WHAT I’M READING

12.22.2017

BEASTS OF BURDEN: ANIMAL AND DISABILITY LIBERATION, by Sunaura Taylor (New Press, 2017).

12.20.2017

BUMBLEBEE ECONOMICS, by Bernd Heinrich (Harvard, 1979).

FLIGHT WAYS: LIFE AND LOSS AT THE EDGE OF EXTINCTION, by Thomas van Dooren (Columbia, 2014).

11.1.2017

AESOP’S ANTHROPOLOGY: A MULTISPECIES APPROACH, by John Hartigan, Jr. (Minnesota, 2014).

NATURE AS EVENT: THE LURE OF THE POSSIBLE, by Didier Debaise (Duke, 2017).

WHEN SPECIES MEET, by Donna Haraway (Minnesota, 2008).

UNDERSTANDING COMPUTERS AND COGNITION: A NEW FOUNDATION FOR DESIGN, by Terry Winograd and Fernando Flores (Addison Wesley, 1986).

ACQUIRING GENOMES: A THEORY OF THE ORIGINS OF SPECIES, by Lynn Margulis and Dorion Sagan (Basic, 2002).

FACING GAIA: EIGHT LECTURES ON THE NEW CLIMATIC REGIME, by Bruno Latour (Polity, 2017 [k]).