Larval Subjects .

Yesterday I had the pleasure of doing an interview with Heather Duncan and Alex Reid concerning digital humanities, blogging, twitter, and to a lesser degree object-oriented ontology. With any luck it will be posted, alongside a host of other interviews (including one by Eileen Joy), in the Fall. During the course of our discussion, Heather raised questions about OOO and politics, remarking that initially she worried that OOO has no place for politics. Given that everything always comes back to politics for me, I was eager to know what gave her this impression. As she explained, when she first started reading OOO she was unable to see how issues such as race and gender could fit into this framework. As I outline in the introduction of The Democracy of Objects, this is exactly the sort of thing I want to avoid. I want a framework that’s broad enough to…

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