1. Grosz, Elizabeth. Chaos, Territory, Art: Deleuze and the Framing of the Earth. New York: Columbia University Press, 2008.
2. per Donna Haraway, “Making Kin” : “In a recorded conversation for Ethnos at the University of Aarhus in October, 2014, the participants collectively generated the name Plantationocene.” Noboru Ishikawa, Anna Tsing, Donna Haraway, Scott F. Gilbert, Nils Bubandt, Kenneth Olwig (interdisciplinary group, including Kenneth Olwig, landscape architecture): the devastating transformation of diverse kinds of human-tended farms, pastures, and forests into extractive and enclosed plantations, relying on slave labor and other forms of exploited, alienated, and usually spatially transported labor
3. Jussi Parikka, The Anthrobscene, 2015: an effort to emphasize the obscenity of anthropocene, “a horrific human-caused drive toward a sixth mass extinction of species”
4. Colomina, Beatriz and Mark Wigley. Are we human? Notes on an archeology of design. Zurch, Switzerland. Lars Muller Publishers, 2016.
5. Fisher, Mark. "What Is Hauntology?" Film Quarterly 66, no. 1 (2012): 16-24. Accessed April 20, 2020. doi:10.1525/fq.2012.66.1.16.
6. Cuboniks, L. (2018). The xenofeminism manifesto : A politics for alienation. London ; Brooklyn, NY: Verso.
7. Parikka, J. (2014). The Anthrobscene (Forerunners). Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.
8. Easterling, Keller. Medium Design. Moscow: Strelka Press, 2018.
9. Reed, Patricia. “Orientation in a Big World: On the Necessity of Horizonless Perspectives.” e-flux architecture, June 2019. (https://www.e-flux.com/journal/101/273343/orientation-in-a-big-world-on-the-necessity-of-horizonless-perspectives/)