Category Archives: Work Hack

Theory from the South and Audiovisual Scholarship

The Johannesburg Workshop on Theory and Criticism published Volume 5 of its inhouse journal Salon (open access). The issue has a debate forum on the Comaroffs’ Theory from the South: Or, how Euro-America is Evolving toward Africa. I had seen something … Continue reading

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Antipode’s Regional Workshop Awards

The Antipode Foundation just announced a new “Regional Workshop Award” that provides £10,000 to “support radical geographers holding regionally based events (including conferences, workshops, seminar series, summer schools and action research meetings) which further radical analyses of geographical issues and engender … Continue reading

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On Academic Blogging

It’s always interesting to read about why people blog. Academic blogs are particular creatures that share similarities with, but are also distinct from, more journalistically oriented blogs. Over at the London School of Economics’ “Impact of Social Science” blog, Patrick … Continue reading

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Listserv Netiquette

Chances are you belong to a listserv. In fact, you probably belong to several. In recent weeks, I’ve been part of several discussions that basically boil down to questions around “Listserv Netiquette.” In one case, discussion surfaced over the volume … Continue reading

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