Resilience Issue 4.1 (Winter 2016)

Volume 4, Number 1, Winter 2016

Table of Contents

Olfactory Art, Transcorporeality, and the Museum Environment

pp. 1-24

Below Ground and Foreground: Wyoming Coal, the Mountain Pine Beetle, and the Removal of Chris Drury’s Carbon Sink

pp. 25-43

Planting Out after Blithedale: Transcendental Agrarianism and Ecocritical Economy

pp. 44-59


Breaking Down What Matters: Welcome to compostings

pp. 60-62

Brutal Visions: Mimicry, Biosemiotics, and the Animal-Human Binary in Thomas Belt’s The Naturalist in Nicaragua

pp. 63-84

The Mountain and the Wolf: Aldo Leopold’s Uexküllian Influence

pp. 85-109

Canadian Forum

Canadian Forum on Bruno Latour’s An Inquiry into Modes of Existence

pp. 110-113

Confessions of a Print Modern (on Bruno Latour’s AIME)

pp. 114-119

Thinking about Latour and AIME’s Common World

pp. 120-123

Maestro Latour

pp. 124-129

Taking AIME at Face Value: An ANT-like Crawl through the Digital Project

pp. 130-136

Reader-Player-User: Engaging Bruno Latour’s AIME Project

pp. 137-143

“One Must Not Forget This Diplomatic Negotiation”

pp. 144-149

Interviews and Reviews

Building Languages, Building Worlds: An Interview with Jessica Sams

pp. 150-161

Shipwreck Modernity: Ecologies of Globalization, 1550–1719 by Steve Mentz (review)

pp. 162-165

Thinking Like a Mall: Environmental Philosophy after the End of Nature by Steven Vogel (review)

pp. 165-169

Feral: Rewilding the Land, the Sea, and Human Life by George Monbiot (review)

pp. 169-174