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Fungible space: competition and volatility in the global logistics network (2018)
Journal Article
Danyluk, M. (2019). Fungible space: competition and volatility in the global logistics network. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 43(1), 94-111. doi:10.1111/1468-2427.12675

This article examines an emerging form of interspatial competition premised on attracting cargo traffic and value‐added logistics activities. Against the backdrop of economic globalization and the revolution in logistics, place‐based actors are incre... Read More

Introduction: Turbulent circulation: building a critical engagement with logistics (2018)
Journal Article
Chua, C., Danyluk, M., Cowen, D., & Khalili, L. (2018). Introduction: Turbulent circulation: building a critical engagement with logistics. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 36(4), 617-629. doi:10.1177/0263775818783101

Since the mid-20th century, logistics has evolved into a wide-ranging science of circulation involved in planning and managing flows of innumerable kinds. In this introductory essay, we take stock of the ascendancy and proliferation of logistics, pro... Read More

Capital’s logistical fix: accumulation, globalization, and the survival of capitalism (2017)
Journal Article
Danyluk, M. (2018). Capital’s logistical fix: accumulation, globalization, and the survival of capitalism. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 36(4), 630-647. doi:10.1177/0263775817703663

The growth and transformation of logistics have been attributed to a specific confluence of forces that compelled firms to turn their attention to the circulation of commodities in the second half of the 20th century. This article seeks to develop a... Read More

Dreaming Other Worlds: Commodity Culture, Mass Desire, and the Ideology of Inception (2015)
Journal Article
Danyluk, M. (2015). Dreaming Other Worlds: Commodity Culture, Mass Desire, and the Ideology of Inception. Rethinking Marxism, 27(4), 601-610. doi:10.1080/08935696.2015.1076966

This essay provides a critical reading of the 2010 science fiction film Inception, advancing two theses about contemporary mass culture. First, mainstream cultural products contain certain utopian moments. Yet while they may offer glimpses of a world... Read More