Nature is not natural and can never be naturalized — Graham Harman

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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

You're going to want to fit Winnipeg in there some day... One of my students, btw, found your PhD advice on this site most helpful. She thanks you. Now we are both pondering the potato's relationship to Bloom in Ulysses, and not just the other way around.... D

Lucy Weir said...

And Ireland. You'd appreciate the irony of Ireland's forty shades of Green. You also helped another student here to shape her PhD. Many thanks. It would be great to hear you speak. Let me know if I can set up a talk for you here.

caitlinfinley said...

And NYC too, please.

Sarah Iremonger said...

Well I have just found you and you could say that was through my own neglect, glad to find you now. I have been working on an obscure idea of 'Landscape Unions' for some time now and like your thoughts xx http://sarahiremonger.com/projects/landscape-unions-2011-12/2

LENKA said...

Hello, Timothy, we are starting to work as a visual activist group with a focus on ecology awareness. Your lectures and texts are valuable materials and your philosophy influence me a lot. We try to spread darkecology, shimmering and found new way of thinking. Check dunagroup.tumblr.com if you can. Work SupermassiveBlackAshHole is based on your (transformed) texts.

Also we love to see you in Prague, we can prepare a public lecture.

All the best, Lenka as part of the DUNA group.
le.balounova@gmail.com

Unknown said...

Cannot wait to hear you speak in Boston!