Engaging the “Anthropocene”
Katherine Yusoff, “Aesthetics of Loss: Biodiversity, Violence, and Biotic Subjects”, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, Issue 37, 2011: 578-592.
Descola, Philippe, 2012. Beyond nature and culture Forms of attachment, HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory, 2, 1, pp. 447–471
Donna Haraway, “Anthropocene, Capitalocene, Platnationocene, Chthulucene: Making Kin”,
Environmental Humanities, vol. 6, 2015: 159-165
Paxson, Heather and Stefan Helmreich, 2014. The perils and promises
of microbial abundance: Novel natures and model ecosystems, from artisanal cheese to alien seas, Social Studies of Science, 44, 2, pp.165–193
Hornborg, Alf, 2016. Post-capitalist ecologies: Energy, “value” and fetishism in the Anthropocene, Capitalism Nature Socialism, 27, 4, pp. 61-76.
Pitrou, Perig 2017. Life Form and Form of Life within an Agentive Configuration
A Birth Ritual among the Mixe of Oaxaca, Mexico, Current Anthropology, 58, 3, pp. 360-380.
Tsing, Anna, 2015. In the midst of disturbance: symbiosis, coordination, history, landscape, ASA Firth Lecture.
Jennifer Gabrys, Program Earth: Environmental Sensing Technologies and the Making of a
Computational Planet, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota (2016) Introduction, Conclusion
Larkin, B. (2013). “The Politics and Poetics of Infrastructure”. The Annual Review of Anthropology. 42:327-43.
Rem Koolhaas, Junkspace, http://www.cavvia.net/junkspace/
Robert Smithson, Entropy and the New Monuments, (1966): https://www.robertsmithson.com/essays/entropy_and.html
Lebbeus Woods, writings, https://lebbeuswoods.wordpress.com/ Particularly focus on war and radical reconstruction
de La Cadena, Marisol, 2010. Indigenous Cosmopolitics in the Andes: Conceptual Reflections beyond “Politics”, Cultural Anthropology, 25, 2, pp. 334-370.
Helmreich, Stefan 2007. Blue-green Capital, Biotechnological Circulation and an Oceanic
Imaginary: A Critique of Biopolitical Economy, BioSocieties, 2, pp. 287–302.
Emily Apter, Overburden, E-flux, May 2017: http://www.e-flux.com/architecture/accumulation/96423/overburden/
Coal mine wastes recycling for coal recovery and eco-friendly bricks production, Yassine Taha, Mostafa Benzaazoua, Rachid Hakkou, Mohammed Morasi Minerals Engineering, September 7, 2016.
Integrated environmental management of pyrrhotite tailings at Raglan Mine: Part 1 challenges of desulphurization process and reactivity
Prediction, M. Benzaazoua, H. Bouzahzah, Y.Tahaa, L. Kormos, D. Kabombo, F. Lessard, B. Bussiere, I. Demers, M. Kongolo, Journal of Cleaner Production 162 (2017)
Films from Kahnawake community on the seaway: http://www.kahnawake.com/community/revisited.asp
Tuck and Yang (2012), Decolonization is not a Metaphor: http://decolonization.org/index.php/des/article/view/18630
Tricia Toso (2016) “The Soundscapes of Becomine Place: Rhythms and Voices of Villages des Tanneries”, http://etopia.journals.yorku.ca/index.php/etopia/article/view/36770/33443
Alfred, Taiaiake G.R. “Chapter 7, Interactions and their Impact: Conflict over Territory and Membership” In Heeding the Voices of Our Ancestors: Kahnawake Mohawk Politics and the Rise of Native Nationalism. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1995, 149-162.
Desbiens, C. (2013). “Chapter One: The Nexus of Hydroelectricity in Quebec” In Power from the North: Territory, Identity, and the Culture of Hydroelectricity in Quebec. Vancouver and Toronto: UBC Press, 19-39.
Feit, H. (1980), “Negotiating Recognition of Aboriginal Rights: Histories, Strategies and Reactions to the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement.” Canadian Journal of Anthropology 1 (2), 159-171.
Gandy, M. (2014) “Introduction” In The Fabric of Space: Water, Modernity, and the Urban Imagination. Cambridge: The MIT Press. 1-25.
Hanrahan, M. (2017) “Water (in)security in Canada: national identity and the exclusion of Indigenous peoples” British Journal of Canadian Studies, 30(1), 69-89.
Lewis, R. Manufacturing Montreal
Macfarlane, D. (2014).”Introduction” and “Chapter 4, Fluid Relations” Negotiating a River: Canada, the US, and the Creation of the St. Lawrence Seaway. Vancouver and Toronto: UBC Press, 3-18, 111-138.
Oliveros, P. (2010). Sounding the margins: collected writings 1992-2009. (Ed) Lawton Hall. Kingston, NY: Deep Listening.
Porter, L. (2013) “Co-existence in cities: The challenge of Indigenous urban planning in the 21st Century”. Walker, R., T. Jojola and D. Natcher (Eds) Reclaiming Indigenous Planning. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press. 283-310.
Sandvig, C. (2012). “Connection at Ewiiaapaayp Mountain: Indigenous Internet Infrastructure”. In Race After the Internet. (Eds) Lisa Nakamura and Peter A. Chow-White. New York and London: Routeledge, 168-200. (http://aaaaarg.fail/upload/lisa-nakamura-and-peter-a-chowwhite-race-after-the-internet-1.pdf)
Simpson, L. (2014). “Chapter Two: A Brief History of Land, Meaning, and Membership in
Iroquoia and Kahnawà:ke”. In Mohawk Interruptus: Political Life Across the Borders of Settler States.
Durham and London: Duke University Press, 37-66.
2 short documentaries on the mohawk Council of Kahnawake’s website, about the seaway: http://www.kahnawake.com/community/revisited.asp
Return to Smithson/Koolhaas/Yusoff/Woods
Peter Watts, “Beyond the Rift”/Echopraxia (excerpts)
Halpern and Gunel, “Preemptive Hope” Fibreculture, August 2017.
Sylvia Wynter, Human Being as Noun? Or Being Human as Praxis? Towards the Autopoetic Turn/Overturn: A Manifesto
Ezekiel Dixon -Roman, “Diffractive Possibilities: Cultural Studies and Quantification”, Transforming Anthropology
Exit and the Extensions of Man”Transmediale Online Journal https://transmediale.de/content/exit-and-the-extensions-of-man April 2017
The Speed Trap: Of Taxis ,Truck Stops and Task Rabbits” in Societies of Speed edited by Judy Wajcmanand Nigel Dodd, Oxford University Press, 2017
Melinda Cooper: “ Turbulent Worlds: Financial Markets and Environmental Insecurity”, Theory, Culture and Society (2010).
Orit Halpern, Hopeful Resilience, E-flux, http://www.e-flux.com/architecture/accumulation/96421/hopeful-resilience/