Sessions at the RGS-IBG

Sessions at the RGS-IBG

              Sessions i’m looking forward to this week at the RGS-IBG Annual Conference, Kensington Gore, London. Scrapheap Challenge for Everyday Security (I can’t make this one but it looks great) Towards a Creative Geopolitics (session 1 clashes with the above) Geographies of No-Man’s Lands (1 & 2) Post-graduate Snapshots: Engagements in … Continue reading

Air – published

Air – published

      My new book Air has just been published with Reaktion Books in their Earth series. I cannot wait to get my hands on the hardcopy and see it finally in print. PA  

Road to Paris – Arctic interview

The well known science policy commentator and @Guardian writer Alice Bell interviewed me recently as part of a wider series reflecting on the Arctic region as part of a series of events and initiatives leading up to the 2015 Climate Conference in Paris. The interview is reproduced here. KD

Soldiers on Social Media

Soldiers on Social Media

As part of the work we’ve been conducting on the military, social media communications and mobility, we were asked to write a very short piece for The Conversation. I’ll be talking more about this project on the Military Mobilities panel at the RGS-IBG Annual Conference. PA

Why politics needs arts & crafts

Originally posted on Protest Camps:
By Dr Anna Feigenbaum, lecturer in Media & Politics and contributor to the ‘Disobedient Objects’ exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum. Inflatable cobblestones, book blocs, musical pot lids. This week these objects joined the Victoria & Albert Museum’s collection, taking their place in design history alongside Grecian pottery and…

Thinking outside the Ice Cube

I’ve just posted a ‘reflections’ piece on the Ice Law Project blog, where I use the aims of the Ice Law Project to look back at testimony that I gave on Tuesday to the House of Lords Arctic Committee. In addition to interrogating the relationship between ice and politics, I consider some of the problems…

News

News

Things have been quite quiet on our blog for the last 4 weeks or so as some of us got a well earned break whilst our students are working on their summer dissertation projects. Alasdair Pinkerton (Alasdair has recently launched a No Man’s Land project with Durham Geographer and former colleague Noam Leshem, which he recently wrote … Continue reading