new OOO journal: O-Zone

O-Zone: A Journal of Object-Oriented Studies  is a new journal devoted to (surprise!) object-oriented philosophy. It’s edited by Levi Bryant, Eileen Joy, and Kris Coffield, and the advisory board is populated with an amazing team. You can find it here.

It’s great to have a venue dedicated to OOO, as it provides a single site for debate, disagreement, and the genesis of ideas. I’m excited to see what this endeavor will produce.

The real question, however, is whether or not the editors will allow the UK contributors to replace ‘oriented’ with ‘orientated’. Stay tuned.


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2 Responses to new OOO journal: O-Zone

  1. Sam Lotz says:

    Congrats dude on the advisory board position, and I’ve never heard orientated but I like the sound of it better it makes it sound more ontological.

  2. plasticbodies says:

    Thanks, Sam. I’m honored to be involved in the endeavor. As for language: the British say “orientated” where we Americans use “oriented”. I’m not sure of the more ontological term, but maybe you’re onto something!

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