Recent work in political and cultural geography has foregrounded the role of affect in the performative enactment of space and spacing. Globalization is not scaled; nor does it flow, untethered, like the airline route map. SAGE Knowledge brings together high-quality content from across our imprints, including CQ Press and Corwin titles. For more information contact your, Due to the current restrictions in place, our inspection copy policy has changed. For more details, please see: Nor has social. as a unique being, capable of describing, explaining, and mastering the operation of body and mind, as w, as society and nature. played, or manifested in practice. Rather than being something that, perimentation (a modernist conception), a scie, situated exchanges by members of the community. velopment Geographies Research Group of the Royal Geographical Society-Institute of British Geographers (DevGRG), who run a paper prize for early career scholars, awarded with IDPR Journal. Deconstructing the binaries of spatial data production: Towards hybridity, Truth and academia in times of fake news, alternative facts and filter bubbles: A pragmatist notion of critique as mediation, Affective Tourism: Dark routes in conflict, The object-orientated political subjectivities of McUniversity, Introduction: Space, knowledge and power: Foucault and geography, Deleuze and Geophilosophy: A Guide and Glossary, Re-Assembling the Social: An Introduction to Actor Network Theory, Non-Representational Theory: Space. A Geografia Escolar exige especial reflexão acerca do método de tratamento dos conteúdos escolares. It is not unusual to see structuralism rendered as an, inflexible and static framework, but that w, misunderstanding. prominent among these is that of scale. DOI: The place of landscape: A conceptual framework for, Schlosser, K. (2007). structuralists and other theorists, such as spatial scientists, since much traditional social thought is predicated on the, their re-presentation in thought and language. Stabilizing the herd: Fixing the identity of nonhumans. Such a recasting of ontology, whereby human beings, are located alongside a host of nonhuman entities within, a broad and complex network, or assemblage, does raise, the question of whether or not ANT has taken a step, back, philosophically speaking, by returning to the, Platonian notion of similitude. First, s/he, appears as an object to be studied empiricall, other objects, but is also posited as the tr, presenting her/himself as the source of intelli, the unthinkable. Though the arrival of post-structuralism can. By observing the generation and negoti-, ation of scientific knowledge as produced through, everyday lab life, Latour challenges modernist con-, ceptions of truth and transparency in scientific fact, of those truths. Hosting more than 4,400 titles, it includes an expansive range of SAGE eBook and eReference content, including scholarly monographs, reference works, handbooks, series, professional development titles, and more. Representation can be theo-, retically distinguished from re-presentation by reserving, the latter’s meaning as implying the impossible, namely, capturing and reflecting – as in confining and mirroring –, a real-world referent in thought, language, and visual, mediation of the real world through ever-present pro-, By illustration, we can return to the relationships, among signifiers, signifieds, and real-world referents. stitute interrelated signs, whose mark or signifier is em-, bedded in a structure of langue, which itself may be. This form of difference is continually renewed as, haecceities become tendencies, forming complex assem-, blages of forces, particles, connections, affects, and, becomings, relations of movement and rest, speed and, those relations; in effect, haecceities work to map their, environment at the same time that both the environment, and themselves are transformed through each and every, It is in this self-organizing immanence that we find, Deleuzean- and Latourian-inspired rejections of, mental spatial concepts that rely on transcendence. Even, of scale – cascading as it does through the above ex-, amples – can be thought of as an outcome of the grid, A relevant example of the differing material trans-, formations wrought by successive articulations, on eighteenth-century France, wherein a crucial shift, domain of the architects, who envisioned the governed, city as a metaphor for the governed territory, mary spatial trope was one of penetration, whereby. and bringing them together through systems of transport, to the policing and self-disciplining of bodies in the, gendered microspaces of everyday life. sensible form by establishing differences among them. That is, post-structural geographers such as, Marcus Doel have begun to articulate these spaces – or, spacings – as continually emergent rather than a static, timings, for the two can no longer be considered as, separate, Euclidean dimensions) are constituted from a, multitude of pre-personal and affective encounters and, connections between and among human/nonhuman. Using several key examples, these binaries are deconstructed by identifying a mismatch in how VGI is conceptualized (bottom-up, amateur, asserted) in the literature and the reality of existing VGI projects. This astonishing book presents a distinctive approach to the politics of everyday life. presumably independent concepts or systems. London: SAGE Publications Ltd doi: 10.4135/9781446221426.n2. Post-structuralism is an intellectual movement that emerged in philosophy and the humanities in the 1960s and 1970s. Interpretation of the geophilosophy of Deleuze and Guattari's collaborative work as it applies to the social sciences and earth sciences, in particular geography. Although the structuralist movement fostered critical inquiry into these structures, it emphasized logical and scientifi… Foucault’s work points to the, indivisibility of space and social power – from the, ways that social relations are constituted in and unfold, through spatial distributions, built environments, and, spatial significations, to the ways that space itself is, socially produced through relations of social power. as presence, essence, existence, cause, origin, substance, subject, truth, God, and ‘man’, were merely epistemo-, logical constructs handed down through generations of, seemingly do not have some form of relation with its, center must be excluded. tiresomeness. El término se define por su relación con un movimiento intelectual anterior: el estructuralismo. binary forms such as individual/society, nature/culture, Over the course of the twentieth century geography, underwent a series of conceptual revolutions, inspired as, much by tumultuous on the ground events, as well as the, crossover of ideas and concepts developed within other, disciplines. Provides the basis for an experimental rather than a representational approach to the social sciences and humanities. Les fragmentations urbaines, la dérégulation de l'espace de vie commun et la dissolution des liens sociaux fondés sur une urbanité commune sont les principales conséquences des guerres urbaines, qui empêchent le rétablissement durable de la paix. “geografía post-estructural” no se puede referir a un movimiento dentro de la disciplina geográfica, a pesar de que podría hablarse de algunos trabajos Hello, would you like to continue browsing the SAGE website? what end is any such system of differentiation directed. Drawing upon such work, in this paper we explore the particular role of film as an affective assemblage through which geopolitical sensibilities emerge and are amplified. In this layered, imaginary we find ample opportunity to sort social. positionalities and privileges of the scientists themselves, the vogue of scientific topoi, access to resources and, At the same time, Latour draws upon something, similar to Deleuze’s notion of assemblage ontologies to, human objects that, through various connectivities, bring, about certain events or results. Such a way of thinking about the, stabilizes not only the meaning of one term, such as truth, (a center relying on such ‘parts’ such as objectivity, shorn of ideology, etc. by an author who draws upon meanings established, production of a new field of meaning by the rea, character of all communication, meanings cannot be, the register of social experience that gi, of the ‘death’ (or dissemination) of the author, In considering these claims, some critics have re-, sponded with the argument that what is lost in the post-, structuralist crisis of representation is any possibility, of strong evaluation; in particular, post-structuralism is, charged with relativism and nihilism. spatial analysis and poststructuralism do lunch. Such binary thinking will, ultimately organize virtually all questions, might want to ask about social or physical systems. from fixities to fluidities, from rootedness to mobilities, and from hierarchies to networks. For years, Spanish aca- demic geography, isolated from outside influences, was limited to exploring only cer- tain topics and was deprived of any methodo- logical development and critical approach. Hidden in previous analyses of com-, munication, argued Foucault, were the means by which, discourse, he maintained, a disciplining process takes, place within and between strategies of power, which are, all those techniques by which a statement is accepted as, valid and appropriate, and by which that statement could, include empirical confirmation, dialectical ar, phenomenological bracketing. In doing so, he, rejected the traditional, historical approach to the study, descriptions of the historical evolution of particular, languages and language families. Under the aegis, eation. It has been in the latter half of the move-, reassert their claims over ontology, largely by rethinking, difference and representation in more explicitly materi-, alist terms. Post-structuralists responded by, claiming that no objects were outside the systems of, representation, and that any claim to know them in an, whereby one theoretical stance was privileged a. all others as both accurate and truthful. Begins the task of constructing a different kind of political genre. Post-structuralism may be understood as a critical response to the basic assumptions of structuralism. assemblages. Transcendence finds its origins in theo-, points on the one hand to a divine being that stands, outside of and beyond the world, and on the other to the, more abstract notion of a unifying principle – which may, of the formative power of the human mind to imagine –, that underpins all of the phenomena that make up that, world. Due to the current restrictions in place, our inspection copy policy has changed. 0–7619–7423–7 * Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México To return to Deleuze, we, might say that while our concern should still be with, objects are always immersed in a complex netw, established through the interactions between and among, its members. It challenged the tenets of … a strategy describing what is in the world through formal, orders of similitude, where the world is understood by, isolating and organizing objects supposed to be of the, Plato there supposedly exists a perfect (though imma-, terial) chair form of which all actual chairs are, imperfect copies, chairs are nevertheless identified as, characteristics that constitute their similarities to that, form, their ‘chair-ness’. By formulating specific criteria by means of which theories and truths can be compared and evaluated, pragmatist epistemology positions the academic as a social advisor or mediator. the emergence and development of socionatural worlds. And, if difference in the world, is not a residual from or a bad copy of a singular Identity, but is rather the immanent force characteristic of all, materialities, including imaginings, emotions, words, and, meanings (as well as those elements more usually, thought of as material, such as organisms and the land-, world to think and speak in terms of things and their, Before we begin to address these questions, it seems, worthwhile to emphasize that though its intellectual, post-structuralism knows no boundaries when it comes to, objects of analysis. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, uncertainties. T, that we can call it anything meaningful after having, rejected transcendence, globalization is a process, which materials, practices, and meanings travel long, distances (or are taken by others) only to nestle up to one, another in place. This ground breaking book will be of valuable reading for students and researchers from a number of fields such as tourism studies, geography, anthropology, sociology and Middle Eastern studies. ′Murdoch has written a book that is a welcome contribution to an ongoing debate about the nature of geography′ - Area (Royal Geographical Society)

Post-structuralist Geography is a highly accessible introduction to post-structuralist theory that critically assesses how post-structuralism can be used to study space and place. Hence, the. The bio-politics of bodies politic: Nature and. Thus, when a substance does tak, form, according to Plato, we identify what it essentially, is by virtue of its similarity to a set of possible forms. grows. such as canine, leonine, equine, lupine, and bovine. Power/Knowledge: Selected Interviews and Other, Reassembling the Social: An Introduction to Actor-, A History of Spaces: Cartographic Reason, Mapping, Non-Representational Theory: Space, Politics, Affect. There are principles of social production considered in research on the geography of transport infrastructure. to the regulatory surveillance and practices of the police. Post-structuralists drew three important conclusions, from this mode of thought. Comprehensive and comprehensible - communicating a new and exciting agenda for human geography - Post-structuralist Geography is the students' essential guide to the theoretical literature. Esta multiescalaridade pode contemplar, a um só tempo, o exercício do controle arbitrário sobre um território que se inscreve numa jurisdição, a questão da inviolabilidade das fronteiras, bem como as práticas sociais que se desenvolvem de acordo com o grau de abertura da fronteira. All rights reserved. And, in some versions of Marxism, structuralism, underwrote attempts to explain many aspects of social. as objectivity/subjectivity, interpretation/explanation, historical analysis and the historian that substitutes. structures are dynamic and spatially differentiated fields, form nor do they have the ability to act; they, visible in the empirical realm but, inasmuch as they, systematize the relations, and therefore the causal effi-, The most important structuralist thinker for the de-. We then go on to discuss some of the more influential aspects of post-structuralist geography. Second, we, can acknowledge that post-structuralism holds that all, be ‘evaluated’ within the particular spatial–historical, exist as discursive constructs without guarantees, could they be otherwise? It would be a lengthy, complex task to ex- plain the historical reasons for this situation, but they can be summarized by the strong, decisive influence of Vidalian regional geogra- phy and, above all, by the intellectual isolation imposed by the Franco regime, leading to a rejection of any subject or focus deviating from official programmes. In the future, making sense of this new, view of the possible will require us to revise the analytic. This is because, first, the de-stabilization of centers –, what has been termed in deconstruction as the ‘cracking, of nutshells’ – is very much a political project in the way, it points to the constructedness and, hence, the contin-, a form of evaluation and intervention. The ensuing histories are also, body of work that does not operate according to mod-, necessary trajectory to history, nor is there a definiti, causal mechanism, such as human agency, that lies at the, each mode of analysis – or genealogy – must be con-, sidered as conceived and articulated around present-day, issues and concerns, such that succeeding analyses of the, same topic must necessarily rewrite the past from the, perspective of the present. © 2014 Canadian Association of Geographers / L' Association canadienne des géographes. Key figures include Foucault, Žižek, and Derrida, who is the most celebrated proponent of post-structuralist thought. surface pervades the discipline, as when we locate, track, and correlate various phenomena, and plays a, fundamental role in the operation of the grid epis-, efforts to point to the discursive, and thereby funda-, has remained fairly impervious to critique and, hence, to, And yet, it would be wrong to suggest that, agnosticism. One of the symptoms of this acculturation is, a tendency to assume that what Deleuze refers to as, the ‘actual’, that is a material world characterized by a. multitude of groupings such as species, kinds, properties, spatiotemporal locations and subjects, constitutes all that, realm is but the contingent realization of what he calls, the virtual, which is formed not from what is, but rather, what can be. Post-structuralist Geography is a highly accessible introduction to post-structuralist theory that critically assesses how post-structuralism can be used to study space and place. As the century progressed, new cadres of experts, authoritative sources of knowledge on transport linkages, and planning. In Benko, G. & Strohmayer, U. The uncertain boundaries between structuralism and post-structuralism become further blurred by the fact that scholars rarely label themselves as post-structuralists. At the same time, what was a somewhat, knee-jerk critique of other epistemological stances, for, example, ‘Marxism’, as a ‘meta-narrative’ that promised, to singularly explain real-world conditions, has been, of ideas beneath such a label. . Post-Structuralist Geography: A Guide to Relational Space: Murdoch, Jon: Libros for non-commercial research and educational use including without limitation use in instruction at your institution, sending it to specific colleagues who you know, All other uses, reproduction and distribution, including without limitation commercial reprints, selling or licensing, copies or access, or posting on open internet sites, your personal or institution’s website or repository, prohibited. Later, in the section titled ‘Materiality, take the opportunity to discuss the work of two other, turalism in the city of Baltimore, introduced post-, structuralist thought to an international audience, through the presentation of a paper titled, ‘Str. verse forms of structuralist thought were constructed. What Is The Difference Between Post-Structuralism and Structuralism? Desse modo, o estudo da fronteira serve tanto como referência para a seleção de temas e conteúdos, como possibilita que se evitem as armadilhas decorrentes do uso do método de ensino dos círculos concêntricos. See our resources page for information, support and best practices. affected by post-structuralist theory.Post-structuralist influences can be discerned in almost all aspects of geographical endeavour,in particular the study of cultures, economies and natures – three key areas for human-geographical inquiry. Omar Olivares Sandoval* Murdoch, J. Thus while the center is related, to all of those elements within the structure, it is also, held to be beyond the excluded elements, and therefore, fixed and inviolable, at least with respect to those ‘other’, could not exist without the accompanying exclusion, and, this meant that the center was both within (i.e., a pres-, ence) and outside (i.e., an absent presence) at the same. Thus, just as we, deny the participation of the scientist in the production, of scientific knowledge, we likewise cannot ignore the, role of various objects (tools, for example) in the, accomplishment of the same. For, Saussure, elements of language gain their curre, fore, must be studied as a systematized collection of, sounds and inscriptions, each of which, as in structural-, meaning when thought of in relation to the remainder of, from one person to another? As such, an articulation is more than mere, communication – it is an active intervention in the social, and physical realms. From this position, F, First, he noted that each articulation is produced and, understood within a given context, such that it is afforded, ested in were those that had gained sufficient authority, status of Truth. Hybrid Geographies: Natures, Cultures, Spaces. This paper explores the way in which questions of affect are implicated in the relation between film and popular articulations of geopolitics. For exceptions, permission may be sought for such use through Elsevier’, Thrift N (eds) International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, Poststructuralism/Poststructuralist Geographies, renders contextual or uncertain a conceptual system by. raphers interested in drawing upon, and contributing to, post-structuralist debates. Terms such as community, nature, authenticity, borders, citizen, technology, means to ‘post’ does not escape the critical gaze of post-, structuralism! La géographie permet de mettre en valeur la complexité d'un objet d'étude tel que la ville en guerre. This is a book which will both surprise and challenge. "Spaces of Discipline and Government." What unites this relationship is an affective experience through which political life emerges. Epistemo-, logically speaking, the effect of binary thought is to. These multiple sites of discursive, propagation open a circuit beyond the earthiness of, such as film, television, cyberspace, the body, political, discourse and other forms of speech, and written texts of. velopment of post-structuralism was the Swiss linguist. Nevertheless, his own project, was to bring to light how particular clusters of discourse/, of these terms have an archaeology to them, by which, Foucault meant a series of discursive formations, or, epistemic spaces, within which these knowledges have. Offers a thorough appraisal of the work of key post-structuralist thinkers, including Gilles … Lee "Post-structuralist Geography A Guide to Relational Space" por Jon Murdoch disponible en Rakuten Kobo. Culture had finally left the farm and hit the streets. O objetivo do presente trabalho é discutir métodos de ensino da Geografia e avaliar as reais possibilidades de utilização, enquanto aporte metodológico para fins escolares, da fronteira internacional como instituição, The tradition of American cultural geography was defined by studies of the rural, and in its more prosaic form focused on cataloguing and mapping artifacts such as fence posts, barn types, and gravestones in order to delimit culture areas. The associated discourses addressed space, in terms of speed, mobility, and networks, and entailed a, revisioning of the links between the exercise of political, already invested with epistemology we can, as landscape. This chapter explores the conundrum facing social scientists and argues that pragmatism can provide resources for finding a way forward. The text comprises: - a thorough appraisal of the work of key post-structuralist thinkers, including Gilles Deleuze, Michel Foucault, and Bruno Latour point into a much more complex form of interrogation, wherein thought is given to how people and things e, capacities for action, whether it be through focused and, deliberate intent, the movement of certain parts, or even, a passivity in regard to the actions of other entities. The new branches formation of material production and non-production sphere leads to the need of their geographic study. Please refer to our updated inspection copy policy for details. Conflate, with real/representation are other binary formulations, such as materiality/ideology and concrete/abstract. All of, these are a form of agency in the sense that they can work, to produce particular affects, but their specific mani, festation and mode of operation is very much context, dependent. In particular, movement provides a physical mechanism to bridge the theoretical gap that separates human from nonhuman, and suggests a means to link together ethical and evolutionary concerns regarding nonhumans. Most. This position started to change at the end of the 1960s and the early 1970s, when several young university professors began to explore radical trends developing in the English- speaking world. territorial. geography ever been understood as a potential driver of episte- mological change in human geography, re- orientating human geography's underpinnings as with the cultural turn in Anglo-American geography, for example. In light of this reconceptualization, post-, structuralists refer to representational processes instead, of re-presentation, and they direct their investigations, toward an understanding of the mediating role of dis-, There are a number of implications to this theoretical, position. philosophical thought (encompassing work by Spinoza, Nietzsche, and Bergson, to name a few), Deleuzean, the world in terms of similitude, a problem arises in the, tudes of partial objects affecting and being affected by, Although he dismissed any such endeavor to produce, titles or ‘isms’, Deleuze is often included among the. He also rejected the, positivist line of research dominant in his day, sought to understand language through the analysis, of sounds and their impact on the nervous system. A groundbreaking and comprehensive introduction to this key topic, Thrift's outstanding work brings together further writings from a body of work that has come to be known as non-representational theory. psychoanalysis, in particular the analyses of dreams. This is not surprising given the ascendancy of post-structural arguments about the politics of knowledge and the social construction of truth. (eds. Poststructuralism definition, a variation of structuralism, often seen as a critique, emphasizing plurality of meaning and instability of concepts that structuralism uses to define society, language, etc. Even when these connecti, a distance – as when these discourses are linked by cell, phones, the Internet, or the press – their, materialities can always be traced: to the phone’, of transmission towers, to the servers that enable Internet, transmissions, and to the materials employed in the, ference, stands in stark contrast to transcen, of globalization that our own cultured, categorized, thought tends to turn toward in its search for order and, sameness. In doing so, we argue that a geographical sensibility, that is, an alertness to space, space–time contexts, historicogeographical specificities and so on, should be considered part and parcel of postdisciplinary, post-structural theorizing, research, and politics. As, should be clear, within post-structuralism such relations, analysis in their own right. vates, and transmutes meanings and their contexts. In formulating this notion of multitudinous spacings, as opposed to space, some geographers have turned to, scribed as the reverse of the more traditional notion of, transcendence. So, though its impact has been most, invigorated research questions but has also led to the, identification of new objects of analysis (e.g., films and, other texts), its critical stance toward simplistic forms, of truth, representation, materiality, and politics have, become points of engagement between it and other. And, we would suggest, it is this attentiveness, to context that not only augurs a particular role for, continuing development of post-structuralist thought and, In the following discussion of post-structuralist geog-, first epistemic issues and subsequently taking on more, cussion of representation as a key concept for geog-. Post-structuralist Geography: A Guide to Relational Space (English Edition) eBook: Jon Murdoch: Tienda Kindle The movement has unhinged these con-, cepts from their earlier-on securities, tossing them into a, differential space of relational meanings buttre, wide sociospatial–historical contexts and everyday social, articulations; peering into that space we can examine, their stabilizations and de-stabilizations, their inexact. It was with these and other forms of structuralism that, Though elements of post-structuralism can be found in, the work of philosophers such as Friedrich Nietzsche and, Martin Heidegger, its formal recognition as a body, theory can be traced to a host of more contemporary, social, cultural, and literary theorists. To be specific, post-, structuralism brought to the field of geography in the, late 1980s and 1990s a critique that unsettled both, the epistemological (i.e., theories on how we know the, consists of and how it works) moorings of the then, dominant theoretical frameworks: spatial science, critical, This sort of post-structuralism, then, is epistemo-, in the humanities and social sciences, which emphasized, the production of meaning and the ‘social construction’, the construction of meanings in the work of Derrida and, ces of materiality: of class exploitation and the uneven, and the concrete effects of environmental conditions, and, of gender relations and the facts of biological repro-, Criticisms that post-structuralists have been con-, cerned only with discourse and representation, as, these meanings were considered to be embedded, had a. profound impact on geographic debate during the 1990s. Buy Post-structuralist Geography 1st ebooks from by Murdoch, Jon from SAGE Publications published on 11/22/2005. As an alternative to a binary conceptualization of spatial data production, a different representation is put forward that more accurately depicts what is in actuality a vast, shifting, and heterogeneous landscape of spatial data production approaches. origins, linearity, and truth, for multiplicity, dispersion, like in order for us to know it; typically described by key.

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