Publications by project team in the context of the project

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Earlier publications by project team relevant to the project


(2019) What Comes After Entanglement? Activism, anthropocentrism and an ethics of exclusion. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

Journal Articles

Bisht, P (2020). In Between Old & New, Local & Transnational: Social Movements, Hybrid Media and the Challenges of Making Memories Move. In Social Movements, Cultural Memory and Digital Media: Mobilizing Mediated Remembrance. Merrill S, Daphi P, Keightley E (Eds.). Palgrave Macmillan.

Bisht, P (2018). Social Movements and the Scaling of Memory and Justice in Bhopal. Contemporary South Asia, vol. 26(1), 18-33.

Bisht P (2013) The politics of cosmopolitan memory. Media, Culture & Society 35 (1): 13-20

Giraud, E (2021) ‘After the “age of wreckers and exterminators?” Confronting the limits of eradication and entanglement narratives.’ Cultural Politics. 17(1): 37-47.

Giraud E (2019) ‘The planetary is political.’ Biosocieties. 18(3): 472-481.

Giraud E, Hadley Kershaw E, Helliwell R and Hollin G (2019) ‘Abundance in the Anthropocene.’ Sociological Review. 67(2): 357-373.

Giraud E, Hollin GJS, Potts T, Forsyth I (2018) ‘A feminist menagerie.Feminist Review. 118(1): 61-79.


Bisht, P & Pfoser, A (2018). Memory Archipelago. Documentary Film. First Screened at ‘Memory and Religion: Central and Eastern Europe in a Global Perspective’ conference organized by the European Network for Remembrance & Solidarity. Warsaw, Poland. 16-18 October, 2018. Online Link

Bisht, P (2017). Back to the Drawing Board. Documentary Film.

Bisht, P (2019). Not Acting Our Age. Documentary Film. First screened at ESRC Festival of Social Sciences, 4 November, 2019

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