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Dr Matt Davies
Cities as Aesthetic Subjects2022
Dr Matt Davies
Teaching urban spaces and world politics: Perdido Street Station and pedagogies of production2021
Dr Matt Davies
Urban Sites of the Everyday and the International: The Other City and the Aesthetic Subject2020
Dr Matt Davies
Dr Amanda Chisholm
Neoliberalism, Violence, and the Body: Dollhouse and the Critique of the Neoliberal Subject2018
Dr Matt Davies
Everyday Life as Critique: Revisiting the Everyday in IPE with Henri Lefebvre and Postcolonialism2016
Dr Matt Davies
Production in Everyday Life: Poetics and Prosaics2015
Dr Matt Davies
What Does (the study of) International Politics Sound Like?2015
Dr Matt Davies
"Human Security, Culture, and Globalization: Transculturality, Creative Practice, or Oeuvre?”2014
Dr Matt Davies
Working Classes and Transnational Change2013
Dr Matt Davies
Dr Simon Philpott
Militarization and Popular Culture2012
Dr Matt Davies
The Aesthetics of the Financial Crisis: Work, Culture and Politics2012
Dr Matt Davies
Review of Mira Schor, A decade of negative thinking: Essays on art, politics, and daily life2011
Dr Matt Davies
"You Can't Charge Innocent People for Saving Their Lives!" Work in Buffy the Vampire Slayer2010
Dr Matt Davies
Works, Products, and the Division of Labour: Notes for a Cultural and Political Economic Critique2010
Dr Matt Davies
Book Review: Poverty, Work, and Freedeom: Political Economy and the Moral Order.2009
Professor Kyle Grayson
Dr Matt Davies
Dr Simon Philpott
Pop Goes IR? Researching the Popular Culture-World Politics Continuum.2009
Dr Matt Davies
Everyday Life in the Global Political Economy2006
Dr Matt Davies
Poverty and the Production of World Politics: Unprotected Workers in the Global Political Economy2006
Dr Matt Davies
Do It Yourself: Punk Rock and the Disalienation of International Relations2005
Dr Matt Davies
The Public Spheres of Unprotected Workers2005
Dr Matt Davies
Politics of Globo-ization: Brazilian Television and the Internationalization of the State2002
Dr Matt Davies
The Everyday Spaces of Global Politics: Work, Leisure, Family2002
Dr Matt Davies
Book review: Civilizations and Discontent in the International Political Economy: Recent Attempts to Understand Culture in the World System; Huntington, SP1999
Dr Matt Davies
International Political Economy and Mass Communication in Chile: National Intellectuals and Transnational Hegemony1999