Welcome…

Espresso Bookworm is a website containing a range of resources for anyone interested in Geography, Politics, and Urban Studies.

The resources include book reviews and argument summaries of key theoretical texts, as well as brief comment pieces on a range of contemporary geographical concerns.

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Recent Publications…

Stop The Petitions; We Need to Talk About Brexit - In the wake of the EU referendum result – a result that surprised and saddened me as a convinced ‘remain’ voter – I have been astonished by many of the responses that I have heard...

Protected: Review of ‘Acting’ [Ch. 3] of Swift’s (2009) Hannah Arendt - A review of Swift's (2009) chapter on 'acting' according to Hannah Arendt...

Protected: Review of Loftus (2015) Violent geographical abstractions - A review of Loftus' (2015) article for Society and Space on the violence of abstractions...

 

Explore and Engage…

The author of this website, Julian Shaw, invites you to take a look around this site and engage with its content. There are plenty of resources that might be of interest to undergraduates and post-graduates alike. These might take the form of theoretical explanations (or at his least attempts to summarise the difficult arguments) and through comment pieces on contemporary issues. Please feel free to make comments and offer feedback on anything you find here.

ArgumentSummaries

BookReviews