Timespace Geographies of Temporality
Clubbing Dancing, Ecstasy, Vitality
Edited By Jon May, Nigel Thrift
April 13, 2001
Timespace undermines the old certainties of time and space by arguing that these dimensions do not exist singly, but only as a hybrid process term. The issue of space has perhaps been over-emphasised and it is essential that processes of everyday existence, such as globalisation and environmental ...
Edited By David Atkinson, Klaus Dodds
May 31, 2000
Condemned as an intellectul poison by the late American geographer Richard Hartshbornem geopolitics has confounded its critics. Today it remains a popular and important intellectul field despite the persistent allegations that geopolitics helped to legitimate Hitler's policies of spatial ...
By Ronan Paddison, Chris Philo, Paul Routledge, Joanne Sharp
February 02, 2000
This book argues that practices of resistance cannot be separated from practices of domination, and that they are always entangled in some configuration. They are inextricably linked, such that one always bears at least a trace of the other that contaminates or subverts it.The team of ...
Edited By Mike Crang, Nigel Thrift
June 13, 2000
As theorists have begun using geographical concepts and metaphors to think about the complex and differentiated world, it is important to reflect on their work, and its impact on our thoughts on space. This revealing book explores the work of a wide range of prolific social theorists. Included...
By Ben Malbon
October 20, 1999
Clubbing explores the cultures and spaces of clubbing. Divided into three sections: Beginnings, The Night Out and Reflections, Clubbing includes first-hand accounts of clubbing experiences, framing these accounts within the relevant research and a review of clubbing in late-1990s Britain.Malbon ...