Monthly Archives: November 2008

Paper Abstract – Strange Times: Aliens, Ghosts, and the Non-Event

This is my paper proposal for the CFP here, for the conference Affirmation, Negation, and the Politics of Late-Capitalism. Any questions or comments on the project are welcome.

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“I’m an anarchist. Power to the people!”

There is a truth to the cliche, popular amongst centrist politicians in these woeful economic times, that economic stability and ecological health are elements of national security. McCain said it, Obama said it, even Bush started leaning in this direction … Continue reading

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Schizoanalysis 2.5: Notes on Organization

I just want to add a few brief points to clarify the conclusion of this post. So to sum up, I see schizoanalysis as a method of developing new organizational structures within existing social groups, on the basis of a … Continue reading

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The Double Maverick

From the LA Times: It was almost nine years ago that John McCain’s quest for the White House began in the basement of Peterborough’s town hall. McCain had held a few scattered town hall meetings in New Hampshire before then, … Continue reading

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