Category Archives: Timothy Morton

Singularum – first issue on Alphonso Lingis

New online journal – first issue is on Alphonso Lingis, including papers by Graham Harman, Timothy Morton and John Protevi. And there is an interview with man himself, taking photography and geography as the ways into his work, here.

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Harman and Morton in Continent

Online (open access) essays. Graham’s piece is a particularly good introduction to his work. Details here.

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Tim Morton, Realist Magic and writing books

Tim Morton is writing a couple of books, under the titles Realist Magic and Hyperobjects. And he’s writing them terrifyingly fast, blogging about it as he goes. His stuff is worth reading, so it clearly works for him. Graham Harman is similarly … Continue reading

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Of fellowships and stone

Jeffrey Jerome Cohen reports here on his good news of an ALCS fellowship, and the project that he will be working on. A few things I found interesting in his post, which I am relating to my own experience of … Continue reading

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Timothy Morton interview

Very interesting and revealing interview with Timothy Morton, conducted by John Protevi, here. Some good stuff on his work practices, among other things. Also have a look at his own blog, here.

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Roundup – PhDs, Connolly, Banning Books, Congratulations

Over at Ecology without Nature, Timothy Morton has begun a new series of advice posts, this time on ‘How to Plan a PhD’. Will be interesting to see this one develop. Adrian Ivakhiv reports his first thoughts on William Connolly’s … Continue reading

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