Announcing Fabricating Publics
Dec 01, 2021
Fabricating Publics explores how cultural practitioners and institutions perceive their role in the post-truth era by repositioning their work in relation to the notion of the “public”.
Announcing Hacking the Anthropocene
Nov 11, 2021
Feminist, Queer, Anticolonial Propositions for Hacking the Anthropocene
If the Anthropocene heralds both a new age of human supremacy and an out-of-control Nature ushering in a premature apocalypse, this living book insists such assumptions must be hacked.
Announcing The Interfact
Oct 18, 2021
Objects in object-oriented ontology (OOO) are mysterious and inexhaustible entities.
Welcoming Capacious Journal
Oct 01, 2021
We’re delighted to welcome Capacious: Journal For Emerging Affect Inquiry to OHP. The principal aim of Capacious is to ‘make room’ for a wide diversity of approaches and emerging voices to engage with ongoing conversations in and around affect studies.
Nous annonçons La magie réaliste
Jul 21, 2021
La magie réaliste
Dans cet ouvrage, Timothy Morton nous entraîne dans une nuit magique des objets.
Mar 19, 2021
The time of hypersubjects is ending. Their desert-apocalypse-fire-and-death cults aren’t going to save them this time.
Announcing Psychopolitical Anaphylaxis
Feb 22, 2021
The great acceleration that has become known as the Anthropocene has brought with it destructive consequences that threaten to give rise to a dangerous and potentially explosive convergent reaching of limits, not just climatically or biospherically, but psychosocially.
Announcing A Stubborn Fury
Jan 26, 2021
A Stubborn Fury
In A Stubborn Fury, Gary Hall offers a powerful and provocative look at the consequences of British inequality. Focusing on the literary novel and the memoir, he investigates, in terms that are as insightful as they are irreverent, why so much writing in England is uncritically realist, humanist and anti-intellectual.
Announcing Aesthetic Programming
Jan 18, 2021
This book explores the technical as well as cultural imaginaries of programming from its insides. It follows the principle that the growing importance of software requires a new kind of cultural thinking — and curriculum — that can account for, and with which to better understand the politics and aesthetics of algorithmic procedures, data processing and abstraction.
Presentamos Sin criterios
Sep 06, 2020
En Sin Criterios, Steven Shaviro nos propone explorar una fantasía filosófica: imaginar un mundo en el que Alfred North Whitehead toma el lugar de Martin Heidegger. ¿Qué habría pasado si Whitehead, en vez de Heidegger, hubiese fijado la agenda del pensamiento posmoderno?