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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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Graham Harman interview

New interview with Graham Harman here – his own work, poetry, art, politics, OWS, China Miéville, H.P. Lovecraft, etc. Some particularly interesting discussion of writing. Since he discusses Lovecraft and the book he has coming out on him, what better … 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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John Protevi interviews Graham Harman

John Protevi interviews Graham Harman at the New APPS blog.

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