“The modulation of the material”: Language and materiality in Ian Hamilton Finlay’s Concrete poetry

By Charlie Jarvis This blog post considers the work of the poet, Ian Hamilton Finlay, in relation to “literary geography”, an interdisciplinary field that studies the places within literary works and the placing of these works within geographical milieux. In raising the question of the materiality of words – as sensible, physical beings in timeContinue reading ““The modulation of the material”: Language and materiality in Ian Hamilton Finlay’s Concrete poetry”

Exploring the Biopolitics of ‘One Health’ and Antimicrobial Resistance

By Alistair Anderson This post outlines my dissertation project exploring how the One Health initiative and the problem of antimicrobial resistance can be explored in biopolitical terms. The post outlines the empirical example of One Health and the methods of investigation, and situates the project within more-than-human geography and biopolitics.