We are pleased to annouce that papers arising from our 2018 Temporal Belongings conference The Social Life of Time are now out in Time & Society. See a wonderful selection of papers including Charles W. Mills keynote "The chronopolitics of racial time".
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction: The social life of time
Michelle Bastian , Lisa Baraitser , Michael J Flexer , Andrew R Hom and Laura Salisbury
The chronopolitics of racial time
Charles W Mills
Waiting as a redemptive state: The ‘Lampedusa in Hamburg’ and the offer from the Hamburg
Kari Anne K Drangsland
Jaffa’s times: Temporalities of dispossession and the advent of natives’ reclaimed time
The Trump administration’s politics of time: The temporal dynamics that enable Trump’s interests to
determine American foreign policy
Times of power, knowledge and critique in the work of Foucault
Seizure aesthetics: Temporal regimes and medical technology in epilepsy diagnosis
The ‘telegraphic schizophrenic manner’: Psychosis and a (non)sense of time
Michael J Flexer
The secret of quick thinking: The invention of mental speed in America, 1890–1925
Justin Tyler Clark
No time to waste – How the social practices of temporal organisation change in the transition from
work to retirement
From Combahee resistance to the Confederate : Black feminist temporalities and white supremacy
Tanya Ann Kennedy
Thinking about the meaning of time among temporary labor migrants in Israel
Robin A Harper and Hani Zubida
Ruins of pre-gentrification: Schrotthäuser and urban standstill in a postindustrial city
Time as a source of struggle and resilience in homeless families
The social life of time and methods: Studying London’s temporal architectures
Ella Harris and Rebecca Coleman
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