In this era of late liberal settler colonialism, cartography as a methodology is critical to rearticulating our radically contingent relationships with the living lands, seas, and skies.

April 22, 2021 § Leave a comment

In this A of B, C as D is critical to E-ing Fs with the G, H, and I.

Except its just “mapping”.

And using the term “rearticulating radically contingent relationships” asserts the relationships were ‘articulated’ in the first place.

“Unreadability” or a certain rather smarmy clever “soundingness” seems to be the goal of this style of stringing terms together.

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