author={John Phillips},
  journal={Theory, Culture \& Society},
  pages={108 - 109}
  • J. Phillips
  • Published 1 May 2006
  • Theory, Culture & Society
The normativity of nature: morality, variability and kinship in the gamete exchange
The thesis examines the conditions under which nature is normatively performed in Argentinean fertility clinics. Looking at the use of donated gametes as one particularly telling assisted
Digital homophobia
  • H. Wijaya
  • Sociology
    Indonesia and the Malay World
  • 2022
ABSTRACT This article examines the emergence of digital homophobia in Indonesia as an assemblage of homophobic discourses imbued with a language of urgency, technological infrastructures, and
Wholehearted Participation: Attuning to Affect and Immanence in a Virtual Field
Diving into a virtual field in response to COVID-19, my orientation to ethnographic inquiry and writing changed as I joined the ranks of thousands of editors worldwide in contributing to the free
Anglocentrism in the Academy: On Linguistic Privilege, Mastery and Hoito
In this paper, we discuss the tacit agreement to use English as lingua franca in global academia. Our interest is in how Anglocentrism manifests within academic practices – seminars, conferences, and
Assemblage theory and disaster risk management
This article builds on previous work that has sought to link assemblage theory with the study of disaster risk. Specifically, we propose that the existing idea of a ‘disaster risk management
Becoming Child and Sustainability—The Kindergarten Teacher as Agency Mobiliser for Sustainability Through Keeping the Concept of the Child in Play
In this article, we seek to theorize the role of the kindergarten teacher as an agency mobiliser for sustainability through keeping the concept of the child in play, ultimately envisioning the child
Beyond the ‘thingification’ of worlds: Archaeology and the New Materialisms
This article considers the application of the New Materialisms within archaeology, primarily in response to Witmore’s influential discussion article: Archaeology and the New Materialisms (2014),