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Jairus Grove: Doing Stuff With Things: From Governmentality to Feral Assemblages

Jairus Grove (University of Hawaii): "Doing Stuff With Things: From Governmentality to Feral Assemblages". Talk Given at the "Posthuman Security Ethics" Work...

27 April. People, Past, and Place: John Morrissey, National University of Ireland Galway

27 April. People, Past, and Place: Studies in Irish Historical Geography II 'Foucault and the Colonial Subject: Emergent Forms of Colonial Governmentality in...

Audra Mitchell: Thinking Outside of the Circle: Enormities and the Ethical Geography of Harm

Audra Mitchell (University of York): Thinking Outside of the Circle: Enormities and the Ethical Geography of Harm. Paper given at the "Posthuman Security Eth...

Post-Grad Conference: Geographies of Sexuality Presentation

This is a presentation I gave on April 11th, 2013. This is a component of my MPhil thesis looking at sexuality and governmentality. The video should explain ...

Gender and Revolutions: Rethinking the "Women Question" in the Modern Middle East

http://thebrooklyninstitute.com/bisr_course/gender-and-revolutions-rethinking-the-women-question-in-the-modern-middle-east/ Female reformers and revolutionar...

Alan Winfield: "Robotics and Posthuman Security Ethics"

Alan Winfield: "Robotics and Posthuman Security Ethics". Talk given at the "Posthuman Security Ethics" workshop, 26-7 June 2014, University of York (UK) Phot...

Interview of Paul Rabinow, part one

An interview of Paul Rabinow on 31 October 2008 by Alan Macfarlane, on the life and work of this anthropologist and analyst of science All revenues donated t...

Martin Coward: "Between National and Critical: Infrastructure Protection, Performance and Identity"

Martin Coward (University of Newcastle): "Between National and Critical: Infrastructure Protection, Performance and Identity". Talk given at the "Posthuman S...

Erika Cudworth and Stephen Hobden: War and the Unposed Question of the Animal

Erika Cudworth and Stephen Hobden (University of East London) "War and the Unposed Question of the Animal". Talk given at the "Posthuman Security Ethics" wor...

Maria Kaika explains Political Ecology

Maria Kaika explains what is political ecology.

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