Vol. 2 No.3 (2022) is now available!
It is our pleasure to inform you that our new issue (Vol. 2, No. 3) is now available and still open access.
This issue includes seven full-length articles on a wide range of topics, one commentary, two book reviews, and two artistic works:
“Can I use the toilet?”: Watching Steven Moffat’s Doctor Who (2010-2017) as Posthuman Television by Jonathan Hay
Autonomy, Posthuman Care, and Romantic Human-Android Relationships in Cassandra Rose Clarke’s The Mad Scientist’s Daughter by Monica Sousa
Morphological Fantasies: Posthuman Embodiment in Tian Xiaolei’s Video Art by Xiaoli Yang
Staying with the Trouble with Wilderness: Reworking Nature and Culture in the Plantationocene by Jordan Johnson
Forms of Care in Human–Nature–Technology Environments by Patricia Ciobanu, Oskar Juhlin
“Woman has won”; “(Venus won)”: On Donna Haraway’s Goddess by Maria Theuma
Philosophical Posthumanism and Intentionality by Albert Piacente
A Commentary on Mark Wallace’s When God was a Bird by Andrew Cutler
Buran, S. (Ed.). (2020). Edebiyatta posthümanizm. TPLondon. by Nikoleta Zampaki
Morton, T. & Boyer, D (2021). Hyposubjects: On becoming human. Open Humanities Press. by Nicola Robertson
Diffracted Photography: A Luminous Entanglement by Lorena Bañares
Floating Harmony: cutting-apart-back-together – a constellation of ‘becoming with’ in Horse ‘Henry Rainbow’ & Devoted Rider by Donna Carlyle
We are grateful for our reviewers, who made another excellent issue possible, and we congratulate all the authors who contributed their works to this issue.
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