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The Time of Anthropology
Studies of Contemporary Chronopolitics




ISBN 9781350125827
Published December 30, 2020 by Routledge
228 Pages

 
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The Time of Anthropology provides a series of compelling anthropological case studies that explore the different temporalities at play in the scientific discourses, governmental techniques and policy practices through which modern life is shaped. Together they constitute a novel analysis of contemporary chronopolitics. The contributions focus on state power, citizenship, and ecologies of time to reveal the scalar properties of chronopolitics as it shifts between everyday lived realities and the macro-institutional work of nation states. The collection charts important new directions for chronopolitical thinking in the future of anthropological research.

Table of Contents

Introduction: The Time of Anthropology: Studies of Contemporary Chronopolitics and Chronocracy

Elisabeth Kirtsoglou and Bob Simpson

1. Migrant Imaginaries, Multiple Selves, and the Varieties of Temporal Experience

Michael D. Jackson

2. The Tree and the Net: Spatio-Temporal Narratives of Human Population Genomics

Peter Wade

3. The Pulverous State: Chronocracy and Affect in the Politics of Environmental Risk in Italy

Mateusz Laszczkowski

4. Contextualising Expectations: Reconfiguring Progressive Politics in the Post-Industrial Era

Felix Ringel

5. Depressing Time: Waiting, Melancholia, and the Psychoanalytic Practice of Care

Laura Salisbury and Lisa Baraitser

6. Monsoon uncertainties, Hydro-chemical Infrastructures, and Ecological Time in Sri Lanka

Tom Widger and Upul Wickramasinghe

7. Partial Decomposition: Peat and its Life Cycles

Richard Irvine

8. Anticipatory Nostalgia and Nomadic Temporality: A Case Study of Chronocracy in the Crypto-colony

Elisabeth Kirtsoglou

9. The Moment Ethnography Becomes Past: De-temporalising Ethnographic Nostalgia

Dimitrios Theodossopoulos

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Biography

Elisabeth Kirtsoglou is Associate Professor of Anthropology at Durham University, UK.

Bob Simpson is Professor of Anthropology at Durham University, UK.

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  • Introduction (.pdf) Introduction: The Time of Anthropology: Studies of Contemporary Chronopolitics and Chronocracy Elisabeth Kirtsoglou and Bob Simpson

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  • Chapter 5 (.pdf) 5. Depressing Time: Waiting, Melancholia, and the Psychoanalytic Practice of Care Laura Salisbury and Lisa Baraitser

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  • Chapter 6 (.pdf) 6. Monsoon uncertainties, Hydro-chemical Infrastructures, and Ecological Time in Sri Lanka Tom Widger and Upul Wickramasinghe

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  • Chapter 8 (.pdf) 8. Anticipatory Nostalgia and Nomadic Temporality: A Case Study of Chronocracy in the Crypto-colony Elisabeth Kirtsoglou

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