Speaking Volumes – series of short contributions at Cultural Anthropology organised by Franck Billé

Speaking Volumes – series of short contributions at Cultural Anthropology organised by Franck Billé. I have a piece in it on ‘terrain’. All open access.

Speaking Volumes by Franck BilléOpen author orcid page in new window

Having engaged with the recent volumetric turn in architecture and political geography, anthropologists are increasingly concerned with realms such as air, oceans, riparian environments, and outer space, as well as with their social, political, and cultural reverberations. This Theorizing the Contemporary series, which grew out of a panel at the 2014 annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association, brings into dialogue these converging interests in volumetric sovereignty and more-than-human geographies. The contributors suggest that this theoretical confluence can be especially illuminating for border processes and phenomena that extend beyond the two-dimensional.

Posts in This Series

Introduction: Speaking Volumes

by Franck BilléOpen author orcid page in new window

Buoy

by Aihwa Ong

Clotting

by Elizabeth Cullen Dunn

Downwind

by Jerry Zee

Electric

by Gökçe Günel

Fissure

by Klaus Dodds

Geometries

by Sarah Green

Lag

by Tina Harris

Remnants

by Yael NavaroOpen author orcid page in new window

Sectional

by Franck BilléOpen author orcid page in new window

Seepage

by Jason Cons

Spectrum

by Helga Tawil-Souri

Surface

by Clancy Wilmott

Terrain

by Stuart Elden

Voluminous

by Lauren Bonilla

Warren

by Caroline Humphrey

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