The interview also discusses Krupar use of alternative styles and … Continue reading

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Stuart Elden’s The Birth of Territory is published

Stuart Elden’s excellent sounding and substantial new book The Birth of Territory has just been published by Chicago University Press.

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Stuart Elden talking about Peter Sloterdijk

Stuart Elden has posted an audio of his talk on Peter Sloterdijk at the recent AAG conference. Stuart talks here about how Sloterdijk’s work might be used, what it’s limitations are and the need to sustain an engagement with his … Continue reading

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Audio of Stuart Elden’s talk on Shakespearean Colonial Territories

A couple of weeks ago Stuart Elden visited my department to give a really creative and engaging presentation that used Shakespeare to think about various issues relating to territory. This particular presentation was on Shakespearean Colonial Territories. There is now … Continue reading

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Stuart Elden’s Shakespearean Territories audio

Stuart Elden has posted an audio of his latest talk on Shakespearean Territories. It sounds like a really interesting project. From what I’ve gathered he is using Shakespeare’s work to open up and explore various issues relating to territory (as … Continue reading

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Reading about writing

After writing an article and revising another (and doing admissions for my department), I’ve returned to writing the book I started in April. I’ve been trying to write in the morning and do teaching and admin in the afternoons. To … Continue reading

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Comparing modes of writing

Stuart Elden has posted this response to an earlier post by Derek Gregory. The earlier post details Derek’s way of using visual presentations as the basis of how written work. Stuart’s response describes how he approaches the process in the … Continue reading

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