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The Beach Beneath the Street

If anyone can rescue the Situationist International from a descent into artistic inconsequentiality, it is McKenzie Wark. I always saw amongst their work sparks of interest, but limited sparks. 3,207 more words

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Henri Lefebvre, 'The Theory of Ground Rent and Rural Sociology' - translation and introduction now out in Antipode open access

A new translation of a piece by Lefebvre, along with an introduction, is now available in Antipode early view – both open access:

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Henri Lefebvre, Metaphilosophy - available to pre-order

Not out until February 2016, and not yet on the Verso site, but Henri Lefebvre’s Metaphilosophy is listed on PenguinRandomHouse and at a certain online store… 159 more words

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Graduate School (M.Arch.), Indigenous Architecture– Books on Indigenous Architecture

27th June 2015

Continuing from where we left off last time, I have compiled list of books and reading material one can refer to get a better understanding of the finer aspects of indigenous architecture. 902 more words

Indigenous

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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