After discourse : things, affects, ethics /

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Imprint:Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2021.
Description:1 online resource.
Subject:Material culture -- Philosophy.
Archaeology -- Philosophy.
Object (Philosophy)
Affect (Psychology)
Affect (Psychology)
Archaeology -- Philosophy
Object (Philosophy)
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Archaeology
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Other authors / contributors:Olsen, Bjørnar, editor.
Burström, Mats, editor.
DeSilvey, Caitlin, editor.
Þóra Pétursdóttir, 1978- editor.
Notes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Bjørnar J. Olsen is Professor of Archaeology at the UiT - The Arctic University of Norway. His research focuses on Sm̀i archaeology, contemporary archaeology, memory, heritage and thing theory. Recent projects include three Norwegian Research Council-funded projects and he is currently the director of the Unruly Heritage project, which examines how the past effectively enacts itself through the undesirable legacies being passed on. Mats Burstrm̲ is Professor of Archaeology at Stockholm University, Sweden. His research is focused on contemporary archaeology and the interplay between material remains and memory. Publications within this field include studies of a Third Reich arena in Germany, a refugee camp in Sweden, family belongings hidden in the ground in Estonia and a Soviet nuclear missile site in Cuba. Caitlin DeSilvey isProfessor of Cultural Geography at the University of Exeter, where she is Associate Director for Transdiciplinary Researchat the Environment and Sustainability Institute. Her research explores the cultural significance of material change, with a particular focus on heritage contexts. She has published a number of edited books and journal articles; her monograph Curated Decay: Heritage Beyond Saving was published in 2017. Þóra Pétursdóttir is Associate Professor of Archaeology in the Department of Archaeology, Conservation and History at the University of Oslo in Norway. Her research is predominantly focused on archaeology of the recent past, archaeological theory and practice and critical heritage studies, with field projects in Iceland, Norway and Russia.
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Other form:Print version: After discourse Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2021. 9780367190460
Table of Contents:
  • After discourse : an introduction / Bjørnar Olsen, Mats Burström, Caitlin DeSilvey and Þóra Pétursdóttir
  • Things : writing, nearing, knowing / Þóra Pétursdóttir
  • Writing things after discourse / Bjørnar Olsen & Þóra Pétursdóttir
  • Wild things / Levi R. Bryant
  • In the presence of things / Jeff Malpas
  • Thick speech and deep time in the Anthropocene / Robert Macfarlane
  • On the face of things / Torgeir Rinke Bangstad
  • Affects : sensing things / Mats Burström
  • The view from somewhere : liquid, geologic, and queer bodies / Denis Byrne
  • Stranded stones and settled species : affect and effects of ballast / Mats Burström
  • Out of the day, time and life : phenomenology and cavescapes / Hein B. Bjerck
  • Ruins of ruins : the aura of archaeological remains / Saphinaz-Amal Naguib
  • What remains? On material nostalgia / Alfredo González-Ruibal
  • Ethics : caring for things / Caitlin DeSilvey
  • Touching tactfully : the impossible community / Lucas Introna
  • Foundered : other objects and the ethics of indifference / Caitlin DeSilvey
  • Releasing the visual archive : on the ethics of destruction / Doug Bailey
  • Through the Jackpile-Paguate Uranium Mine / Christopher Witmore with Curtis L. Francisco
  • Towards a post-Anthropocentric ethic / Timothy James LeCain.