Stuart Elden has written a lot of books, but you get the feeling that the Birth of Territory will be a massive contribution. In a sign that it’s getting closer to completion and publication he’s put up special page on his blog with a table of contents and links to chapter descriptions and recordings of talks he’s doing on it.
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