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The Politics of Affect
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Preface 1. Navigating Movements Mary Zournazi 2. Of Microperception and Micropolitics Joel McKim 3. Ideology and Escape Yubraj Aryal 4. Affective Attunement in the Field Of Catastrophe Erin Manning, Jonas Fritsch and Bodil Marie Stavning Thomsen 5. Immediation Erin Manning, Christoph Brunner 6. What a Body Can Do Arno Boehler In Lieu of a Conclusion

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Brian Massumi is a political theorist, writer and philosopher, and Professor at the University of Montreal.

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Brian Massumi wants to write a serious play of life by emphasizing the many different roles of affect. In these interviews, he sets out that project in compelling detail, adding yet more evidence that the enactive mapping of affect pays some remarkable conceptual dividends. Nigel Thrift, University of Warwick

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