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Extinction: A Radical History

Extinction: A Radical History The AAG Review OF BOOKS BOOK REVIEW FORUM Extinction: A Radical History Ashley Dawson. New York, course, so are the biologies of all liv- ing creatures caught up in the matrix NY: O/R Books, 2016. 126 pp., of socialities that make up processes photos, illustrations, notes, of production and reproduction across bibliography, index. $10.84 paper the planet. We are all productivores in (ISBN 978-1-944869-01-4). the end, but no species produces just as they please, for we are all on “Space- ship Earth” careening through the Introduction by Christopher dark matters of a much more-than- R. Cox, Department of human space. Geography, University of Washington, Seattle, WA. Since the rise of capitalist agriculture, coinciding as it does with the fall of European feudalism, the ability to pro- Conceptualizing extinction is a messy duce desirable conditions for capitalist process. Whoever dares to write about production has rested on a consistently it must contend with the never-ending debates over its causes, meanings, back- rising rate of appropriation of all of ground rates, and the many fetishes of nature (human and otherwise) into animal charisma that accompany ef- the global circuits of capital that keep forts to stop it. The Oxford English Dictionary http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The AAG Review of Books Taylor & Francis

Extinction: A Radical History

Extinction: A Radical History

The AAG Review of Books , Volume 6 (4): 11 – Oct 2, 2018

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The AAG Review OF BOOKS BOOK REVIEW FORUM Extinction: A Radical History Ashley Dawson. New York, course, so are the biologies of all liv- ing creatures caught up in the matrix NY: O/R Books, 2016. 126 pp., of socialities that make up processes photos, illustrations, notes, of production and reproduction across bibliography, index. $10.84 paper the planet. We are all productivores in (ISBN 978-1-944869-01-4). the end, but no species produces just as they please, for we are all on “Space- ship Earth” careening through the Introduction by Christopher dark matters of a much more-than- R. Cox, Department of human space. Geography, University of Washington, Seattle, WA. Since the rise of capitalist agriculture, coinciding as it does with the fall of European feudalism, the ability to pro- Conceptualizing extinction is a messy duce desirable conditions for capitalist process. Whoever dares to write about production has rested on a consistently it must contend with the never-ending debates over its causes, meanings, back- rising rate of appropriation of all of ground rates, and the many fetishes of nature (human and otherwise) into animal charisma that accompany ef- the global circuits of capital that keep forts to stop it. The Oxford English Dictionary

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Taylor & Francis
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Copyright American Association of Geographers
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2325-548x
DOI
10.1080/2325548X.2018.1508199
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The AAG Review OF BOOKS BOOK REVIEW FORUM Extinction: A Radical History Ashley Dawson. New York, course, so are the biologies of all liv- ing creatures caught up in the matrix NY: O/R Books, 2016. 126 pp., of socialities that make up processes photos, illustrations, notes, of production and reproduction across bibliography, index. $10.84 paper the planet. We are all productivores in (ISBN 978-1-944869-01-4). the end, but no species produces just as they please, for we are all on “Space- ship Earth” careening through the Introduction by Christopher dark matters of a much more-than- R. Cox, Department of human space. Geography, University of Washington, Seattle, WA. Since the rise of capitalist agriculture, coinciding as it does with the fall of European feudalism, the ability to pro- Conceptualizing extinction is a messy duce desirable conditions for capitalist process. Whoever dares to write about production has rested on a consistently it must contend with the never-ending debates over its causes, meanings, back- rising rate of appropriation of all of ground rates, and the many fetishes of nature (human and otherwise) into animal charisma that accompany ef- the global circuits of capital that keep forts to stop it. The Oxford English Dictionary

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