Monthly Archives: March 2013

Originally posted on AntipodeFoundation.org:
Mazen Labban – visiting professor in the Department of Geography at Rutgers University, Antipode author (see here and here) and International Advisory Board member, and author of the excellent Space, Oil and Capital – here…

Originally posted on AntipodeFoundation.org:
Mazen Labban – visiting professor in the Department of Geography at Rutgers University, Antipode author (see here and here) and International Advisory Board member, and author of the excellent Space, Oil and Capital – here…

revive your city with philanthropy? innovations for export!

As I poured over a few articles from the Atlantic, I couldn’t help but notice the potential problems of viewing the city as a laboratory.  It first off views the city as something which can be contained, controlled, and managed

revive your city with philanthropy? innovations for export!

As I poured over a few articles from the Atlantic, I couldn’t help but notice the potential problems of viewing the city as a laboratory.  It first off views the city as something which can be contained, controlled, and managed

HABITUS capital FIELD doxa

It seems almost juvenile that I am only now engaging with Bourdieu in any critical way, but engineering disciplines do often lead to a reliance on scientific rationalism, not necessarily the area in which one encounter Bourdieu. But the bastardization

HABITUS capital FIELD doxa

It seems almost juvenile that I am only now engaging with Bourdieu in any critical way, but engineering disciplines do often lead to a reliance on scientific rationalism, not necessarily the area in which one encounter Bourdieu. But the bastardization

Latour and Marx

As I was reading Latour’s Politics  of Nature I began to think about the explicit relationship of the political ecology tradition with Marxist and socialist thought. It seems Latour is building on some of Marx’s ideas but tweaking them for

Latour and Marx

As I was reading Latour’s Politics  of Nature I began to think about the explicit relationship of the political ecology tradition with Marxist and socialist thought. It seems Latour is building on some of Marx’s ideas but tweaking them for

Hardt and Smith on Commonwealth on CSPAN

This is great! From September 17th, 2009. Smith has some good comments on revolution, and definitely disagrees on some of the arguments made in Multitude and Commonwealth.   Super interestingly though, Smith discusses the resolution of Foucault and Marx, claiming (as a

Hardt and Smith on Commonwealth on CSPAN

This is great! From September 17th, 2009. Smith has some good comments on revolution, and definitely disagrees on some of the arguments made in Multitude and Commonwealth.   Super interestingly though, Smith discusses the resolution of Foucault and Marx, claiming (as a