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A transdisciplinizing posthumanities networks across many knowledge worlds. These do not all share the same practices of citation or the same sets of core and cutting-edge literatures. Indeed some ranges of these knowledge worlds are not located in academies. These citations are wormholes into worlds.  

Photo Credits: 

Picture of Gregory Bateson: Barry Schwartz Photography: 

Orienteering Family:   

Baila Goldenthal, Cat's Cradle/String Theory: 

Amethyst Geode:   

Picture of Donna Haraway in storytelling mode with HistCon advisees June 2011 courtesy of Elena Creef and Yvonne Keller 

Odor kit:  

For cat's cradle "nots," picture of Microbial evolution from Visual Complexity:   

Artichoke candle photo by Katie King  

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