Category Archives: Jane Bennett

Speculations journal

The first volume of a new online journal, Speculations, is now available. Speculations is a journal dedicated to research into speculative realism and post-continental philosophy. Our aim is to facilitate discussion about ongoing developments within these emerging movements and related … Continue reading

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Taking Place – new book

Two colleagues at Durham, Ben Anderson and Paul Harrison, have a new edited book out – Taking Place: Non-Representational Theories and Geography. It’s published by Ashgate, and more info can be found here. You can download the book’s introduction for … Continue reading

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Paul Ennis has a post about his nearly completed book Continental Realism (nice title, and interesting t.o.c.) Graham Harman has a fascinating post about reading, note-taking, planning, writing and editing here. I don’t work much like this – for a start, I … Continue reading

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Some forthcoming London talks

Stephen White, Continental and/versus Analytical Political Thought, School of Public Policy, 14 June – details (Jane Bennett as discussant) Marshall Berman, Urban Ruins: City Life with Urbicide, University of East London, 16 June – details Eyal Weizman, Forensic Architecture, Whitechapel Gallery, … Continue reading

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Jane Bennett – the proper question

Given that my brief question has already been linked to by Peter Gratton (thanks!), here’s a more fully worked through question on Jane’s book. As I said I have read the book and found it very interesting, beautifully written and … Continue reading

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Jane Bennett – Vibrant Matter reading group

The blog reading group on Jane Bennett’s new book Vibrant Matter has begun. Links below The Overview. An Interview with Jane Bennett Preface. Chapter 1, Section I. Chapter 1, Sections II-V. Chapter 1, Section VI. Adrian Ivakhiv has added some thoughts here. I’ll … Continue reading

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