Publications for Astrida Neimanis 2017

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Publications for Astrida Neimanis

Publications for Astrida Neimanis


Neimanis, A. (2017). Bodies of Water: Posthuman Feminist Phenomenology. London: Bloomsbury Academic.

Neimanis, A. (2017). Nature Represents Itself: Bibliophilia in a Changing Climate. In V. Kirby (Eds.), What if Culture was Nature all Along?, (pp. 179-198). Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Neimanis, A. (2017). Water and Knowledge. In D. Christian & R. Wong (Eds.), Downstream: Reimagining Water, (pp. 51-68). Ontario: Wilfrid Laurier University Press.


Probyn-Rapsey, F., Donaldson, S., Ioannides, G., Lea, T., Marsh, K., Neimanis, A., Potts, A., Taylor, N., Twine, R., Wadiwel, D., et al (2016). A Sustainable Campus: The Sydney Declaration on

Interspecies Sustainability. Animal Studies Journal, 5(1), 110-151. [More Information]


Neimanis, A., Asberg, C., Hedren, J. (2015). Four problems, four directions for environmental humanities: Toward critical posthumanities for the anthropocene. Ethics and the Environment, 20(1), 67-97.

Neimanis, A. (2015). No Representation without Colonisation? (Or, Nature Represents Itself). Somatechnics, 5(2), 135-153. [More Information]

Neimanis, A., Asberg, C., Hayes, S. (2015). Post-humanist imaginaries. In Karin Backstrand, Eva Lovbrand (Eds.), Research Handbook on Climate Governance, (pp. 480-490). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Neimanis, A. (2015). Weather Writing: A feminist materialist practice for (getting outside) the classroom. In Peta Hinton, Pat Treusch (Eds.), Teaching with Feminist Materialisms: Teaching with Gender. European Women's Studies in International and Interdisciplinary Classrooms, (pp. 141-157). Utrecht, The Netherlands: ATGENDER.

Neimanis, A. (2015). Wet Life, Wet Debt. online, Helsinki, Finland: New Degrees of Freedom: Act 3 - Water.


Phillips, P., Neimanis, A., Moe, M., Higham, C., Charenko, M., Dunlop, L., MacIvor, J., Bowen, A. (2014). ((pollen)): collaboration is airborne. inConversation, (pp. 65 - 70). Perth, Australia: Spectrum Project Space, Edith Cowan University.

Neimanis, A. (2014). Alongside the right to water, a posthumanist feminist imaginary. Journal of Human Rights and the Environment, 5(1), 5-24.

Neimanis, A. (2014). Currencies. Harvard Design Magazine: Wet Matter, no. 39 - F/W 2014, (pp. 157 - 159). Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States of America: Harvard University Graduate School of Design.

Neimanis, A. (2014). Morning Sickness and Gut Sociality: Towards a Posthumanist Feminist Phenomenology. Janus Head, 13(1), 214-240.

Neimanis, A. (2014). Natural Others? Nature, Culture and Knowledge. In M. Evans, C. Hemmings, M. Henry, H. Johnstone, S. Madhok, A. Plomien, S. Wearing (Eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Feminist Theory, (pp. 26-45). London, United Kingdom: Sage Publications.

Neimanis, A. (2014). Speculative Reproduction: Biotechnologies and Ecologies in Thick Time. PhiloSOPHIA, 4(1), 108-128. [More Information]

Neimanis, A., Loewen Walker, R. (2014). Weathering: Climate Change and the "Thick Time" of Transcorporeality. Hypatia, 29(3), 558-575. [More Information]


Asberg, C., Neimanis, A. (2013). Bodies of the Now. Stockholm Festival for Art and Technology: Visions of the NOW, (pp. 1 - 24). Stockholm, Sweden: Visions of the Now.

Neimanis, A. (2013). Feminist Subjectivity, Watered. Feminist Review, 103, 23-41. [More Information]

Neimanis, A., Chen, C., MacLeod, J. (2013). Introduction: Towards a Hydrological Turn? In C. Chen, J. MacLeod & A. Neimanis (Eds.), Thinking with Water, (pp. 3-22). Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Chen, C., MacLeod, J., Neimanis, A. (2013). Thinking with Water. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Neimanis, A., Chandler, M. (2013). Water and Gestationality: What Flows Beneath Ethics. In C. Chen, J. MacLeod & A. Neimanis (Eds.), Thinking with Water, (pp. 61-83). Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press.


Neimanis, A. (2012). Hydrofeminism: Or, On Becoming a Body of Water. In H. Gunkel, C. Nigianni & F. Soderback (Eds.), Undutiful Daughters: New Directions in Feminist Thought and Practice, (pp. 85-100). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Neimanis, A. (2012). On Collaboration (for Barbara Godard). Nora: Nordic journal of women's studies, 20(3), 215-221. [More Information]

Neimanis, A. (2012). We are all bodies of water II: A Memoir. Capricious Magazine No. 13 - Water, New York, United States of America: Capricious.


Neimanis, A. (2011). "Materialist (Re)Turns" (A Review Essay of New Materialisms: Ontology, Agency and Politics edited by Diana Coole and Samantha Frost [2010]). The Goose, 9(Summer), 31-33.

Neimanis, A. (2011). 'Strange Kinship' and Ascidian Life: 13 Repetitions. Journal for Critical Animal Studies, 9(1/2), 117-143.

Neimanis, A. (2011). Theory That Matters: Feminism, Porous

Boundaries and the New Materialisms (A Review Essay of Stacy Alaimo's Bodily Natures: Science, Environment and the Material Self [2010] and Susan Hekman's The Material of Knowledge: Feminist Disclosures [2010]). Topia: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies, 26(Fall 2011), 173-178.

Neimanis, A. (2011). We are all bodies of water. Earth-Water Catalogue,, Ljubljana, Slovenia: National Institute for art projects and creative solutions (NASTATI).

Neimanis, A. (2011). We are all bodies of water. In: Someone:Water series. Someone. Toronto, Canada.


Neimanis, A., Norrish, J. (2010). (Re)productions. Brock Centre for Women's Studies, Ontario, Canada.


Neimanis, A. (2009). Bodies of Water. In J. Knechtel (Eds.), Water: Alphabet City No. 14, (pp. 82-91). Cambridge: MIT Press.

Neimanis, A. (2009). Bodies of Water, Human Rights and the Hydrocommons. Topia: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies, 21, 161-182.


Neimanis, A. (2008). Commuting Bodies Move, Creatively. PhaenEx: journal of existential and phenomenological theory and culture, 3(2), 155-148.


Neimanis, A. (2007). Becoming-Grizzly: Bodily Molecularity and the Animal That Becomes. PhaenEx: journal of existential and phenomenological theory and culture, 2(2), 279-308.


Neimanis, A. (2006). “A Feminist Deleuzian Politics? It’s About Time." (A Review of Elizabeth Grosz’s The Nick of Time [2004] and Time Travels [2005]). Topia: Canadian Journal of Cultural Studies, 16(Fall 2006), 154-158.

Neimanis, A. (2006). “Breathing Life Back Into the Body." (A Review Essay of Feminist Interpretations of Merleau-Ponty [2006], Eds. D. Olkowski and G. Weiss). Symposium: Canadian Journal of Continental Philosophy, 11(2), 489-492.


Neimanis, A. (2004). Seasonal Affective Disorder. Descant, 124(September), 133-139.

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