New Materialism + Related Readings

A follow up from my previous post, I thought I’d just post some resources for new materialism that I have read or am reading. I’ll continually add to this post.

Last Updated: 13/2/2015

Books

Alaimo, Stacy; Hekman, Susan (Eds.). (2008). Material Feminisms. USA: Indiana University Press.

Barad, Karen. (2007). Meeting the Universe Halfway: quantum physics and the entanglement of matter and meaning. ebrary: Duke University Press

newiconDeleuze and Research Methodologies. (2013). (R. Coleman & J. Ringrose Eds.). Edinburgh Edinburgh University Press.

Dolphijn, R. and I. Van der Tuin (2013). New Materialism: Interviews & Cartographies. Online, Open Humanities Press.

Coole, Diana; Frost, Samantha (Eds.). (2010). New Materialisms: Ontology, Agency, and Politics. USA: Duke University Press.

Giffney, Noreen; Hird, Myra J (Eds.). (2008). Queering the Non/Human. England: Ashgate Publishing Company.

Articles

newiconAllen, Louisa. (2015). Sexual assemblages: mobile phones/young people/school. Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 36(1), 120-132.

Barad, Karen. (2011). Nature’s Queer Performativity. Qui Parle, 19(2), 121-158.

Barad, Karen. (2003). Posthumanist Performativity: Toward an Understanding of How Matter Comes to Matter. Signs, 28(3), 801-831.

newiconBoden, Linnea. (2013). Seeing red? The agency of computer software in the production and management of students’ school absences. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 26(9), 1117-1131.

Coleman, Rebecca. (2014). Inventive Feminist Theory: Representation, Materiality and Intensive Time. Women: A Cultural Review, 25(1), 27-45.

Davis, Noela. (2009). New Materialism and Feminism’s Anti-Biologism: A Response to Sara Ahmed. European Journal of Women’s Studies, 16(1), 67-80.

Dolphijn, Rick; van der Tuin, Iris. (2011). Pushing dualism to an extreme: On the philosophical impetus of a new materialism. Contemporary Philosophy Review, 44, 383–400.

newiconFox, Nick J.; Alldred, Pam. (2014). New materialist social inquiry: designs, methods and the research-assemblage. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 1-14.

Fraser, Mariam. (2002). What is the matter of feminist criticism? Economy and Society, 31(4), 606-625.

newiconHinton, Peta. (2014). ‘Situated Knowledges’ and New Materialism(s): Rethinking a Politics of Location. Women: A Cultural Review, 25(1), 99-113.

Hinton, Peta. (2013). The Quantum Dance and the World’s ‘Extraordinary Liveliness’: Refiguring Corporeal Ethics in Karen Barad’s Agential Realism. Somatechnics, 3(1), 169–189.

Hird, Myra J. (2004). Feminist Matters: New materialist considerations of sexual difference. Feminist Theory, 5(2), 223-232.

Jackson, Alecia Youngblood. (2013). Making matter making us: thinking with Grosz to find freedom in new feminist materialisms. Gender and Education, 25(6), 769-775.

Juelskjaer, Malou. (2013). Gendered subjectivities of spacetimematter. Gender and Education, 25(6), 754-768.

Juelskjaer, Malou; Schwennesen, Nete. (2012). Intra-active Entanglements – An Interview with Karen Barad. Kvinder, Kon & Forskning, 10(1-2), 10-24.

Kleinman, Adam. (2012). Intra-actions. Mousse, 34, 76-81.

Lorenz-Meyer, Dagmar. (2014). Reassembling Gender: On the Immanent Politics of Gendering Apparatuses of Bodily Production in Science. Women: A Cultural Review, 25(1), 78-98.

newiconMasny, Diana. (2013). Rhizoanalytic Pathways in Qualitative Research. Qualitative Inquiry, 19(5), 339–348.

Mazzei, Lisa A. (2013). Materialist mappings of knowing in being: researchers constituted in the production of knowledge. Gender and Education, 25(6), 776-785.

newiconPostma, Dirk. (2012). Education as Sociomaterial Critique. Pedagogy, Culture & Society, 20(1), 137-156.

newiconPuar, Jasbir. (2013). ‘I would rather be a cyborg than a goddess’: intersectionality, assemblage, and affective politics. Meritum, 8(2), 371-390.

Taylor, Carol A.; Ivinson, Gabrielle. (2013). Material feminisms: new directions for education. Gender and Education, 25(6), 665-670.

newiconThiele, Kathrin. (2014). Pushing Dualisms and Differences: From ‘Equality versus Difference’ to ‘Nonmimetic Sharing’ and ‘Staying with the Trouble’. Women: A Cultural Review, 25(1), 9-26.

newiconTimeto, Frederica. (2011). Diffracting the rays of technoscience: a situated critique of representation. Poiesis Prax, 8, 151-167.

Van der Tuin, Iris. (2008). Deflationary Logic: Response to Sara Ahmed’s `Imaginary Prohibitions Some Preliminary Remarks on the Founding Gestures of the ”New Materialism”’. European Journal of Women’s Studies, 15(4), 411-416.

newiconWalker, Rachel Lowen. (2014). The Living Present as a Materialist Feminist Temporality. Women: A Cultural Review, 25(1), 40-61.

Critical of New Materialism

Ahmed, Sara. (2008). Some Preliminary Remarks on the Founding Gestures of the ‘New Materialism’. European Journal of Women’s Studies, 15(23), 23-39.

Bruining, Dennis. (2013). A Somatechnics of Moralism: New Materialism or Material Foundationalism. Somatechnics, 3(1), 149–168.

Sullivan, Nikki. (2012). The somatechnics of perception and the matter of the non/human: A critical response to the new materialism. European Journal of Women’s Studies, 19(3), 299–313.

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2 thoughts on “New Materialism + Related Readings

  1. Might check out the work of the following as well:

    Jane Bennett
    Elizabeth Grosz
    Rosi Braidotti
    William E. Connolly
    Samantha Frost
    Dianna Coole
    Melissa A. Orlie
    Adrian Johnson

    Intros:

    New Materialism: Interviews & Cartographies by Rick Dolphijn
    New Materialisms: Ontology, Agency, and Politics by Diana Coole
    Material Feminisms by Stacy Alaimo

    A lot of other women and men surrounding this or even influencing this from the previous generation: Deleuze and Guattari, Judith Butler are key dark progenitors …

    I could go on but I think these would lead you to the rest anyway …

    Good luck, sounds like you will enjoy the ride!

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