I do believe it's time for me to tackle my research on nonlocality in my next hyperobjects talk. This poses a problem of how to relate it to thinking about ecology. Nonlocal effects are now apparent in DNA and photosynthesis, so that's a beginning. Does anyone out there have any ideas? Don't say Karen Barad—I've already been there.
This is also apropos of my essay for a volume on ecofeminism, called “Treating Objects Like Women.” I'm going to use Levi Bryant's startling formulation on objects and sexuation.