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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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"If art, science, and the humanities have shared one thing, it was their common engagement with constructions and representations of the human. Under the pressure of new contemporary concerns, however, we are experiencing a "posthuman condition"; the combination of new developments-such as the neoliberal economics of global capitalism, migration, technological advances, environmental destruction on a mass scale, the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Dictionaries
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
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: A. Affective Turn, p.15 / Heather Houser --
Afrofuturism, p.17 / RamonAmara --
Ahuman, the, p.20 / Patricia MacCormack --
AI (Artificiallntelligence), p.21 / Lueiana Parisi --
AIgorithm, p.23 / Jamie 'Skye' Bianeo --
AIgorithmic Studies, p.26 / David Theo Goldberg and Jenna Ng --
Alienation, p.28 / James Williams --
Altergorithm, p.29 / Timotheus Vermeulen --
Animacies, p.32 / Mery Chen --
Animal, p.34 / Oxana Timofeeva --
Animism (Limulus), p.36 / Karen Kramer --
Animism, p.39 / Anselm Franke --
Anonymity, p.41 / Matthew Fuller --
Anthropism/lmmanent Humanism, p.44 / Neni Panourgia --
Anthropocene Observatory, p.45 / John Palmesino and Aun-Sofi Rönnskog --
Territorial Ageneyand Armin Linke --
Anthropocene, p.51 / Jussi Parikka --
Anthrôpos, p.53 / Neni Panourgia --
Architectonic Disposition, p.55 --
Vera Bühtmann Art, p.59 / Tom Hotert --
Art in the Anthropocene, p.63 / Heather Davis --
B. Biological Arts/Living Arts, p.66 / Oron Catts --
Bios, p.68 / Neni Panourgia --
Blue Humanities, p.69 / Steve Mentz --
Bodies Politic, p.72 / John Protevi --
Body Without Organs, p.74 / Patrieia Pisters --
C. Camp, p.77 --
Ethel Brooks --
Capitalocene and Chthulucene, p.79 / Donna Haraway --
Commons, the, p.83 / Lindsay Graee Weber --
Commutation Ontology, p.86 / Lila Athanasiadou --
Computational Turn, p.88 / Lueiana Parisi --
Contemporary The, p.91 / Tom Holert --
Cosmopolitics, p.92 / Maja and Reuben Fowkes --
Critical Posthumanism, p.94 / Stefan Herbreehter --
D. Decolonial Critique, p.97 / Shannon Winnubst --
Diffraction, p.99 / Iris van der Tuin --
Digital Citizenship, p.101 / Bernhard Rieder --
Digital Philosophy, p.104 / M. Beatriee Fazi --
Digital Rubbish, p.107 / Jennifer Gabrys --
E. Earth, p.110 / Jussi Parikka --
(Material) Ecocriticism, p.112 / Serenella lovino --
Ecohorror, p.115 / Christy Tidwell --
Ecologies of Architecture, p.117 / Andrej Radman --
Ecomaterialism, p.120 / Serpil Oppermann --
Econtology, p.123 / Henk Osterling --
Ecopathy, p.125 / Timotheus Vermeulen --
Ecosophy, p.129 / Rick Dolphijn --
Epigenetic Landscape, p.132 / Susan M. Squier --
Equation (Mathematical Thinking), p.133 / Vera Bühlmann --
Ethereal Scent, p.138 / Wander Eikelboom --
Exclusion lone, p.140 / Trevor Paglen --
Execution, p.141 / Critical Software Thing --
Expulsions, p.145 / Saskia Sassen --
Extended Cognition, p.148 / Goda Klumbyte --
Extinction, p.150 / Claire Colebrook --
F. Feminicity, p.154 / Felicity Colman --
Feminist Posthumanities, p.157 / Cecilia A.sberg --
Food, p.160 / Karl Steel --
Forests, p.162 / Paulo Tavares --
Four Elements, p.167 / Gary Genosko --
G. Gaga Feminism, p.170 / Jack Halberstam --
General Ecology, p.172 / Erich Hörl --
Geo-hydro-solar-bio-techno-politics, p.175 / John Protevi --
Geomythologies, p.178 / The Otolith Group --
GeopOlitics, p.181 / Ryan Bishop --
Green / Environmental Humanities, p.184 / Tobijn de Graauw and Elisa Fiore --
Gulf Labor, p.187 / MTL Collective (Nitasha Dhillon and Amin Husain) --
H. Hacking Habitat, p.191 / Ine Gevers --
Hypersea, p.193 / Jenna Sutela --
Hypersocial, p.195 / Tiziana Terranova --
I. Informatic Opacity, p.198 / lach Blas --
In-human, The, p.199 / Katerina Klzova --
In/Human, p.201 / Keti Chukhrov --
Insurgent Posthumanism, p.204 / Dimitris Papadopoulos --
I interest/Interesse, p.207 / Henk Dosterling --
Intermediality, p.210 / Henk üosterling --
Invariance, p.212 / Vera Bühlmann 'It', p.216 / Stuart McLean. J. Joy, Ethics of, p. 221 / Rosi Braidotti --
K. Kin, p. 225 / Goda Klumbytė --
L. Lampedusa, p.228 / Sandro Mezzadra and Brett Neilson --
Leaks and Stings, p.231 / Ravi Sundaram --
Literature of Liberation, p.232 / Serenella lovino --
Locality/Non-separability, p.235 / Ula Athanasiadou --
M. MakeHuman, p.237 / Femke Snelting and Jara Rocha --
Material Feminisms, p.242 / Astrida Neimanis --
Mattering, p.244 / Brandon Jones Maxwell's Demon (Non-Anthropocentric Cognition), p.247 / Vera Bühlmann Medianatures, p.251 / Jussi Parikka --
Metadata Society, p.253 / Matteo Pasquinefli --
Metamodernism, p.256 / Timotheus Vermeulen --
Metastability, p.259 / Aud Sissel Hoel --
Monster/The Unhuman, p.261 / Nikita Mazurov --
Multispecies, p.265 / Eben Kirksey --
Multiverse, p.266 / Francesca Ferrando --
N. Naturecultures, p.269 / Iris van der Tuin --
Necropolitics, p.270 / Christine Quinan --
Negentropy, p.273 / Vera Bühlmann --
Neo/New Materialism, p.277 / Iris van der Tuin --
Neocolonial, p.279 / Sandra Ponzanesi --
Neocybernetics, p.281 / Bruce Clarke --
Networked Affect, p.283 / Susanna Paasonen --
Neuronal Aesthetics, p.285 / Patricia Pisters --
Noise, p.287 / Inigo Wilkins --
Nomadic Sensibility, p.290 / Daniel Baker --
Non-human Agency, p.292 / Jeffrey Scott Marchand --
O. Object-oriented Ontology (000), p.296 / Peter Wolfendale --
Obsolete Technologies, p.299 / Tamara Shepherd and Koen Leurs --
Occupy (after Deleuze), p.301 / Rick Dolphijn --
Ontological Turn, the, p.304 / Jeffrey Jerome Cohen --
Organization in Platform Capitalism, p.306 / Geert Lovink and Ned Rossiter --
Otherwise Embodied Others, p.308 / Pierre Huyghe --
P. P2P (Peer to Peer) Economies, p.310 / Michel Bauwens and Vasilis Kostakis Piii, the (Posthuman Icon), p.312 / Anneke Smelik and Elisa Fiore Placenta Politics, p.315 / Rosi Braidotti Planetary, p.318 / Maja and Reuben Fowkes Plasticity, p.320 / Tom Giesbers --
Political Affect, p.323 / John Protevi --
Post Internet, p.326 / Tom Clark --
Postanimalism, p.329 / Tsz Man Chan --
Postdisciplinarity, p.332 / Nina Lykke --
Postglacial, p.335 / Ursula Biemann --
Posthuman Critical Theory, p.339 / Rosi Braidotti --
Posthuman Disability and DisHuman Studies, p.342 / Dan Goodley, Rebecca Lawthom, Kirsty Liddiard and Katherine Runswick-Cole --
Posthuman Ethics, p.345 / Patricia MacCormack --
Posthuman Literature and Criticism, p.347 / Carolyn Lau --
Posthuman Museum Practices, p.349 / Fiona R. Cameron. Posthuman Rights, A Micropolitics of, p.352 / Patrick Hanafin --
Posthuman Sexuality, p.355 / Patricia MacCormack --
Posthumanism, p.356 / CaryWolfe --
Posthumanist Performativity, p.359 / Elisa Fiore --
Postimage, p.361 / lngrid Hoelzl --
Postmedieval, p.362 / Eileen A. Joy --
Precognition, p.365 / RamanAmara --
Pregnant Posthuman, The, p.368 / Rodante van der Waal --
Process Ontologies, p.371 / James Williams --
Q. Quantum Anthropology, p.374 / Vicki Kirby --
R. Radical Mediocrity, p.376 / Henk Dosterling --
Rationalist Inhumanism, p.379 / Peter Wolfendale --
Real Cool Ethics, p.382 / Shannon Winnubst --
Resilience, p.385 / Jeremy Walker and Melinda Cooper --
Rewilding, p.388 / Maja and Reuben Fowkes --
Robophilosophy, p.390 / Johanna Seibt --
S. Sensing Practices, p.394 / Jennifer Gabrys and Helen Pritchard --
Socially Just Pedagogies, p.396 / Vivienne Bozalek --
Speculative Posthumanism, p.398 / David Roden --
SS = Security/Surveillance, p.402 / Stephanie Simon --
Stateless State, p.404 / Jonas Staal --
Static Glow, p.407 / Mirko Tobias ScMfer and Audrey Samson --
Storied Matter, p.411 / Serpil Dppermann --
Survival, p.414 / Alice Creischer and Andreas Siekmann --
Symbiogenesis, p.416 / Bruce Clarke --
Technicity, p.420 / Aud Sissel Hoel --
Technoanimalism, p.423 / Rick Dolphijn and Tove Kjellmark --
Terrestrial, p.427 / Birgit M. Kaiser and Kathrin Thiele --
Tolerances and Duration, p.429 / Harry Sanderson and Alexandra Symons Sutcliffe --
Trans, p.433 / Goda Klumbyte --
Trans-corporeality, p.435 / Stacy Alaimo --
Transhumanism/Posthumanism, p.438 / Francesca Ferrando --
U. (Un)Documented Citizenship, p.440 / Emst van den Hemel --
Urbanibalism, p.442 / Wietske Maas and Matteo Pasquinelli --
V. Vertigo Sea, p.445 / John Akomfrah --
Vibrant Matter, p.447 / Jane Bennett --
Violence, p.448 / Shela Sheikh --
W. War, p.453 / Jolle Demmers --
Wearable Technology, p.455 --
X. Xenofeminism, p.459 / Helen Hester --
Y. Youth, p.463 / Koen Leurs, Tamara Shepherd and Alison Harvey --
Zombie, p.467 / Oxana Timofeeva --
Cumulative Bibliography, p.470.
Series Title: Theory (Bloomsbury (Firm))
Other Titles: Post-human glossary
Responsibility: edited by Rosi Braidotti and Maria Hlavajova.
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"If art, science, and the humanities have shared one thing, it was their common engagement with constructions and representations of the human. Under the pressure of new contemporary concerns, however, we are experiencing a "posthuman condition"; the combination of new developments-such as the neoliberal economics of global capitalism, migration, technological advances, environmental destruction on a mass scale, the perpetual war on terror and extensive security systems- with a troublesome reiteration of old, unresolved problems that mean the concept of the human as we had previously known it has undergone dramatic transformations. 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. This original work will unlock the terms of the posthuman for students and researchers alike." -- Publisher's description

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