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193 reviews

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McKenzie Wark, Molecular Red: Theory for the Anthropocene

John Beck

Kathy Acker and McKenzie Wark, I’m Very Into You: Correspondence 1995–1996

Agata Pyzik

Eduardo Viveiros de Castro, Cannibal Metaphysics: For a Post-Structural Anthropology

Jason Read

John Fletcher and Nicholas Ray, eds, Seductions and Enigmas: Laplanche, Theory, Culture

Stella Sandford

Sara Ahmed, Willful Subjects

Victoria …


Beneath the soviets the beach

by / RP 193 (Sept/Oct 2015) / Review

McKenzie Wark, Molecular Red: Theory for the Anthropocene. Verso, London, 2015. xxii + 280 pp., £16.99 hb., 978 1 78168 827 4.

Geological time is long; the lifespan of critical terms is decidedly shorter. The sedimentary record of buzzwords logs the granulated residue of terms that were snuffed out not by intellectual gradualism but a …


190 Reviews

by , , , , , , , , , , and / RP 190 (Mar/Apr 2015) / Reviews

Colin Mooers, Imperial Subjects: Citizenship in an Age of Crisis and Empire

Jeffery R. Webber

Gabriel Rockhill, Radical History and the Politics of Art

Andrew Stefan Weiner

Pamela M. Lee, Forgetting the Art World

Marina Vishmidt

Andrew Feenberg, The Philosophy of Praxis: Marx, Lukács and the Frankfurt School

Konstantinos Kavoulakos

Fred Moseley and Tony Smith, …