Category Archives: Policing

“Police power is emergency power, always” – profiling, state power, and drones

The title for this post comes from Tyler Wall’s talk at the aforementioned “Reconfiguring Global Space” conference in Bloomington, Indiana. Priya Satia, Tyler Wall, Geoff Boyce, and Mark Neocleous presented in the first session on the first day of the … Continue reading

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Space, Politics and Aesthetics: New book by Mustafa Dikeç

Originally posted on Pop Theory:
I took part in a ‘conversation’ on the theme of Spaces of Democracy yesterday at UCL, organised by Liza Griffin and others, one of a series of events co-organised by the Bartlett School and the…

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