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  • POLYGRAPH 22 (2010)
  • Ecology & Ideology
  • Issue Editors: Gerry Canavan, Lisa Klarr, and Ryan Vu
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    Article abstracts can be found here.
  • Introduction
  • Available as a PDF file.
  • Gerry Canavan, Lisa Klarr, and Ryan Vu
  • The Cultural Politics of Oil: On Lessons of Darkness and Black Sea Files
  • Imre Szeman
  • Ecology after Capitalism
  • Timothy Morton
  • When Nature Calls; Or, Why Ecological Criticism Needs Althusserian Ideology
  • Andrew Hageman
  • Inverted Astronomy: Ungrounded Ethics, Volcanic Copernicanism, and the Ecological Decentering of the Human
  • Ben Woodard
  • Philosophy and Ecosystem: Towards a Transcendental Ecology
  • Anthony Paul Smith
  • The Ecology of Consumption: A Critique of Economic Malthusianism
  • John Bellamy Foster and Brett Clark
  • The Animal and the Political: Biopolitics, Sovereign Power, and the Hydrologic of Immanent Space
  • Robert Geroux
  • Black Nature: The Question of Race in the Age of Ecology
  • Britt M. Rusert
  • The Anti-Nuclear Movement in Germany
  • Joachim Radkau
    Translated by Lucas Perkins
  • Embodied Materialism in Action: An Interview with Ariel Salleh
  • Gerry Canavan, Lisa Klarr, and Ryan Vu
  • Science, Justice, Science Fiction: A Conversation with Kim Stanley Robinson
  • Available in HTML or as a PDF file.
  • Gerry Canavan, Lisa Klarr, and Ryan Vu
  • On Ecology: A Roundtable Discussion with Timothy Morton and Kathy Rudy
  • Timothy Morton, Kathy Rudy, and the POLYGRAPH Collective
  • Living in the End Times
  • Slavoj Žižek
  • Two Faces of Apocalypse: A Letter from Copenhagen
  • Available as a PDF file.
  • Michael Hardt
  • Books in Review
  • Lee Braver, A Thing of This World: A History of Continental Anti-Realism (2007)
    Graham Harman, Prince of Networks: Bruno Latour and Metaphysics (2009)
  • Available as a PDF file.
  • review by Ryan Vu
  • James Boyle, The Public Domain: Enclosing the Commons of the Mind (2008)
  • Available as a PDF file.
  • review by Corinne Blalock