Friday, 3 December 2010

Nigel Clark: Beyond Justice? The Radical Asymmetries of Climate Change


Photo: Nigel Clark

Nigel Clark's lecture 'Beyond Justice? The Radical Asymmetries of Climate Change' was presented at the Department of Geography, King’s College, London on 19th October, 2010. We interviewed him about it last week, and now Nigel has agreed to let us reproduce the full text of his lecture exclusively on the TCS Blog.

Read more on the desire for justice, the importance of the body in our ‘learning to be affected’ by climate change, and on the possibility of asymmetrical gestures

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Wednesday, 1 December 2010

John W.P. Phillips: On how Slavoj Zizek doesn’t know how to read


Photo: John W.P. Phillips

Following an interview with John Phillips on the TCS Blog in September, we asked him to follow-up on some of his references and claims. Here is his third and final (for now) post: on deconstruction, the possibility of impossibility, and how Slavoj Žižek doesn’t know how to read







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Monday, 29 November 2010

Mike Featherstone pays tribute to David Frisby








Mike Featherstone pays tribute to David Frisby, Emeritus Professor at the London School of Economics, who died just over a week ago.



Photo: David Frisby 26th March 1944 - 20th November 2010








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