That’s Not It was/is on a break

First of all we’d like to apologize for the lack of new posts/analyses in February. We do however have our reasons. David is on a trip around the U.S, with the limited internet access that entails such a journey. Claes is busy with finishing off his master thesis (deadline early March, it will be available as a pdf-download here on That’s Not It for our swedish-speaking readers). Hopefully it will also amount to some upcoming posts regarding the application of poststructuralist theory to the field of international relations and a small analysis of the Moroccan occupation of Western Sahara, which the thesis discusses. We are also waiting for some exciting new material from other contributors. Who, what and when are questions that will remain unanswered for now.

Secondly, we’d like to take this time to summarize in short the first two months of That’s Not It. We just had our 1000th visitor (1166 as we speak), and there are even a few feed-subscribers out there. Thank you! We have noticed a steady interests in our poetry/literature/philosophy analyses. This is good news, we think, since a lot of those posts are now placed way back in our archives. That means the format works well and that posts are nicely categorized. Not surprisingly, our posts discussing concrete political issues have a shorter life-span, fading off as the interest in the political issue itself is waning.

Claes & David

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