Do You Live In A City? Hmm. Let's Find Out. Saskia Sassen. Theory Talks: Theory Talk #20: David Harvey. What is, according to you, the biggest challenge / principal debate in current IR (International Relations)?
And what is your position or answer to this challenge / in this debate? I think the principal challenge is to theorize ‘correctly’ the relationship between the territoriality of political power and the spatiality of capital accumulation. To clarify that statement, one has to inquire into the nature of these respective processes. What are, for instance, capital flows? It is capital constantly moving around in space and time and therefore constitutes almost a molecular kind of flow or movement.
I’ve tried to work out for myself how to think about these two logics but I understand that my answers might not necessarily be the correct ones, but I think we should be having a far more serious debate on that question. How did you arrive at where you currently are in IR? What would a student need to become a specialist in IR or understand the world in a global way? Mackinder. Related links. Design History and Theory. Univ.Prof.
Alison J. Clarke PhD, MA (RCA) BA (Hons) Design History MA (RCA) History of Design with Distinction PhD. (Lond.) Social Anthropology Chair, Department Design History and Theory Research Director Victor. Email Alison J. She joined the University of Applied Arts Vienna, as a full-professor in 2003 having previously held a senior faculty position in Design History and Material Culture at the Royal College of Art, London. Society for Visual Anthropology » Blog Archive » Visual Research Conference, CFP 2012. Society for Visual Anthropology. A Global Hub for Thinking About Things. Book.aspx. Material Cultures - Why Some Things Matter D Miller Ed. The Meaning of Emergent Urbanism, after A New Kind of Science. Business. technology. design. The Creativity Post.
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Accolades Imagine an environment where concepts and notes, images, as well as URLs, file objects and datasets of rows and columns can all be placed together on the same page and governed within a single structure and metadata (tags, relationships), and you will get an idea of what VUE is all about. VUE is a very ambitious project whose simple interface belies the power and potential that it has to offer.
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Click for full image Using VUE The two maps shown here are an example of how we use the program. They show simplified life cycle production chains. Creating Extensive Charts To make this graphic, we used VUE's standard features: nodes, links, and layers. Additional Applications of VUE We sometimes export VUE maps as PDFs and modify their colors and aesthetics in a vector editing software. All of our work is Creative Commons BY-SA-NC licensed, so as long as you credit Except, you are free to reuse it. Except is a team of researchers, consultants and designers who focus on topics relating to sustainability and the world around us. Untitled. Next American City.
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