New Materialist Becomings and Futurities: A Panel Intra-view

Jacqueline Barreiro, Melisse Vroegindeweij

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Derived from Karen Barad’s intra-action, the term intra-view aims to do justice to the continuous process of becoming that is evident in the asynchronous, generative dialogue of this panel. This panel intra-view provides readers with the opportunity to think with the participants, Fernando Hernández-Hernández, Iris van der Tuin, Nathalie Sinclair, Olga Cielemęcka and Monika Rogowska-Stangret, and their encounters and engagements with new materialism, and how they in turn affect our scholarship.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1344/jnmr.v1i1.30132

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