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I wish I could learn to read faster because there are so many good books coming out soon. Here is a list of some interesting titles I would love to have (except Massumi’s, I have it already because I did … Continue reading
Below you will find Nathaniel Stern‘s talk on Ecological Aesthetics presented at TEDxUWMilwaukee. Stern’s talk, Ecological Aesthetics, discusses tweets in space, scans at the bottom of the sea, interactive installations, and art in virtual worlds–all work about the complex relationships … Continue reading
The Critical Theory blog has posted about fifteen book coming out in 2014 that they feel are of interest. I will be compiling the index to one of these books, Thought in the Act: Passages in the Ecologies of Experience … Continue reading
ANTHEM has posted two different conversations with Bruno Latour. You can watch them below. Enjoy!
I am really letting the daily reporting slide. I haven’t written about how I have been doing during Academic Writing Month (AcWriMo) for four days. I have been busy with the book proposal and the book manuscript. I did some … Continue reading
There was a really good article by Roy Scranton in the New York Times on Sunday on the future challenges of the planet and the notion of the Anthropocene. This quote gives a good sense of the article (which can … Continue reading
There is a great interview with Adrian Ivakhiv on Society and Space – Environment Planning D where he discusses his new book Ecologies of the Moving Image: Cinema, Affects, Nature and more. Enjoy!