Article Alert! New Texts in Discard Studies (October 2017)

Discard Studies

Since critical discard studies doesn’t (yet!) have its own journal, conference, or department, Discard Studies publishes a regular table of contents alerts for articles, reports, and books in the field. If you are interested in becoming an editor for non-English article alerts on Discard Studies, or know of a recent article for the next article alert, please contact Max Liboiron:

lead_960Altman, R. (2017). How the Benzene Tree Polluted the World. The Atlantic. October 4. 
Into intricate ecological and biological systems human industry introduced PCBs in extraordinary volumes, and in evolutionary terms, rapidly—over the span of three or four human generations, said Spak. But the problem isn’t so much that PCBs are “unnatural,” though one could make that argument. It is that they are molecules nature recognized, familiar enough to be folded into its systems and to confuse them.

Cantor, A. (2017). Material, Political, and Biopolitical Dimensions of “Waste”…

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