Posts Tagged ‘Levi Bryant’

An evolutionary trajectory

Posted by: Johan Normark on March 11, 2016

Blogging about the end times: Dealing with the fringes of archaeology

Posted by: Johan Normark on December 30, 2015

Water as a hyperfact

Posted by: Johan Normark on January 10, 2015

TAG – Manchester

Posted by: Johan Normark on November 26, 2014

2012 and the Maya Collapse Ecology in the End Times

Posted by: Johan Normark on October 23, 2014

Nordic TAG session: Archaeology outside the correlationist circle

Posted by: Johan Normark on October 21, 2014

Temporality, assemblages, and Black Swans

Posted by: Johan Normark on October 10, 2014

The 2012-phenomenon and the (new) age of hyperobjects

Posted by: Johan Normark on April 16, 2014

2012: Sandy and apocalyptic fantasies

Posted by: Johan Normark on October 30, 2012

What is it like to be a cave from a speleocentric perspective?

Posted by: Johan Normark on August 17, 2012

An onticological response to New Age nonsense

Posted by: Johan Normark on August 14, 2012

2012: The autopoietic system perspective

Posted by: Johan Normark on March 28, 2012

1+1=3 or why holism should be rejected

Posted by: Johan Normark on March 3, 2012

2012: Symptoms of a hyperobject

Posted by: Johan Normark on December 11, 2011

What hides inside the black box of speculative archaeology?

Posted by: Johan Normark on November 8, 2011