World 01: Mammoth Technology

How does temperature affect and mitigate (conditions of) life?
How do we practice museum-making at a personal scale?

Selected Bibliography

  • Barrow, Mark V. Jr. Nature’s Ghosts: Confronting Extinction from the Age of Jefferson to the Age of Ecology.
  • Cohen, Claudine. The Fate of the Mammoth: Fossils, Myth and History.
    Cosgrove, Denis and Veronica Della Dora. High Places: Cultural Geographies of Mountains, Ice and Science.
  • Daston, Lorraine. Against Nature.
  • Daston, Lorraine. Science in the Archives: Pasts, Presents, Futures.
  • Dodds, Klaus, and Sverker Sorlin, ed. Ice Humanities: Living, Working and Thinking in a Melting World.
  • Ginsberg, Alexandra Daisy. The Synthetic Kingdom: A Natural History of the Synthetic Future, 2009.
  • Heggie, Vanessa. Higher and Colder: A History of Extreme Physiology and Exploration.
  • Heuer, Christopher. Into the White: The Renaissance Arctic and the End of the Image.
  • Kohler, Robert E. “Labscapes: Naturalizing the Lab.” History of Science 40, no. 4 (December 2002): 473-501.
  • Livingstone, David N. Putting Science in Its Place: Geographies of Scientific Knowledge
  • McCorristine, Shane. The Spectral Arctic: A History of Ghosts and Dreams in Polar Exploration.
  • Morgan, Benjamin. “After the Arctic Sublime.” New Literary History 47, no. 1. (Winter 2016): 1-26.
  • Radin, Joanna. Life on Ice: A History of New Use for Cold Blood
  • Radin, Joanna, and Emma Kowal, eds. Cryopolitics: Frozen Life in a Melting World.
  • Roosth, Sophia. “Life, Not Itself: Inanimacy and the Limits of Biology.” Grey Room 57 (October 2014): 56-81.
  • Roosth, Sophia. Synthetic: How Life Got Made.
  • Sepkoski, David. Catastrophic Thinking: Extiinction and the Value of Diversity from Darwin to the Anthropocene.
  • Stavrinaki, Maria. Transfixed by Prehistory: An Inquiry into Modern Art and Time.