I just received this book in the mail. I think it is already out. I have a piece on democracy and Turkey in it, and there look to be a whole host of excellent chapters on offer as well!
Somewhere there are still peoples and herds, but not where we live, my brothers: here there are states. State? What is that? Well! Now open your ears to me, for now I shall speak to you about the death of peoples. State is the name of the coldest of all cold monsters. Coldly it tells … Continue reading
The article mentioned in the post I just reblogged, on the university protests in Amsterdam, is available for free (for now) here.
Originally posted on AntipodeFoundation.org:
by Ewald Engelen, Universiteit van Amsterdam On Wednesday evening, 25 February, a group of approximately 1,500 students marched towards the main administrative building of the University of Amsterdam, on the Spui, smack in the middle of the old city centre. Two days earlier the students had been forcefully removed from…
ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies Volume 13, issue 3, 2014 Edited by the ACME Editorial Collective Special Thematic Intervention Section: Principled Engagement: Political Ecologists and Their Interactions Outside of the Academy Guest edited by Ian G. Baird and Michael B. Dwyer Principled Engagement: Political Ecologists and Their Interactions Outside the Academy. Introduction to a Set … Continue reading
Antipode Foundation Scholar-Activist Project Awards are grants of up to GB£10,000 to support collaborations between academics, non-academics and activists (from NGOs, think tanks, social movements, or community grassroots organisations, among other places) that further radical analyses of geographical issues and engender the development of a new and better society. They are aimed at promoting programmes … Continue reading
The debtors’ revolt has begun! Support the strikers On Monday, former students of Corinthian Colleges Inc. declared a debt strike by refusing to pay their federal loans. These former students — who call themselves the Corinthian 15 — are the first to take such a bold stand against the current student debt crisis. At the same time, … Continue reading
For those who will be in London on March 24, this one-day postgraduate conference on radical history might be of interest — programme and registration details are available here: https://radicalhistoryconference.wordpress.com.
We are pleased to inform you that issue 29 of CIDADES, Comunidades e Territórios (Cities, Communities and Territories), DINÂMIA’CET-IUL’s journal in Urban Studies, is now available online. We would also like to remind you that the subscription and download of all articles is freely available. CIDADES is presently indexed by SciELO, Latindex, IBSS e EBSCO. … Continue reading
Hillary Wainwright does good stuff over at Red Pepper, and she has an excellent in-depth article here on Syrzia that susses out some of the nuances of what is going on, nuances that the interview with a leading Syrzia intellectual (that I posted recently) did not bring out. The piece argues that Syrzia is more … Continue reading