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Ian Buchanan’s “Assemblage Theory and its Discontents”

Buchanan’s paper from Deleuze Studies 9.3 is now available on his academia.edu page. I haven’t read it yet, but I did have the chance to talk about shared concerns (some of mine are here, in a dissertation chapter draft) with … Continue reading

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Don’t Believe the Internet

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Texas Theory Wiki

Just came across this entry on Assemblage Theory. Bookmark.

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DeLanda vs. Latour

A few direct comparisons between DeLanda and Latour, taken from Graham Harman’s, Prince of Networks (click for a pdf of the Open Access book, published by re.press). I am exploring these sources in an effort to better understand “assemblage urbanism.” … Continue reading

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deleuze and delanda

bookmarking this post by john protevi about delanda’s reading of deleuze (thanks, cheryl!). i’m currently working on my aag paper and am drawing on bonta and protevi’s geophilosophy book, which is heavily indebted to delanda.

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