8 episodes

In Undisciplined we speak to experts from all fields whose research is exciting and novel. The tone of conversation is relaxed, and is intended to stimulate and intrigue anyone who is interested in learning more about cutting-edge developments, and looking at the world in new ways.

All artwork by MJ du Preez

Undisciplined Nico Buitendag

    • Education
    • 4.7, 3 Ratings

In Undisciplined we speak to experts from all fields whose research is exciting and novel. The tone of conversation is relaxed, and is intended to stimulate and intrigue anyone who is interested in learning more about cutting-edge developments, and looking at the world in new ways.

All artwork by MJ du Preez

    Terrains & Territories w/ Stuart Elden

    Terrains & Territories w/ Stuart Elden

    I am honoured to speak to Prof. Stuart Elden about his ground-breaking work in political geography. We talk about the concept of territory, about new ways of reading Shakespeare, and his archival work on Michel Foucault.

    Here is the link to Prof. Elden's awesome blog:
    https://progressivegeographies.com/

    • 54 min
    Politics of Movement w/ Thomas Nail

    Politics of Movement w/ Thomas Nail

    In this episode I speak to Prof. Thomas Nail of the University of Denver. We talk about his project of kinopolitics, borders, Covid-19 and punk rock. Enjoy this episode and stay healthy and safe.

    Here are links to Prof. Nail's blog and social media accounts:
    https://philosophyofmovementblog.com/
    https://twitter.com/xThomas_Nail
    https://udenver.academia.edu/ThomasNail

    The intro track is from my talented friend, Graeda. Check it his page too!
    https://soundcloud.com/graedamusic

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Dark Nomads & War Machines w/ Andrew Culp

    Dark Nomads & War Machines w/ Andrew Culp

    Welcome to 2020! We kick off the year with a long-overdue conversation with Prof. Andrew Culp. We talk about his great book "Dark Deleuze" but we cover a lot of ground and many topics. Enjoy the episode!

    Andrew Culp's website: http://www.andrewculp.org/

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Borders w/ Sandro Mezzadra

    Borders w/ Sandro Mezzadra

    In this interview Prof. Sandro Mezzadra was kind enough to take the time to speak to me during the Critical Legal Conference 2019 in Perugia, Italy. We mainly speak about his book "Border as Method" with Brett Neilson, but also his newest book "The Politics of Operations".

    Once again thank you to Sandro and the staff of the CLC for making this possible!

    • 37 min
    Anarchist Geography w/ Simon Springer

    Anarchist Geography w/ Simon Springer

    I speak to Prof. Simon Springer about anarchism, geography and how he brings radical politics to the academy. We cover many topics through the lens of equality and non-hierarchy, and argue on whether we can survive the environmental apocalypse. This episode is one for the books! Visit Prof. Springer's website here: https://anarchistgeography.com

    • 59 min
    Strikes & Violence w/ Neil Coetzer

    Strikes & Violence w/ Neil Coetzer

    I talk to Neil Coetzer about the violent state of labour disputes in South Africa. Not only does labour make itself guilty of violence, but sometimes the capital-state retaliates. We consider difficult questions like where to draw the line on violence, and what are the underlying structural inequalities that need to be addressed.

    • 48 min

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