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Failures of Interest (2020)
Journal Article

What kind of failure is it to lose interest and detach from a project, empirical scene, or cause? Should we always stay interested in our work and attempt to interest others? Through discussion of two ongoing but perhaps failed projects alongside ref... Read More about Failures of Interest.

Affective Life and Cultural Economy: Payday Loans and the Everyday Space-Times of Credit-Debt in the UK (2019)
Journal Article

Analysing the affective geographies of digitally mediated payday loans in the UK, this paper advocates and exemplifies an approach to cultural economy that focuses on how economic worlds are affectively animated and lived. Supplementing the two versi... Read More about Affective Life and Cultural Economy: Payday Loans and the Everyday Space-Times of Credit-Debt in the UK.

Everyday Brexits (2017)
Journal Article

In this commentary we explore how geographers might respond to the event of ‘Brexit’ – the decision and process of the United Kingdom to leave the European Union after the referendum of 23 June 2016. Although it is necessary to understand the ways in... Read More about Everyday Brexits.

Neoliberal Affects (2015)
Journal Article

Claims about neoliberalism and its geographies frequently involve assumptions about the affective life of neoliberalism and/or neoliberal societies. However, existing cultural approaches to neoliberalism as a discursive formation, an ideology or gove... Read More about Neoliberal Affects.

Population and Affective Perception: Biopolitics and Anticipatory Action in US Counterinsurgency Doctrine. (2011)
Journal Article

This paper analyses the biopolitical logics of current US counterinsurgency doctrine in the context of the multiple forms of biopower that make up the “war on terror”. It argues that counterinsurgency doctrine aims to prevent spectral networked insur... Read More about Population and Affective Perception: Biopolitics and Anticipatory Action in US Counterinsurgency Doctrine..

Affective Atmospheres (2009)
Journal Article

In this paper I reflect on the concept of affective atmospheres in the context of the distinction between affect and emotion that has emerged in recent work on emotion, space and society. The concept of atmosphere is interesting because it holds a se... Read More about Affective Atmospheres.