Autonomia in the Anthropocene

An issue of: South Atlantic Quarterly

Autonomia in the Anthropocene
Journal Issue Pages: 224 Volume 116, Number 2 Published: April 2017 An issue of South Atlantic Quarterly
Autonomia in the Anthropocene explores challenges posed to radical politics by an era of anthropogenic global change. Informed by new sites of struggle around extraction, waste, rising seas and toxic landscapes, and by new indigenous and worker movements, the issue rethinks key concepts in the autonomist lexicon -- species being, the common, multitude, potentia, the production of subjectivity -- in an effort to generate powerful analytical and political resources for confronting the social and ecological relations of informationalized capitalism.

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