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Cultivating projects that enact transdisciplinarity through the deployment of feral methods and rogue genres, ANIMA reimagines that which animates or enlivens a thing, opening up the study of "life" in all its definitional, philosophical, cultural, and political complexities. Books in ANIMA bring together queer theory, postcolonial studies, critical race scholarship, and disability theory to foreground the oft-occluded import of race and sex in the fields of posthumanist theory, new materialisms, vitalism, media theory, animal studies, and object-oriented ontologies. ANIMA emphasizes how life, vitality, and animatedness reside beyond what is conventionally and humanistically known.
Publisher: Duke University Press
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