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Author: Rosi Braidotti; Maria Hlavajova
Publisher: London ; New York, NY : Bloomsbury Academic, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2018. ©2018
Series: Theory (Bloomsbury (Firm))
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The Posthuman Glossary is a volume providing an outline of the critical terms of posthumanity in present-day artistic and intellectual work. It builds on the broad thematic topics of Anthropocene/Capitalocene, eco-sophies, digital activism, algorithmic cultures and security and the inhuman. It outlines potential artistic, intellectual, and activist itineraries of working through the complex reality of the 'posthuman  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Dictionaries
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Rosi Braidotti; Maria Hlavajova
ISBN: 9781350030244 1350030244 9781350030251 1350030252
OCLC Number: 973804342
Description: xxxii, 538 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 24 cm.
Contents: AcknowledgementsSeries Preface List of Contributors Introduction Rosi Braidotti and Maria HlavajovaAAffective TurnHeather HouserAfrofuturismRamon AmaroAhuman, thePatricia MacCormackAI (Artificial Intelligence)Luciana ParisiAlgorithmJamie `Skye' BiancoAlgorithmic StudiesDavid Theo Goldberg and Jenna NgAlienationJames WilliamsAltergorithmTimotheus VermeulenAnimaciesMel Y. ChenAnimalOxana TimofeevaAnimism (Limulus)Karen KramerAnimism Anselm FrankeAnonymity Matthew FullerAnthropism/Immanent HumanismNeni PanourgiaAnthropocene ObservatoryTerritorial Agency and Armin LinkeAnthropocene Jussi ParikkaAnthro-rpos Neni PanourgiaArchitectonic Disposition Vera BuhlmannArtTom HolertArt in the AnthropoceneHeather DavisBBiological Arts/Living ArtsOron CattsBiosNeni PanourgiaBlue HumanitiesSteve MentzBodies PoliticJohn ProteviBody Without OrgansPatricia PistersCCampEthel BrooksCapitalocene and ChthuluceneDonna HarawayCommons, theLindsay Grace WeberCommutation OntologyLila AthanasiadouComputational TurnLuciana ParisiContemporary, TheTom HolertCosmopoliticsMaja and Reuben FowkesCritical PosthumanismStefan HerbrechterDDecolonial CritiqueShannon WinnubstDiffractionIris van der TuinDigital CitizenshipBernhard RiederDigital PhilosophyBeatrice M. FaziDigital RubbishJennifer GabrysEEarthJussi Parikka(Material) EcocriticismSerenella IovinoEcohorrorChristy TidwellEcologies of ArchitectureAndrej RadmanEcomaterialismSerpil OppermannEcontologyHenk OosterlingEcopathyTimotheus VermeulenEcosophyRick DolphijnEpigenetic LandscapeSusan M. SquierEquation (Mathematical Thinking)Vera BuhlmannEthereal ScentWander EikelboomExclusion ZoneTrevor PaglenExecutionCritical Software ThingExpulsionsSaskia SassenExtended CognitionGoda Klumbyte?ExtinctionClaire ColebrookFFeminicityFelicity ColmanFeminist PosthumanitiesCecilia AsbergFoodKarl SteelForestsPaulo TavaresFour ElementsGary GenoskoGGaga FeminismJack HalberstamGeneral EcologyErich HoerlGeo- hydro-solar-bio-techno-politicsJohn ProteviGeomythologiesThe Otolith GroupGeopoliticsRyan BishopGreen/Environmental HumanitiesTobijn de Graauw and Elisa FioreGulf LaborMTL Collective (Nitasha Dhillon and Amin Husain)HHacking HabitatIne GeversHyperseaJenna SutelaHypersocialTiziana TerranovaIInformatic OpacityZach BlasIn-human,TheKaterina KolozovaIn/HumanKeti ChukhrovInsurgent PosthumanismDimitris PapadopoulosInterest/InteresseHenk OosterlingIntermedialityHenk OosterlingInvarianceVera Buhlmann`It'Stuart McLeanJJoy, Ethics ofRosi BraidottiKKinGoda Klumbyte?LLampedusaSandro Mezzadra and Brett NeilsonLeaks and StingsRavi SundaramLiterature of LiberationSerenella IovinoLocality/Non-separabilityLila AthanasiadouMMakeHumanFemke Snelting and Jara RochaMaterial FeminismsAstrida NeimanisMatteringBrandon JonesMaxwell's Demon (Non-Anthropocentric Cognition)Vera BuhlmannMedianaturesJussi ParikkaMetadata SocietyMatteo PasquinelliMetamodernismTimotheus VermeulenMetastabilityAud Sissel HoelMonster/The Unhuman Nikita MazurovMultispeciesEben KirkseyMultiverseFrancesca FerrandoNNatureculturesIris van der TuinNecropoliticsChristine QuinanNegentropyVera BuhlmannNeo/New MaterialismIris van der TuinNeocolonialSandra PonzanesiNeocyberneticsBruce ClarkeNetworked AffectSusanna PaasonenNeuronal AestheticsPatricia PistersNoiseInigo WilkinsNomadic SensibilityDaniel BakerNon-human AgencyJeffrey Scott MarchandOObject- oriented OntologyPeter WolfendaleObsolete TechnologiesTamara Shepherd and Koen LeursOccupy (after Deleuze)Rick DolphijnOntological Turn, theJeffrey Jerome CohenOrganization in Platform CapitalismGeert Lovink and Ned RossiterOtherwise Embodied OthersPierre HuyghePP2P (Peer to Peer) EconomiesMichel Bauwens and Vasilis KostakisPill, the (Posthuman Icon)Anneke Smelik and Elisa FiorePlacenta PoliticsRosi BraidottiPlanetaryMaja and Reuben FowkesPlasticityTom GiesbersPolitical AffectJohn ProteviPost InternetTom ClarkPostanimalismTsz Man ChanPostdisciplinarityNina LykkePostglacialUrsula BiemannPosthuman Critical TheoryRosi BraidottiPosthuman Disability and DisHuman Studies Dan Goodley, Rebecca Lawthom, Kirsty Liddiard and Katherine Runswick-ColePosthuman EthicsPatricia MacCormackPosthuman Literature and CriticismCarolyn LauPosthuman Museum PracticesFiona R. CameronPosthuman Rights, a Micropolitics ofPatrick HanafinPosthuman SexualityPatricia MacCormackPosthumanismCary WolfePosthumanist PerformativityElisa FiorePostimageIngrid HoelzlPostmedievalEileen A. JoyPrecognitionRamon AmaroPregnant PosthumanRodante van der WaalProcess OntologiesJames WilliamsQQuantum AnthropologyVicki KirbyRRadical MediocrityHenk OosterlingRationalist InhumanismPeter WolfendaleReal Cool EthicsShannon WinnubstResilienceJeremy Walker and Melinda CooperRewildingMaja and Reuben FowkesRobophilosophyJohanna SeibtSSensing PracticesJennifer Gabrys and Helen PritchardSocially Just PedagogiesVivienne BozalekSpeculative PosthumanismDavid RodenSS= Security/SurveillanceStephanie SimonStateless StateJonas StaalStatic GlowMirko Tobias Schafer and Audrey SamsonStoried MatterSerpil OppermannSurvival Alice Creischer and Andreas SiekmannSymbiogenesisBruce ClarkeTTechnicityAud Sissel HoelTechnoanimalismRick Dolphijn and Tove KjellmarkTerrestrialBirgit M. Kaiser and Kathrin ThieleTolerances and DurationHarry Sanderson and Alexandra Symons SutcliffeTrans*Goda Klumbyte?Trans-corporealityStacy AlaimoTranshumanism/Posthumanism Francesca FerrandoU(Un)Documented CitizenshipErnst van den HemelUrbanibalismWietske Maas and Matteo PasquinelliVVertigo SeaJohn AkomfrahVibrant MatterJane BennettViolenceShela SheikhWWarJolle DemmersWearable TechnologyAnneke SmelikXXenofeminismHelen HesterYYouthKoen Leurs, Tamara Shepherd and Alison HarveyZZombieOxana TimofeevaCumulative Bibliography
Series Title: Theory (Bloomsbury (Firm))
Other Titles: Post-human glossary
Responsibility: edited by Rosi Braidotti and Maria Hlavajova.

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The Posthuman Glossary is a volume providing an outline of the critical terms of posthumanity in present-day artistic and intellectual work. It builds on the broad thematic topics of Anthropocene/Capitalocene, eco-sophies, digital activism, algorithmic cultures and security and the inhuman. It outlines potential artistic, intellectual, and activist itineraries of working through the complex reality of the 'posthuman condition', and creates an understanding of the altered meanings of art vis-à-vis critical present-day developments. It bridges missing links across disciplines, terminologies, constituencies and critical communities.--

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