Category Archives: Timothy Morton

Prismatic Ecology and Hyperobjects reviewed in the Glasgow Review of Books

Jeffrey J. Cohen ed., Prismatic Ecology: Ecotheory beyond Green (University of Minnesota Press, 2014) and Timothy Morton, Hyperobjects: Philosophy and Ecology after the End of the World (University of Minnesota Press, 2013) – reviewed in the Glasgow Review of Books by Tom White. About these … Continue reading

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Tim Morton to give the Wellek lectures

He has the news here – these are significant lectures and a real honour. He is, as he notes, in some excellent past company. The good news – for those unable to attend – is that they are published in … Continue reading

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Critical-Theory.com’s five books that came out in October – Balibar, Spanos, Morton, Jameson, Hancox

List and details here.

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Timothy Morton, Realist Magic

Timothy Morton’s new book Realist Magic: Objects, Ontology, Causality is now available to read online open access – print and pdf to follow presumably.

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Continent annual

Papers from the Continent journal in book form from Punctum – download here. Thanks to Graham Harman for the alert – also includes pieces by Tim Morton, Alain Badiou, Michael O’Rourke, Ben Woodard…

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METAphorisms – Tim Morton and Tammy Lu

A collaborative short piece by Tim Morton and Tammy Lu.

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Jeffrey Jerome Cohen’s Introduction to Prismatic Ecologies

Jeffrey Jerome Cohen has shared his draft introduction to a book entitled Prismatic Ecologies: Ecotheory Beyond Green, forthcoming with University of Minnesota Press. The chapters include pieces by a range of philosophers, literary scholars, etc. on different colours and their relation to … Continue reading

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