Category Archives: Jane Bennett

A Feeling for Things: A Conversation around the work of Jane Bennett – audio recordings

Backdoor Broadcasting Company have made available the audio recordings from the Jane Bennett workshop on 5th October. Contributions from Jane Bennett, Lisa Baraitser, Michael O’Rourke, Joao Florencio, Eileen Joy, Nigel Clark, and Eszter Timár. About these ads

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From Geo-metrics to Geo-politics – Waterloo to Zurich

I’ll be giving a version of the talk I recently gave at the Balsillie School of International Affairs at the University of Zurich tomorrow. (I note that William Walters, who I met for the first time at the Balsillie School, … Continue reading

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Jane Bennett lecture and workshop

Heading down to London later today, and then again Saturday, for the Jane Bennett lecture and workshop. The work of Jane Bennett, the political theorist over the last decade has consistently drawn attention to and had a feeling for things, … Continue reading

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Books received

An early book by Jane Bennett, Giddens’s The Politics of Climate Change, Kelly Oliver’s Technologies of Life and Death, and the new issues of Area, RIPE, British Academy Review and Law & Literature. The last has my piece on King … Continue reading

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A Feeling for Things: A Conversation around the work of Jane Bennett

I’ve mentioned the lecture (4th October) and workshop (5th October) A Feeling for Things: A Conversation around the work of Jane Bennett before, but further details are now available. Places are going fast and booking is required. (Lots of good … Continue reading

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A Feeling for Things – Jane Bennett, 4-5 October, London

From Bodies in Movement Birkbeck (University of London) offers another fantastic two-day event in early October, “A Feeling for Things: A Conversation around the work of Jane Bennett”. The evening of 4 October will feature a public lecture by Jane Bennett, some of whose work we … Continue reading

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Harman, Morton and Bennett papers now available

The Harman, Morton and Bennett papers I mentioned yesterday on Object-Orientated literary criticism have been uploaded here.

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Object-Orientated Literary Criticism

In the latest issue of New Literary History, Graham Harman, Timothy Morton and Jane Bennett discuss object-orientated literary criticism. Harman’s piece begins with an overview of his approach, which is a useful starter for those unfamiliar, but moves into criticism … Continue reading

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Dialogues in Human Geography new issue

The latest issue of Dialogues in Human Geography is now online (requires subscription). It includes a piece from John Allen entitled ‘Topological twists: Power’s shifting geographies’ with responses from Anssi Paasi, me, Mat Coleman and Alan Latham. There is also a … Continue reading

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Speculative Realism – Patricia Clough, Jane Bennett, Levi Bryant, Graham Harman

Patricia Clough, Jane Bennett, Levi Bryant, Graham Harman Speculative Realism – Part One from The Center for the Humanities on Vimeo. Speculative Realism – Part Two from The Center for the Humanities on Vimeo. (via Larval Subjects)

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