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The Routledge companion to actor-network theory

Author: Ignacio Farias; Celia Roberts; Anders Blok
Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge 2020. ©2020
Series: Routledge companions.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This companion explores ANT as an intellectual practice, tracking its movements and engagements with a wide range of other academic and activist projects. Showcasing the work of a diverse set of 'second generation' ANT scholars from around the world, it highlights the exciting depth and breadth of contemporary ANT and its future possibilities. The Routledge Companion to Actor-Network Theory will be an inspiring and  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ignacio Farias; Celia Roberts; Anders Blok
ISBN: 9781138084728 1138084727
OCLC Number: 1105746564
Description: xxxv, 421 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 26 cm.
Contents: Section 1 --
ANT as an intellectual practice --
Why and how should we distinguish between modes of doing ANT? / Daniel López Gómez --
How to make concepts with ANT? / Adrian Mackenzie --
Is ANT a critique of capital? / Fabian Muniesa --
How to use ANT in inventive ways so that its critique will not run out of steam? / Michael Guggenheim --
Is ANT's radical empiricism ethnographic? / Brit Ross Winthereik --
Can ANT compare with anthropology? / Atsuro Morita --
How to write after performativity? / José Ossandón --
Section 2 --
Engaging dialogues with key intellectual companions --
What can ANT still learn from semiotics? / Alvise Mattozzi --
What can ANT learn from the anthropology of writing? / Jerome Pontille --
What else besides publics could ANT learn from pragmatism? / Noortje Marres --
What is the relevance of Stengers to ANT? / Martin Savransky --
Would we have been better off if ANT had indeed flagged its Deleuzian roots by being called actant-rhizome ontology? / Casper Bruun Jensen --
Why does ANT need Haraway for thinking about (gendered) bodies? / Ericka Johnson --
How does thinking with dementing bodies and A.N. Whitehead reassemble central propositions of ANT? / Michael Schillmeier --
Section 3 --
Illicit trading zones of ANT --
critical provocations --
What so often goes wrong when people become interested in the non-human? / Nigel Clark --
How to stage a convergence between ANT and Southern Sociologies? / Marcelo C. Rosa --
Is ANT capable of tracing spaces of affect? / Derek McCormack --
What possibilities would a queer actor-network theory generate? / Kane Race --
How can ANT learn from contemporary art? / Francis Halsall --
How to care for our accounts? / Sonja Jerak Zuiderent --
What might ANT learn about difference from Chinese medicine? / Wen-Yuan Lin --
Section 4 --
Translating ANT beyond science and technology --
But what about race? / Amade M'charek & Irene Oorschot --
What might we learn from ANT for studying health care issues in the majority world, and what might ANT learn in turn? / Uli Beisel --
What is the value of ANT research into economic valuation devices? / Liliana Doganova --
How does ANT help us rethink the city? / Alexa Färber --
Can ANT cope with subjectivity? / Arthuro Arruda Leal Ferreira --
Why do maintenance and repair matter? / David Denis --
Section 5 --
The sites and scales of ANT --
Are parliaments still today privileged sites for studying politics and liberal democracy and at what price? / Endre Danyi --
Is ANT equally good in dealing with local, national, and global natures? / Kristin Asdal --
What happens to ANT, and its emphasis on the socio-material grounding of the social, in digital sociology? / Carolin Gerlitz & Ester Weltervrede --
How do ANT and architectural notions of sites speak to each other? / Albena Yaneva and Brett Mommersteeg --
Does the South Korean city of Kyongju make a specific difference to how ANT can think the category of place? / Robert Oppenheim --
What is ontologically challenging about Paraguayan soybeans when they enter the courtroom? / Kregg Heatherington --
Section 6 --
The uses of ANT for public-professional engagement --
Can ANT be a form of activism? / Tomás S. Criado and Israel Rodríguez-Giralt --
Has ANT been helpful for public anthropology after the 3.11 disaster in Japan? / Shuhei Kimura & Kohei Inose --
How can we to move beyond the dialogism of 'the parliament of things' and the 'hybrid forum' when rethinking participatory experiments with ANT? / Claire Waterton and Emma Cardwell --
How well does ANT equip designers for socio-material speculations? / Alex Wilkie --
How to run a hospital with ANT? / Yuri Carvajal Bañados --
Index
Series Title: Routledge companions.
Other Titles: Companion to actor-network theory
Responsibility: edited by Ignacio Farías, Celia Roberts and Anders Blok.

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"This companion explores ANT as an intellectual practice, tracking its movements and engagements with a wide range of other academic and activist projects. Showcasing the work of a diverse set of 'second generation' ANT scholars from around the world, it highlights the exciting depth and breadth of contemporary ANT and its future possibilities. The Routledge Companion to Actor-Network Theory will be an inspiring and lively companion to academics and advanced undergraduates and postgraduates from across many disciplines across the social sciences including Sociology, Geography, Politics and Urban Studies, Environmental Studies and STS"--

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