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The notion of the posthuman continues to both intrigue and confuse, not least because of the huge number of ideas, theories and figures associated with this term. More Posthuman Glossary provides a way in to the dizzying array of posthuman concepts, providing vivid accounts of emerging terms. It is much more than a series of definitions, however, in that it seeks to imagine and predict what new terms might come into being as this exciting field continues to expand.A follow-up volume to the brilliant interventions of Posthuman Glossary (2018), this book extends and elaborates on that work, particularly focusing on concepts of race, indigeneity and new ideas in radical ecology. It also includes new and emerging voices within the new humanities and multiple modes of communicating ideas.This is an indispensible glossary for those who are exploring what the non-human, inhuman and posthuman might mean in the 21st century.
Editor(s): Braidotti R, Jones E, Klumbyte G
Publication type: Edited Book
Publication status: Published
Series Title: Theory in the New Humanities
Number of Pages: 224
Print publication date: 01/12/2022
Acceptance date: 19/09/2022
Place Published: London
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