Coastal Methodologies: Audio-Visual Workbooking in Ayasha Guerin's 'Submerged'
Sarah Bezan (University of York, UK)
Tomas Buitendijk (University College Dublin, Ireland)
Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos (University of Westminster, UK)
Our time is known as the Anthropocene. Anthropocenes – Human, Inhuman, Posthuman has been established to become a leading global interdisciplinary journal at the centre of conceptual debates and practices. Anthropocenes – Human, Inhuman, Posthuman's core contributor base and readership will be in the social sciences, arts and humanities although often social and political thought will be applied to aspects of the natural or ‘hard’ sciences.
The journal is about the invitation to rethink notions such as abstraction, art, architecture, design, governance, ecology, law, politics and discourses of science in the context of human, inhuman and posthuman frameworks.
2023-03-24 Volume 4 • Issue 1 • 2023 • Volume 4