Below, you’ll find a gradually accreting archive of Translating Vitalities-related work by members of the collective that’s featured on this site. Happy exploring!
Sue Cochrane, “The Cutting Apart of Things and Me” (2018-2019)
Sue Cochrane, Vincent Duclos, Judith Farquhar, Volker Scheid, and Clare Twomey, “Translating Vitalities” (a series of essays), Somatosphere, March 2016. Including:
- Sue Cochrane, Exchange/s and Emptiness and the Medical Encounter: The interior spatial requirements of encountering
- Vincent Duclos, Spacecraft(ing)
- Judith Farquhar, The Great Wall as Space-craft
- Volker Scheid, Desires: Capitalism, The Pope and Chinese Medicine
- Clare Twomey, The Boundary That Holds Its Own Narrative
Vincent Duclos, “Inhabiting Media: An Anthropology of Life in Digital Speed,” Cultural Anthropology 32.1 (2017): 21–27.
Vincent Duclos, Tomás Sánchez Criado, and Vinh-Kim Nguyen, “Speed: An Introduction,” Cultural Anthropology 32.1 (2017): 1–11.
Judith Farquhar, A Way of Life: Things, Thought, and Action in Chinese Medicine (Yale University Press, 2020)
Judith Farquhar and Larisa Jasarevic, Bee-Coming Unfolded (2018)
Jens Foell, Carla Nappi, Barry Saunders, and Alexa Wright, “The Intertwining: An Experiment in Collaborative Reading” (2018)
Dianna Frid and Carla Nappi, Deucalion and Pyrrha (2016-2018)
Larisa and Azra Jasarevic, “Taste the Honey” (2018)
Stacey Langwick, “A Politics of Habitability: Plants, Healing, and Sovereignty in a Toxic World,” Cultural Anthropology 33.3 (2018): 415-443.
David Luesink and Clare Twomey, Collaboration (2018)
William Mazzarella, The Mana of Mass Society (University of Chicago Press, 2017).
Volker Scheid, “Promoting free flow in the networks: Reimagining the body in early modern Suzhou,” History of Science 56.2 (2018): 131-167.
Cinzia Scorzon, “Tong 通 in Clinical Acupuncture Practice.”
Peng Yu, “Indeterminate Self: Subjectivity, Body and Politics in Zhuangzi,” Philosophy & Social Criticism
Peng Yu, “Zones of Indeterminacy: Art, Body and Politics in Daoist Thought,” Theory, Culture & Society