Monthly Archives: September 2013

a history of blackouts

Blackouts are pretty sobering events. They represent the fallibility and fragility of our electricity infrastructure. But these events are more common than you might think.  I recently came across The Blackout History Project organized by the researchers at the George Mason

a history of blackouts

Blackouts are pretty sobering events. They represent the fallibility and fragility of our electricity infrastructure. But these events are more common than you might think.  I recently came across The Blackout History Project organized by the researchers at the George Mason

Fallece Marshall Berman

Originally posted on multipliciudades:
El bueno de Marshall Berman nos dejó el pasado 11S, otra ironía del destino para una de las cabezas que mejor pensaron la ciudad de Nueva York. Cuando uno vuelve a Berman no puede evitar imaginarlo…

Fallece Marshall Berman

Originally posted on multipliciudades:
El bueno de Marshall Berman nos dejó el pasado 11S, otra ironía del destino para una de las cabezas que mejor pensaron la ciudad de Nueva York. Cuando uno vuelve a Berman no puede evitar imaginarlo…

Different forms of expertise in democratizing technological cultures, Wiebe E. Bijker

Originally posted on ANTHEM:
http://vimeo.com/11646377 Professor Wiebe E. Bijker in Giannino Bassetti Foundation Seminar “Different forms of expertise in democratising technological cultures: experiences from the current Societal Dialogue on Nanotechnologies in the Netherlands” Milan, 3 May 2010 part 2/4

Different forms of expertise in democratizing technological cultures, Wiebe E. Bijker

Originally posted on ANTHEM:
http://vimeo.com/11646377 Professor Wiebe E. Bijker in Giannino Bassetti Foundation Seminar “Different forms of expertise in democratising technological cultures: experiences from the current Societal Dialogue on Nanotechnologies in the Netherlands” Milan, 3 May 2010 part 2/4

David Harvey, A Companion to Marx’s Capital: Volume 2

Originally posted on Progressive Geographies:
Now out from Verso, David Harvey’s A Companion to Marx’s Capital: Volume 2. The first volume A Companion to Marx’s Capital appeared in 2010. Videos of the lectures on which these books are based are available…

David Harvey, A Companion to Marx’s Capital: Volume 2

Originally posted on Progressive Geographies:
Now out from Verso, David Harvey’s A Companion to Marx’s Capital: Volume 2. The first volume A Companion to Marx’s Capital appeared in 2010. Videos of the lectures on which these books are based are available…

CFP: Commoning as Differentiated Publicness

Originally posted on Becoming Poor:
Footprint Issue #16: Commoning as Differentiated Publicness: emerging concepts of the urban and other material realities In the midst of the present global economic crisis that resulted as a consequence of the financial meltdown of real…

CFP: Commoning as Differentiated Publicness

Originally posted on Becoming Poor:
Footprint Issue #16: Commoning as Differentiated Publicness: emerging concepts of the urban and other material realities In the midst of the present global economic crisis that resulted as a consequence of the financial meltdown of real…

planning as fiction: sustainability/apocalypse

This weekend I had the pleasure of speaking with a good friend, a fellow student, and urban theorist. Whenever we speak, I feel like we have really great discussions about urban theory, planning theory, and about other things we have

planning as fiction: sustainability/apocalypse

This weekend I had the pleasure of speaking with a good friend, a fellow student, and urban theorist. Whenever we speak, I feel like we have really great discussions about urban theory, planning theory, and about other things we have