My colleague Adam Hutchinson and I are in the midst of editing a book of essays on the history of the concept of habit, tentatively bearing the title Automated Action: Essays on Habit from Aristotle to Bourdieu. At this point we have 14 contributors writing on various figures from the history of philosophy, and a few pieces that look at how habit has been mobilized in race and feminist theory. We’re very excited about the essays and plan to have the edited MS sent to the publisher in the coming weeks. I’ll have more to say about this, and the Plastic Bodies book project, soon enough.
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