Theorizing the Contemporary, which is curated by the Society for Cultural Anthropology, is one of those daring, amorphous intellectual experiments that can be hard to categorize. The site itself claims to "engage the contemporary through theoretical critique, analytical innovation, paradigm-making or breaking." Here readers will find a series of posts on "The Lexicon for an Anthropocene Yet Unseen," which includes topics such as Cosmos, Distribution, Dream, Ecopolitics, Hyposubjects, and Nature, among others. Adventurous readers may also enjoy the series "The Politics of Ontology," which includes wonderings about What an Ontological Anthropology Might Mean, as well as posts about Onto-Methodology, Practical Ontologies, and others.
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