Sunday Linkage II

Well the urban politics is going to get displaced by Sunday Linkage II, itself abbreviated.  Back this week with more reports from the field, including new-found inspiration from Elizabeth Grosz’s Space, Time, and Perversion.  It’s a 90s classic and a damn fine read so far.  But, without further promises I give you this week’s favorite links:


More from Nico with my photo replica below:

This exciting dance set from the (very bitchy) Morgan Geist on Beats in Space, hosted by the (very bougie) NYU radio host Tim Sweeney:


No words for this one.

I hope to see this performance this coming week, by Toronto’s second oldest contemporary dance company.


All of America is now on its way to being defined as a battlefield per this bill which passed the senate 93-7.

Fantastic compilation of links on Occupy from the Berkeley Journal of Sociology.


And a little preview of this week’s reading and posting on Elizabeth Grosz, from the theorist herself:

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