Kathleen Stewart teaches ethnographic writing at the University of Texas at Austin. Her books include A Space on the Side of the Road: Cultural Poetics in an “Other” America (Princeton University Press, 1996), Ordinary Affects (Duke University Press, 2007), The Hundreds, with Lauren Berlant (Duke University Press, 2019), and Worlding (in preparation).
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If we drop social science’s realist and mimetic ambitions to represent and analogize worlds, we’re left with the uncertain but open attunements of ethnographic ... More
Studying Unformed Objects: The Provocation of a Compositional Mode
A real is a tangle of elements thrown together in a radical composition. In nonrepresentational theory and new materialism, objects are lines of action and mood... More