anthropocene

Molecular Red in Nine Minutes

McKenzie Wark responds to a review of their work Molecular Red, clarifying some of their main points and arguments in the book.Read more

Accumulation by difference-making: an anthropocene story, starring witches

Rosemary-Claire Collard and Jessica Dempsey argue that both witch hunts and the division between productive and reproductive labor they helped engeder were important, foundational events at the impetus of the Anthropocene.Read more

Molecular Red: Theory for the Anthropocene (Except On Alexander Bogdanov and Kim Stanley Robinson)

In this edited except from Moleculor Red, Mckenzie Wark develops the "labor perspective" on the Anthropocene.Read more

INTERSCALAR VEHICLES FOR AN AFRICAN ANTHROPOCENE: On Waste, Temporality, and Violence

Gabrielle Hecht discusses the Anthropocene in the African context and outlines her approach to the problems of scale posed by anthropocenics.Read more

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