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La producción del hábitat

Al hablar de la producción social del hábitat, viene a la mente el término acuñado por la Habitat International Coalition, donde se entiende como hábitat social al conjunto de vivienda, infraestructura urbana y asentamientos concebidos como espacios habitables y no como producto mercancía. 743 more words

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Books received - Shakespeare, Mousnier, Lefebvre

Two OUP editions of Shakespeare, Roland Mousnier’s Peasant Uprisings – used by Foucault in Théories et institutions pénales, and two first editions of Lefebvre’s books in Axelos’s Arguments series.

Politics

[new book] Digital Cities: The Interdisciplinary Future of the Urban Geo-Humanities (2015)

A mid-length Palgrave Pivot book being released here.

‘Making a strong case for interdisciplinary layering as a way to represent the many layers – physical, social, aesthetic – of the city, Fraser’s visionary book is as much a meditation on the future of the digital humanities itself as it is on the city as an object of humanistic inquiry. 238 more words

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Journal of Architecture - various reviews of books by and on Henri Lefebvre

I’ve mentioned a couple of these before when online, but the latest issue of The Journal of Architecture has various review essays on books by and on Henri Lefebvre, including  9 more words

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Editing Henri Lefebvre's Metaphilosophy - doing his endnotes properly

Over the last few weeks I’ve been editing the translation of Lefebvre’s Metaphilosophy for Verso. Despite a very fine translation by David Fernbach, this has still taken some work. 1,392 more words

Martin Heidegger

All the pieces matter

Disclaimer: I’m no expert on American history, not at all. I’m keen that any theory I want to study be portable though, so I’m attempting here to look at a TV series I’ve been re-visiting through a particular lens. 1,255 more words

Housing

La pensée marxiste et la ville reviewed by Łukasz Stanek in Journal of Architecture

Lefebvre’s La pensée marxiste et la ville – forthcoming in translation from University of Minnesota Press – is reviewed by Łukasz Stanek in The Journal of Architecture (open access).

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