Lecture given at Cornell University, 25th October 2016
New Literary History, special symposium on Latour and the Humanities edited by Rita Felski. Vol. 47, 463-476, 2016
Accepted by Critical Inquiry. (Paper initally given as the Mosse Lecture, Zukunftswissen, Humboldt University, Berlin, 12th of May 2016)
Interview by Carolina Miranda, chapter for a book edited by Pierre Charbonnier, Gildas Salmon & Peter Skafish (in preparation)
Visible Language 49-3, 2015, (with Donato Ricci , Robin de Mourat and Christophe Leclercq)
Reset Modernity!, MIT Press catalogue of the exhibition at ZKM 15th April-20th August 2016 (with Christophe Leclercq)
« Onus orbis terrarum » About a possible shift in the definition of sovereignty in Millennium: Journal of International Studies, Vol. 44, Special issue on Failure and denial in World Politics, 2016
« Fill in the Gap. A New Alliance for Social and Natural Sciences » in Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation (with Tommaso Venturini, Pablo Jensen and Bruno Latour) (2015) 18 (2) 1 http://jasss.soc.surrey.ac.uk/18/2/11.html
"The strange entanglement of jurimorphs" A chapter prepared for a volume edited by Kyle McGee; “Bruno Latour and the Passage of Law”, Edinburgh University Press, pp. 331-353, 2015.
Reference: "Dei eigenartige Verwobenheit der Jurimorphs" Twellmann, Marcus, ed. Wissen, Wie Recht Ist. Bruno Latours Empirische Philosophie Einer Existenzweise, Konstanz University Press. Konstanz, 2016, pp. 201-225.
English version by Stephen Muecke of a paper to be published in French in Les Temps Modernes
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