EssaysFeature

Sabotage as Environmental Activism

Why sabotage of pipelines is a justifiable and effective form of resistance to the sanctity of capitalist ownership

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CapitalismFeatureReviewsScience

For and Against the Anthropocene

A review of 'Against the Anthropocene: Visual Culture and Environment Today'

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EssaysEvents

The Standing Rock Syllabus Project

On behalf of the New York City Stands with Standing Rock Collective

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CapitalismFeatureReviewsTheory & Practice

Friction

Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing has just published a brilliant book on the global trade in a certain kind of mushroom. As much as I’d like to report on it, I feel like I have to get my head around a previous landmark work of hers before attempting it. Here I’m thinking of her book Friction: An Ethnography of Global Connection (Princeton University Press, Princeton NJ, 2005). 

Tsing: “Capitalism, science, and politics all depend on global connections….

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