Publications

The work done in and around Terra Critica is published in different formats and fora.

To find out more about our most recent book publications, the diverse position papers from different core group meetings and information on other publications, please scroll down.

New Publications

Below you can find book publications linked to Terra Critica.

Naturally Late: Synchronization in Socially Constructed Times
Will Johncock
Rowman & Littlefield International 2019
(book series NCH)
Symptoms of the Planetary Condition:A Critical Vocabulary
Mercedes Bunz, Birgit M. Kaiser and Kathrin Thiele (eds.)
Meson Press 2017
Untranslating Machines: A Genealogy for the Ends of Global Thought
Jacques Lezra
Rowman & Littlefield International 2017
(book series NCH)
New Book Series: New Critical Humanities
Birgit M. Kaiser, Timothy O’Leary and Kathrin Thiele (eds.)
Rowman & Littlefield International
 

New Publication

Symptoms of the Planetary Condition:
A Critical Vocabulary

 

New Publication

Will Johncock, Naturally Late
Part of the New Series: New Critical Humanities

 

New Critical Humanities

Book Series
What does it mean for the humanities to be critical today?

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Position Papers 2019

Core Group Meeting July 2019

Mercedes Bunz
On Leaving Societies
Patrick ffrench
Individuals, Subjects, Transversals and Agencements
Seb Franklin
Living Tapestry
Johnny Golding
position paper
Jane Hiddleston
Critique and Society - Whose Society?
Birgit Mara Kaiser
What Difference Does Today Introduce with Respect to Yesterday’s Tomorrow?
Vicki Kirby
“the reality of the limit or limit-text of culture is rarely theorised...”
Jacques Lezra
Dispositions
Sam McAuliffe
Autosociobiography (Annie Ernaux and the Collective Sensorium)
Daniel Nemenyi
position paper
Timothy O'Leary
New Times, New Subjects
Esther Peeren
Critique and the Return of the Rural
Jennifer Suchland
The ‘Negro Question’ – A Socialist Solution or Unrequited Love Affair?
Kathrin Thiele
Drifting in the Cracks: With-For-Against Politics
Tjalling Valdés Olmos
The ‘Who’ of the Longue Durée – or – Critique as Coalitional
Sybrandt van Keulen
Time of Justice
Jennifer Wagner-Lawlor
A Trialectical Turn: Plasticity, Space
Shannon Winnubst
How to Let Go?
Feng Zhu
Self-limitation and Self-affirmation in (Anti-)totalising Thought

Position Papers 2017

Core Group Meeting May 2017

Mercedes Bunz
On Ethics of Technology after the Emergence of Being Hybrid
Birgit M. Kaiser
The ends of newness, now
Leonard Lawlor
What is Difficult to Think Today
Jacques Lezra
“Defective Institutions”
Sam McAuliffe
The Dissimilar
Timothy O’Leary
An Ethics of Critique: from Nomadology to Anarcheology
Tjalling R. Valdés Olmos
On Sensuous Utopia as Critical Ethicality after Humanism
Esther Peeren
From Just Reading to Reading Justly
Kathrin Thiele
Ethics of Critique – “After Humanism, What?”
Sybrandt van Keulen
Just Art. On Doing Justice in Art and Politics
Jennifer A. Wagner-Lawlor
The Question of the Horizon
Shannon Winnubst
The Economy of the Eve: An Ethical Aporia

Position Papers 2013

Core Group Meeting November 2013

Rosemarie Buikema
The Moth and the Bonfire: Virginia Woolf’s anti-militarism
Mercedes Bunz
On Affirmation and Critique
Rick Dolphijn
Insanity and Ecosophy from Guattari and Bateson to Malabou and back to Spinoza
Peta Hinton
The Ellipsis: Affirmative Negations as (Feminist) Critique
Birgit M. Kaiser
Critical Manifestos, Existential Refrains
Leonard Lawlor
Three Ways of Speaking
Timothy O’Leary
On the Genealogy of Ecological Sensibilities: Three Notes
Esther Peeren
Critical Perspectives
Melanie Sehgal
A Thousand Subjectivities. Rethinking Subjectivity with Guattari and Whitehead
Kathrin Thiele
On ‘Three Dots’ of Critique: Indirection, Indifference, Transversality
Iris van der Tuin
Signals Falling: Ecological Epistemology in Bergson, Woolf and Guattari
Sybrandt van Keulen
Creation and critique
Veronica Vasterling
What is wrong with irony?
Doro Wiese
The Semiotics of Subjectification in Leslie Marmon Silko’s Almanac of the Dead

Position Papers 2012

Core Group Meeting December 2012

Kiene Brillenburg Wurth
OVERWRITING: A Critique of Writing; or, Words Becoming Flash
Rosemarie Buikema
Virginia Woolf’s Postcolonial Feminism
Mercedes Bunz
Facing Our New Monster: On Critique in the Era of Affirmation
Rick Dolphijn
Critical Form; or The Gothic Stone, a New-Materialist Perspective
Annemie Halsema
The Subject of Critique
Birgit M. Kaiser
To experiment and critique with Kleist’s Käthchen
Leonard Lawlor
The Event of Shame
Jacques Lezra
The ‘Principle’ of In-sufficient Reason
Paola Marrati
Immanent Problems
Bettina Papenburg
Body Criticism: Affect as Critical Force
Esther Peeren
Critique and Answerability
Saskia Pieterse
(Not) Looking at the Picture: Anti-War Protest and Criticism of Class and Gender
Melanie Sehgal
Speculative and/as Critical Thinking
Asja Szafraniec
Critique as the question of conditions of visibility
Kathrin Thiele
In Critical Condition or Fully Out of Steam? Critical Thinking ‘Today’
Iris van der Tuin
Before Critique: Hélène Metzger (1886-1944)
Sybrandt van Keulen
Transcriticism. A reconsideration of Foucault’s notion of the limit-attitude
 

Terra Critica recommends...

Conference
New Earth Histories Conference Sydney, 6-8 December, 2019
Convenors: Alison Bashford, Adam Bobbette, Emily Kern

 

Symptoms of the
Planetary Condition

A Critical Vocabulary

 

ReadingRoom

co-organized with Casco Art Institute
sixth series starts in fall 2019

 

New Critical Humanities

Book Series
What does it mean for the humanities to be critical today?

 

New Publication

Will Johncock, Naturally Late
Part of the New Series: New Critical Humanities

 

Researcher in Residence
Eva Hayward

Eva Hayward is Assistant Professor in Gender & Women's Studies, University of Arizona, Tucson USA.
She will be Terra Critica Researcher in Residence (in collaboration with the Institute for Cultural Inquiry)
at Utrecht University from October 7 to October 17, 2019.

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