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Some blog tweaks

In the interests of improving the archivability, searchability, and general user-friendliness of this blog, I’ve changed some of the “Categories” and added several more to the list. (If you’ve been a subscriber to any of them, you may need to resubscribe under the changed label.) Quick explanation: “Categories,” which are listed at the top of […]

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I am an academic who researches, writes, and teaches about the human relationship with the ecological environment within which we live and on which we depend. I recognize that that relationship is deeply troubled, and I want to be working on untroubling it. Politics — the shaping and implementation of policy to steer collective and […]

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(Or twice the video below.) Immanence passed its tenth anniversary last month and somehow failed to celebrate it. (The actual anniversary, May 11, marks the posting of this two-line fragment. Regular posts took another seven months to appear, or at least to take on a permanent form.) To celebrate, I recently re-did the Primer page, which collects […]

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New look

Immanence has taken on a new look. It’s crisper, cleaner, and easier to read. Most of what was in the old version is in the new one, though it might take a moment of poking around to find it. If you are reading this on a blog reader, please visit the blog on its home page. […]

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The Immanence Shadow Blog — that space where I scoop up little things of interest found on the internet — has been reinvented and reloaded as scoop.it/t/immanence. You can subscribe to it here. The latest piece I’ve added is the following bit of prescient (or perhaps eternally relevant) American humor: H/t to Jon Cogburn at […]

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On not blogging, and its results

Bloggers like to talk about why they blog. I will talk here about why I have not been doing that (blogging, or talking about it) and what that’s meant for me. The main reason is the obvious: having a kid takes away all your free time. And blogging, unless it’s done as part of your […]

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Shadow Blog in the shadows…

Readers may have noticed that in addition to a general hiatus on this blog, the Immanence Shadow Blog (scroll down on the right) also stopped updating several weeks ago. This is because Google Reader, in its recent redesign, eliminated its Shared Items feeds, which means that I can no longer click “Share” on items in […]

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I owe regular readers an explanation for the lengthy hiatus on this blog. As I had predicted would happen back in the summer, this semester turned into an extremely busy one for me. Directing the Environmental Studies program at the University of Vermont is a large part of that busyness: it’s a large, interdisciplinary and […]

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Leon takes me to task for slowing down here, but finds much life in the ecophilosophical immanent-ontological underbrush — among fellow travelers Knowledge Ecology (who’s been on a roll lately), Immanent Transcendence, and Ecology without Nature. (And we should add Leon’s own After Nature.) (Note: It’s all underbrush; no towering redwoods among us.) He is, […]

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Inventory

With that three-part series uploaded, I’ll be taking a break from posting extended articles here (as I’ve threatened to do once or twice already!) — with the exception of my contributions to the coming Integral Ecology reading group series, which will begin within a week and continue through June and July. The schedule and list […]

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Happy Earth Day, and many thanks to those of you who’ve written me kind and appreciative emails in reply to my last comment. I try to reply to emails individually, but just in case I don’t get around to it, your thoughts are always welcome and very appreciated. Gone to Earth (Haida Gwaii series, A. […]

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Reduced flow

Substantive posts on this blog will be more sporadic for the coming little while, since I really need to focus on wrapping up my cinema book. But do let me know (by private email or public comment) if you’ve been finding the “Ecology-Ontology-Politics” series, or any of the other lengthier recent posts, useful. Those may […]

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