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Anthropocene A Neo-Materialist Perspective Timothy James LeCain HCM 3 (1): 1–28 URN:NBN:NL:UI:10-1-117064 Abstract The dawning realization that the planet may have entered a new geologi- cal epoch called the Anthropocene could prove transformative. However, over the course of its brief history, the

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In: International Journal for History, Culture and Modernity
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, some of which are translated into English, German, Dutch, and a few more languages. En hvalfangerfærd has been translated into German, but not into English. 2 Reading En hvalfangerfærd at a time of increasing awareness of living in the Anthropocene or the Age of Ecology characterized by climate

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In: A Poetic History of the Oceans

the heart of what I call Anthropocene temporality, inspired by Nicolas Mirzoeff’s notion of Anthropocene visuality (2014). Whereas Anthropocene visuality is a way of looking at the world, supported by certain tools and technologies that point in two opposite directions at once (domination and