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Please see below for details of THREE forthcoming Spaces of Democracy and the Democracy of Space events:-

1] SPATIAL JUSTICE: RADICAL SPATIAL FOUNDATIONS A one-day workshop organised by Chantal Mouffe (node director), The Westminster Centre for the Study of Democracy, and Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos, The Westminster International Law & Theory Centre.
Keynote Addresses:
David Harvey
Doreen Massey
Mustafa Dikec, Engin Isin, Ruth Levitas, Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos, David Slater
19th November 2010, 10-6pm, The Pavilion, University of Westminster,
115 New Cavendish Street, London W1W 7UW
Admission free but places limited. Please contact Andrea Pavoni at to reserve your seat.

2] Two-day workshop on “Democratic Politics: Between Antagonism and Agonism. An International Symposium on the Work of Chantal Mouffe”
Friday, 26 November 2010, 10:30-7pm,
Saturday, 27 November 2010, 10:30-2pm
The Pavilion, University of Westminster,
115 New Cavendish Street, London W1W 6UW

Admission free but places limited. To reserve your place please email:

3] During 2009-2011, the new Rutgers University node has organized an extensive university-wide series of nearly two hundred lectures, colloquia, panel discussions, and other events exploring the theme of “Ecologies in the Balance.”

For the current academic year 2010-2011, they have designated a series of events to inaugurate the Spaces of Democracy initiative at Rutgers.

These include:

Oct 26 Etienne Balibar, Paris X-Nanterre, University of California-Irvine “Europe: the Final Crisis?
Oct 27 Matthew Jelacic, Architecture, University of Colorado “Traumatic Urbanization and its Consequences”
Oct 29 Carolyn Finney, Geography, University of California-Berkeley “There Goes the Neighborhood: Race, Resilience and Environmental Change”
Nov 19 Mazen Labban, Geography, University of Miami “State, Class, and Oil: Sovereignty Over Natural Resources, Nationalization, and Economic Development in Mexico, 1920-2000”
Feb 9 Ananya Roy, City and Regional Planning, University of California-Berkeley “The Urban Century: Ecologies and Epistemologies of Dwelling in the Global South”
Feb 23 Daniel Nepstad, Woods Hole Research Institute “Can Carbon Carry the Global Conservation Agenda?”
March 23 Sharyle Patton, Health and Environment Program, Commonweal “Our Body Burden of Toxic Chemicals: Implications for Chemical Policy

For details contact the new Rutgers node Directors: Joanna Regulska and Robert Lake
Joanna Regulska
Professor of Women’s Studies and Geography Dean of International
Programs School of Arts and Sciences Rutgers University
77 Hamilton Street
New Brunswick, NJ 08901 USA
tel 1-732-932-2699 ext 159
fax 1-732-932-1226

Robert W. Lake
Professor and Graduate Director
Director of the Doctoral Program
Bloustein School of Planning & Public Policy Rutgers University
33 Livingston Avenue, Suite 400
New Brunswick, NJ 08901 USA
tel 1-732-932-3133 ext 521
fax 1-732-932-2363


For “The Spaces of Democracy and the Democracy of Space” network website:

For Radical Politics Today magazine:<>

For more on the book What is radical politics today?, published in 2009 by Palgrave MacMillan:

Jonathan Pugh
Senior Academic Fellow
Director “The Spaces of Democracy and the Democracy of Space” network
School of Geography, Politics and Sociology
5th Floor Daysh Building
Newcastle University
Newcastle upon Tyne
United Kingdom
Honorary Fellow, The Centre for the Study of Democracy, University of Westminster

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