The world is already stranger than it is
March 5, 2013 § 8 Comments
Tagged: Anthropocene, Bruno Latour, Cosmopolitics, Facing Gaia, Gifford Lectures, Political Ecology
[...] watched the final two of Latour’s Gifford Lectures, which are helpfully arranged and available here. On Latour’s site you can also just download the pdf notes for all of the talks (Or click [...]
[...] Tim Morton informs us that he will participate in a panel at this years American Academy of Religion conference alongside of William Connolly, Jane Bennett, and a host of others. The focus of the panel will be Bruno Latour’s recent Gifford Lectures, which you can watch in sequential order here. [...]
Thank you for putting this series together here; not availble in the correct order elsewhere.
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[…] The inspiration for this piece comes from Bruno Latour who gave the Gifford Lectures last year, particularly the third and fourth lectures. And, I thank my friend Jim Armstrong for […]
[…] I am once again indebted to Bruno Latour who gave the Gifford Lectures last year which inspired this piece and a previous one. And, once again I thank my friend Jim […]
[…] You can watch them here: http://knowledge-ecology.com/2013/03/05/bruno-latours-gifford-lectures-1-6/ […]
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