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On Some Post-ANTs
On Some Post-ANTs
Introduction

Over the course of the last three chapters, we have documented a few of the ways in which ANT has been transported, translated and traduced as it has been applied to various case studies, criticized on numerous grounds, and combined with diverse approaches. Out of the more or less cogent early articulations of ANT we have glimpsed the complex unfolding of a nexus of practices, concerns, accounts that can loosely be brought under the umbrella term ‘post-ANT’. At the same time, Latour (2013) has latterly argued that something of ANT is retained: for all the current heterogeneity that comprises post-ANT, a little ‘essence’ of ANT remains, even if it manifests itself as something different every time it appears. In ...

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