[Now Adrian, how do I centre the image? What tags should I use? Do I insert links? Do I need to know HTML? How is this actually going to look when I press Publish? Can I go back in and change it? This is you at our Posthumanism Fieldwork trip to Pound Bend …
We are reading the introduction from: Vannini, Phillip, ed. Non-Representational Methodologies: Re-Envisioning Research. New York: Routledge, 2015. Print. (PDF). Next meet up is scheduled for Tuesday November 21, 1pm.
So, we’re continuing with the Ingold “Rethinking the Animate”, Tim Ingold, from: Ingold, Tim. Being Alive: Essays on Movement, Knowledge and Description. London: Routledge, 2011. Print. http://vogmae.dropmark.com/288306/10826492 And adding to this: Tsing, Anna. “Unruly Edges: Mushrooms as Companion Species.” Environmental Humanities 1 (2012) 141-154. http://vogmae.dropmark.com/288306/11183034
http://vogmae.dropmark.com/288306/10826489 (Jakob van Uexküll, A foray in the world of animals and humans) and Rethinking the Animate, Tim Ingold, from: Ingold, Tim. Being Alive: Essays on Movement, Knowledge and Description. London: Routledge, 2011. Print. http://vogmae.dropmark.com/288306/10826492
Courtesy of Daniel Binns we have the opening gambits of Eugene Thacker’s recent horror of philosophy trilogy. We are reading the preface and first part (PDF) of The Dust of This Planet. citation is more or less Thacker, Eugene. In the Dust of This Planet: Horror of Philosophy. Winchester: Zero Books, 2011. Print. Next reading …
The next reading for the posthumanism group is Timothy Morton’s Zero Landscapes. A copy is available as a PDF.
Mol, Annemarie. The Body Multiple: Ontology in Medical Practice. Duke University Press Books, 2002. Print. Foreword and if you’re keen, chapter one.
Environmental humanities. Deborah Bird Rose. “Slowly — Writing into the Anthropocene.” (With one of the better abstracts I’ve seen.) Get it via Text as a pdf. Thursday December 8th, 5pm, 9.4.32.
After a lively and spirited discussion arising from and around Braidotti’s The Posthuman the next reading is: Morton, Timothy. The Ecological Thought. Harvard: Harvard University Press, 2012. Print. [pdf | amazon] I think the writing style is an interesting contrast to previous readings, as is Morton’s willingness to use examples.
Snapshots from a Thursday: An absorbing discussion about attending, attuning, describing, accounting for, wording, where fresh water meets salty, encountering a lemon, what’s it like to be in the middle of acting on stage, Old White Men and Thai berry pickers in Lapland. With refreshments! + I keep thinking about that lemon and its worlding …