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- OK Stewart Lockie (2004), Collective Agency, Non-Human Causality and Environmental Social Movements, Journal of Sociology, 40(1), 41-57.
- OK Brian P. Bloomfield & Theo Vurdubakis (1999), The Outer Limits: Monsters, Actor Networks and the Writing of Displacement, Organization, 6(4), 625-647.
- OK Dawn Goodwin (2008), Refashioning Bodies, Reshaping Agency, Science, Technology & Human Values, 33(3), 345-363.
- OK Michael Goldman and Rachel A. Schurman (2000), Closing the “Great Divide”: New Social Theory on Society and Nature, Annual Review of Sociology, Vol. 26: 563-584.
- OK Stuart Lee & Wolff-Michael Roth (2003), Of Traversals and Hybrid Spaces: Science in the Community, Mind, Culture, and Activity, 10(2), 120-142.
- Paul Cloke & Owain Jones (2002), Tree Cultures: The Place of Trees and Trees in Their Place. Berg, £17.99 (£14.24 na Amazon UK)
Research in the wild
- OK Mike Michael & Nik Broiwn (2005), Scientific Citizenships: self-representations of xenotransplantation’s publics. Science as Culture, 14(1), 39-57. Tradução em Estudos em Sociologia…
- Jodi Forlizzi, How robotic products become social products: an ethnographic study of cleaning in the home
- Bingham N, 2006, "Bees, butterflies, and bacteria: biotechnology and the politics of nonhuman friendship" Environment and Planning A 38(3), 483–498.
- Emilio Luque (2005), Researching Environmental Citizenship and its Publics, Environmental Politics, 14(2), 211-225.
- OK Vololona Rabeharisoa (2003), The struggle against neuromuscular diseases in France and the emergence of the “partnership model” of patient organisation, Social Science & Medicine, 57(11), 2127-2136.
- OK Elin Jakob (2001), The everyday world of work: two approaches to the investigation of classification in context, Journal of Documentation, 57(1), 76-99.
- OK Marsha Rosengarten (2004), Consumer Activism in the Pharmacology of HIV, Body & Society, 10(1), 91-107.
- OK Ine Van Hoyweghen & Bart Penders (2007), Research in the wild, Nature, 450, 470.
- Jackie Leach Scully, Tom Shakespeare and Sarah Banks (2006), Gift not commodity? Lay people deliberating social sex selection, Sociology of Health & Illness, 28(6), 749-767.
- OK M. Callon (2007), An Essay on the Growing Contribution of Economic Markets to the Proliferation of the social, Theory Culture Society, 24(7-8): 139-163.
- Pierre-Benot Joly (2007), Scientific Expertise in Public Arenas: Lessons from the French Experience, Journal of Risk Research, 10(7), 905-924.
- OK Pascale Mantouraa, Sylvie Gendronb, and Louise Potvin (2006), Participatory research in public health: Creating innovative alliances for health, Health & Place, 13(1), 440-451.
- Environmental &Planning D: Society 0x0026 Space (2009), special issue, The Worlds of Sloterdijk, 27(1) (!!!)
- Experimental Philosophy wiki
- (!!!!) Graham Harman (2009), Prince of Networks: Bruno Latour and Metaphysics. re.press.
- Carta de Manuel Jimenez Redondo sobre tradução de Fenomenologia del Espiritu de Hegel
- OK Forum on literatures of the environment
- OK Carlos Alonso (2002), Position paper, PMLA, 117(2), 201–206.
- Ursula K. Heise (2006), The Hitchhiker's Guide to Ecocriticism. PMLA, 121(2), 503–516.
- Ursula K. Heise (2002), Unnatural Ecologies: The Metaphor of the Environment in Media Theory, Configurations, 10(1), 149-168.
- Ursula K. Heise (2004), Local Rock and Global Plastic: World Ecology and the Experience of Place, Comparative Literature Studies, 41(1), 126-152.
Serres Éloge de Randonnée
- OK Balibar, Etienne (2003), "Structuralism: A Destitution of the Subject?", differences, 14(1), 1-21.
- Roberts, Colin (1997), "Contemporary French philosophy: Dialogue and interdisciplinarity". Modern & Contemporary France, 5(3), 337-339. Retrieved January 21, 2009, from http://www.informaworld.com/10.1080/09639489708456386.
- David Pepper (2005), Utopianism and Environmentalism, Environmental Politics, 14(1), 3-22.
- OK Dianne Meredith (2005), The bioregion as a communitarian micro-region (and its limitations), Ethics, Place & Environment, 8(1), 83-94.
- Joshua A. Dolezal (2008), Literary Activism, Social Justice, and the Future of Bioregionalism, Ethics & the Environment, 13(1), 1-22.
- OK Stewart Davidson (2007). [ The Troubled Marriage of Deep Ecology and Bioregionalism], Environmental Values, 16(3), 313-332.
- OK Rowan Gray (2007), Practical bioregionalism, Futures, 39(7), 790-806.
- Ontic Principle
- Crisis (Serres, part 1)
- Bolaño 0x0026 Pynchon
- On contemporary materialism
- The page itself
- Peter Adey (2008). Aeromobilities: Geographies, Subjects and Vision, Geography Compass, 2/5: 1318–1336.
- Peter Adey (2006), Airports and air-mindedness: spacing, timing and using the Liverpool Airport, 1929-1939, Social & Cultural Geography, 7(3), 343-363.
- Birgitta Frello (2008), Towards a Discursive Analytics of Movement: On the Making and Unmaking of Movement as an Object of Knowledge, Mobilities, 3(1), 25-50.
- Fraser MacDonald (2007), Anti-Astropolitik — outer space and the orbit of geography, Progress in Human Geography, 31(5), 592-615.
- OK Fraser MacDonald (2006), Geopolitics and 'the vision thing': regarding Britain and America's first nuclear missile, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers. 31(1), 53-71.
- OK Maddern, Jo Frances, Adey, Peter (2008), Editorial: spectro-geographies, Cultural Geographies, 15(3): 291-295.
- OK Derek McCormack (2008), Engineering affective atmospheres on the moving geographies of the 1897 Andree expedition, Cultural Geographies, 15(4): 413-430.
- Cosmos 0x0026 History special issue about Badiou
- Comparative Relativism at the IT University of Copenhagen, September 3-4 2009
- Key note speakers: Barbara Herrnstein Smith, Isabelle Stengers, Marilyn Strathern and Eduardo Viveiros de Castro (!!!)
- STS Mixtures, at Lancaster
Materialising the subject
- OK Candea, M. 2008. 'Fire and identity as matters of concern'. Anthropological Theory. 8(2).
- OK Edwards J. (2005) ‘Make-up’: bringing out persons in new reproductive and genetic technologies, Ethnos 70:3: 413 – 31.
- Henare A., Holbraad M. & Wastell S. (2006) Thinking Through Things: theorising artefacts ethnographically. (Routledge).
- Ihde D. (2003) If Phenomenology is an Albatross, is Post-Phenomenology Possible? In Don Ihde & Evan Selinger (eds) Chasing Technoscience: matrix for materiality Pp 131 – 144 (Indiana University Press)
- Kontopodis, Michalis (2009), Documents' memories: Enacting pasts and futures at the School for Individual Learning-in-Practice, Memory Studies, 2(1): 11-26.
- LatourB. (1993) We Have Never Been Modern. (Harvard University Press).
- Latour B. (1999c) Pandora’s Hope: essays on the reality of science studies. (Harvard University Press).
- OK Latour B. (2005) Reassembling the Social: an introduction to actor network theory. (Oxford University Press).
- OK Law J. (2004) After Method. (Routledge).
- OK Law J. 0x0026 Hassard J. (1999) Network Theory and After. (Blackwell)
- OK Law, John, and Annemarie Mol (2001), 'Situating Technoscience: an Inquiry into Spatialities', Society and Space, 19, 609-621.
- Mol (2003). The Body Multiple: Ontology in medical practice. (Duke University Press).
- Strathern M. (1996) Cutting the Network. In JRAI (N.S.) 2, 517-535.
- OK Strathern M. (1988) The Gender of the Gift. (Berkeley. University of California Press).
- OK Strathern M. (1991) Partial Connections. (Savage. Rowman and Littlefield).
- OK Thrift N. (2007) Non-Representational Theory: space, politics, affect. (Routledge)
- OK Viveiros de Castro (1998b) Cosmological Deixis and Amerindian Perspectivism. In JRAI 4 (3): 469-88.
- OK Viveiros de Castro (2004) Exchanging Perspectives: the transformation of objects
- Bronwyn Davies & Susanne Gannon, eds. (2006) Doing Collective Biographies. McGraw-Hill.
- OK Narrative construction of the self
- OK Friend and Foe? Technology in a Collaborative Writing Group
- OK Having, and Being Had By, "Experience"
- OK The Ambivalent Practices of Reflexivity
- OK Constituting the Feminist Subject in Poststructuralist Discourse
- a713760090~dball Out/performing in the academy: writing 'The Breast Project'
- OK The (Im)Possibilities of Writing the Self-Writing: French Poststructural Theory and Autoethnography
- Mark C. Childs (2008), "Storytelling and urban design", Journal of Urbanism, 1(2), 173 - 186.
- Robert Pogue Harrison
- Brian Rotman
- E. L. Ball & A. Lai (2006), “Place-based pedagogy for the Arts and Humanities”, Pedagogy, 6, 261-287.
- I. Luca (2006), “Edward Said's Lieux de Mémoire: Out of place and the politics of autobiography”, Social Text, 24, 125-144.
- Dan Rose (1996), “The Repatriation of Anthropology”, American Literary History, 8(1), 170-183.
- Cesare Segre & John Meddemmen (1989), “The Style of Greimas and Its Transformations”, New Literary History, 20(3), Greimassian Semiotics, 679-692.
- Keith Ansell-Pearson
- Elizabeth Grosz
- Luciana Parisi
- James Williams
- René Girard, em particular periódico Contagion
- Roberto Esposito
- Wendy Brown
- A. Delco, +Serres
- Deborah Brandt & Katie Clinton
- Jean-Jacques Lecercle no Informaworld e no Ingenta
- OK Peter-Paul Verbeek (2008), "Cyborg intentionality: Rethinking the phenomenology of human–technology relations"
- Alex Mauron (2006), "Renovating the House of Being: Genomes, Souls, and Selves", Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
- Nigel Thrift
- Graham Harman
- Yve Lomax
- Tim Ingold
- Greek-English Lexikon
- Keith Robinson (2008), Deleuze, Whitehead, Bergson: Rhizomatic Connections, Palgrave.
- Jan Kyrre Berg Olsen, Evan Selinger and Søren Riis (2008), New Waves in Philosophy of Technology, Palgrave.
- Bernd Herzogenrath (2008), Deleuze, Guattari & Ecology, Palgrave.
- Jack R. Harlan (1998), Living Fields: Our Agricultural Heritage. Cambridge University Press. (A readable account of how, where and when humans learned to domesticate plants and animals.)
- George Myerson (2001), Ecology and the End of Postmodern. Totem Books. (The advent of Postmodernism left us suspicious of the big story—the Grand Narrative.)
- Jean-Luc Nancy (1999), « Techniques du présent » : Entretien avec Benoît Goetz, le portiQue, 3.
- » Borch, Christian. (2008), "Foam architecture: managing co-isolated associations", Economy and Society, 37(4):548-571, accessed 09 November 2008.
This article analyses Peter Sloterdijk's grand trilogy on spheres which re-conceptualizes our being-together and its spatial conditions. After a brief outline of the main objectives of sphereology, I analyse the notion of foam which, Sloterdijk argues, should replace the concept of society. I here explore the sociological theories that form the backdrop to Sloterdijk's idea of foam sociality, in particular Gabriel Tarde's monadological sociology of imitation but also the vitalist impulse that is central to the immunology of the foam theory, and which Sloterdijk inherits from Hermann Broch. The following section examines one of the important contributions of the foam theory, namely, its explicit engagement with architecture. In the final part, I offer a foam-theoretical interpretation of environmental crime prevention. This case study brings together foam theory, immunology and the focus on architecture.
- Salazar, Philippe-Joseph (1989), "Michel Serres or the turbulence of interpretation", Journal of Literary Studies, 5(1), 46-54. Retrieved November 09, 2008, from http://www.informaworld.com/10.1080/02564718908529898.
Michel Serres' conception of the rapports between science and literature is exerting a decisive influence on French philosophy and literary criticism. Serres, by drawing on Merleau-Ponty's phenomenology, and through his attentive reading of Gilles Deleuze and Jacques Derrida, addresses the question that French modern thought has left fallow: is there a viewpoint that, from within the precinct of epistemology, allows for an investigation of literature and aesthetics without reducing the latter to the function of a simple mirror-image? Is there a way of entering into literature and language which leads back to scientific hypotheses? Is there a passage between scientific constructions and literary discourse? In other words is there a true interference between "truth" and "fiction"? This presentation of an author whose works are still largely unknown to the Anglophone theorists of literature in South Africa aims at clarifying some points of Michel Serres' approach and at proposing an entrance into what may be called a Lucretian poetics.
- Emergence número especial sobre ilhas.
- Wollen, Peter (2000). "The Archipelago of Metaphors". Emergences: Journal for the Study of Media & Composite Cultures, 10(2), 261-275. Retrieved November 09, 2008, from http://www.informaworld.com/10.1080/713665817.
- Jean-Baptiste Arrault (2005), Du toponyme au concept ? Usages et significations du terme archipel en géographie et dans les sciences sociales, L'Espace Geographique, 34(4), 315-328.
Le terme archipel, dont l'usage analogique s'est diffusé en géographie et dans les sciences sociales, est choisi pour un essai d'épistémologie conceptuelle. Tout mot, et tout concept, a une histoire, et dans cette histoire réside une part majeure de sa signification. S'agissant d'archipel, cet article soumet quelques propositions théoriques sur les territorialités réticulaires, à partir d'une récurrence de l'analogie archipélagique dans les analyses qui s'efforcent de rendre compte des mutations spatiales contemporaines, et sur le défi que ces mutations représentent au plan des conceptions géographiques. C'est l'occasion également de donner un contenu plus stable à une notion riche, d'usage parfois incohérent ou contradictoire, et souvent associée, assimilée ou confondue avec l'image ou le modèle de l'île. La généalogie tentée ici a enfin pour but de donner un exemple révélateur des enjeux d'une élaboration conceptuelle transdisciplinaire.
- Kornberger, Martin 0x0026 Clegg, Stewart (2003), "The Architecture of Complexity", Culture and Organization, 9(2), 75-91. Retrieved November 09, 2008, from http://www.informaworld.com/10.1080/14759550302804.
In this paper we reflect on organizational space and its implications for organization and management. In contrast to dominant discourse in management and organization theory we address the ways in which corporate buildings, as social objects, provide a materiality to organization. Developing the concept of the architecture of complexity, we focus on space as the precondition of processes of organizing. The productive power of space lies in its potential to create and trigger complexity, as it pre-structures movement and flows of communication. Reflecting on two concrete spatial organizations (the fold and heterotopia) we suggest that the interplay of order and disorder and inside/outside relation, which these spaces provide, are spatial preconditions of organizational change and creativity.
- Gerhard Wagner (2006), "Social Foams: Between Community and Society" [G], Swiss Journal of Sociology, 32(1), 53-73.
Metaphors affect sociology from the beginning. Based on structural intuitions which Plato already had sociologists conceive of the social order as of a contract or an organism. Considering recent research in natural sciences, Peter Sloterdijk suggests another metaphor. He conceives social reality as a foam. The bubbles of this foam constitute a special structure of co-isolated neighborhoods which cannot be grasped with basic sociological concepts such as community or society and which opens up to an interesting heuristic perspective on 21st century's world society. This article reconstructs Sloterdijk's theory and discusses its sociological implications.
- Featherstone, Mark (2008), "The State of the Network: Radical Anxiety, Real Paranoia and Quantum Culture", Journal for Cultural Research, 12(2), 181-203. Retrieved November 14, 2008, from http://www.informaworld.com/10.1080/14797580802390913.
In this article, the author proposes to explore the state of the contemporary network society through an analysis of the human effects of the conditions of globalisation, fast capitalism, postmodern warfare and quantum culture. In the first section of the article, the author considers the problem of social relations in the global network society and, in particular, examines the effect of radical anxiety on self—other communication. Following this section, which turns off a consideration of the violence of fast capitalism, the author focuses on the relationship between the science of immunology, paranoia and postmodern warfare. Here, in the second section of the article, the author shows how the radical anxiety that plagues those who inhabit the lightning-fast network resolves itself in paranoid reaction formations that make productive self—other relations more or less impossible. Finally, the author explores potential solutions to the problem of self—other violence in the network and concludes with a discussion of the stumbling-block to the invention of a more humane social and political form of globalisation, neo-liberal/neoconservative quantum culture.
- Bos, René Ten (2004), "The Fear of Wolves: Anti-Hodological Ruminations about Organizations and Labyrinths", Culture and Organization, 10(1), 7-24. Retrieved November 17, 2008, from http://www.informaworld.com/10.1080/14759550410001675172.
Roads and paths are symbols that are omnipresent in organizational thought. As such they are the hallmarks of the modernist legacy. It is argued that roads are not necessarily trustworthy and that the labyrinth through which they are supposed to guide us is more innocent than modernism suggests. The article raises many questions about, inter alia, the importance of narratives and fairy tales, the (im)possibility of criticism, the labyrinthine aspects of traffic jams, the necessity to rethink dynamics, the bureaucratic labyrinth, and Nietzsche's eternal return. The point of the entire exercise is, however, quite straightforward: as organizational scholars, we are to give up our lupophobia, that is, our fear of wolves, if we are to develop entirely different understandings of organizational phenomena.
- Diken, Bülent (2007), "Houellebecq, or, the Carnival of Spite", Journal for Cultural Research, 11(1), 57-73. Retrieved November 17, 2008, from http://www.informaworld.com/10.1080/14797580601149767.
Despite their significance in social reality and in fiction, ressentiment and especially spite are surprisingly under-researched topics. As the repressed other of the contemporary post-political society, they often combine political impotence and enjoyment in passivity, two experiences that are closely related to the increasing transformation of the “city” into the state of nature, of politics to bio-politics (or post-politics) and of the “social” into the simulacra (the society of spectacle). The article discusses ressentiment and spite in Houellebecq's fiction, by taking point of departure in the way he depicts the contemporary society, combining this with a discussion of his artistic position and the affective economy of ressentiment and spite in his work. Finally it asks whether it is possible to imagine a sociality, a “city,” without spite.
- Helene Cixous's Imaginary Cities: Oran-Osnabruck-Manhattan--Places of Fascination, Places of Fiction + New Literary History special issue on Cixous
- Alan Schrift (2001), LOGICS OF THE GIFT IN CIXOUS AND NIETZSCHE: Can We Still Be Generous?, Angelaki, 6(1), 113-123.
- Peter Sloterdijk (2008), O Estranhamento do Mundo, Relógio d' Água, ISBN 9789727089710, 228p. (E 15/12.86 com descontos no Wook)
- Peter Sloterdijk (2008), O Palácio de Cristal. Relógio d'Água, ISBN ISBN 9789727089949, 286p. (E 20/17.15 com desconto)
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- Peter Sloterdijk (2006), Tractactus Philosophico-Touristicus, Europäische Tourismusminister-Konferenz "Tourismus - Schlüssel zu Wachstum und Beschäftigung in Europa" 20. und 21. März 2006, Hofburg Wien.
- Levi R. Bryant (2008), Difference and Givenness: Deleuze's Transcendental Empiricism and the Ontology of Immanence (Topics in Historical Philosophy), Northwestern University Press.
- Friedrich Nietzsche (1976-1982), Fragments Posthumes. Paris : Gallimard Bibloteca Humanas UFPr = 193 N677