Deleuze and the Non/Human (Paperback)
This groundbreaking interdisciplinary collection interrogates the significance of Deleuze's work in the recent and dramatic nonhuman turn. It confronts questions about environmental futures, animals and plants, nonhuman structures and systems, and the place of objects in a more-than-human world.
About the Author
Keith Ansell-Pearson, University of Warwick, UK Simone Bignall, University of New South Wales, Australia Ronald Bogue, University of Georgia, USA Sean Bowden, Deakin University, Australia Claire Colebrook, Penn State University, USA Elizabeth Grosz, Duke University, US Timothy Laurie, University of Melbourne, Australia Dr Stephen Loo, University of Tasmania, Australia Jon Roffe, University of Melbourne, Australia Arun Saldanha, University of Minnesota, USA Dr Undine Sellbach, University of Tasmania, Australia Hannah Stark, University of Tasmania, Australia Ashley Woodward, University of Dundee, UK