Tags » Henri Lefebvre

The “human being” (and not “mankind”) cannot do anything but inhabit as poet. If we do not provide her with (as an offering and a gift) the possibility of inhabiting poetically or of inventing a poetry, she will create it as best she can.

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Henri Lefebvre, Vers une architecture de la jouissance

While there is a published translation into English, Henri Lefebvre’s 1973 manuscript Vers une architecture de la jouissance has, until now, not been available in French. 33 more words

An Afternoon Spectacle

       By Danuta Hodgson and Naufiku Hamunime


In his book, The Practice of Everyday Life, Michel de Certeau (1984) wrote that maps have the ability to simplify cities and make them readable. 1,286 more words


Call for Papers

Spaces and Places

Toward a Geo-critical Study of Language, Literature, Culture and Politics

In Memory of Stuart Hall

8- 10 April 2015

The great obsession of the nineteenth century was, as we know, history: with its themes of development and of suspension, of crisis, and cycle… The present epoch will perhaps be above all the epoch of space… of simultaneity… of juxtaposition, the epoch of the near and far, of the side-by-side, of the dispersed. 638 more words

Cultural Studies

My interests beyond Cyber Security

Although I am on the cusp of about to start a DPhil at Oxford on Cyber Security. I am still fundamentally interested in Geography and its associated sub-disciplines. 293 more words

Forthcoming Publications - new page and some preprints

I’ve added a forthcoming publications page to the site, along with links to a few preprints. These are only for publications currently in production – it doesn’t include things under review or being drafted. 22 more words

Michel Foucault