Monthly Archives: May 2014

The spatiotemporalities of ruins

So far, we talked about topologies mostly in spatial terms. But what about temporalities? STS has sometimes been accused of ‘presentism’ – of being good at describing events and processes that take place here and now, involving actors that are … Continue reading

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Topologies of culture

Last time we talked about topology in rather abstract terms; this time we’ll start discussing what topological analyses might look like in one specific field or another. Our reference point will be a special issue of┬áTheory, Culture & Society on … Continue reading

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