On this page you can find information, including links to various blog posts, about my book, The Priority of Injustice: Locating Democracy in Critical Theory.
A further elaboration of the relevance of the book, for those in GeographyLand in particular, is available here: Geography and the priority of injustice in the Annals of the Association of American Geographers. My further thoughts on the themes of ‘the ordinary’ and ‘structure’ at work in the book, under the title ‘The all too human geographies of justice’) are here (part of the review forum in Political Geography mentioned below). My further thoughts on how the book engages with established conventions of ‘critique’ in social science and humanities can be found here (part of the review forum in The AAG Review of Books also listed below).
Reviews and Commentaries:
Stephen Przybylinski review in Annals of AAG Review of Books.
Geography and the priority of injustice, Geography, UCL, 1st November, 2018.
Author Meets Critics Session, RGS-IBG Annual Conference, Cardiff, 29th August 2018.
Author Meets Critics Session, AAG Annual Meeting, New Orleans, April 12th 2018.
Geography and the priority of injustice, School of Geography and Planning, Cardiff University, 4th December, 2017.
Pop Theory on The Priority of Injustice: