“All in all, the twenty contributions collected in the volume stand as an ambitious and rewarding discussion, which encourages the reader to rethink the problem of time in contemporary theory and art practices.”
"The many writings in this book make clear that time studies are thriving."
“Arriving at a moment in which there is a need for new frameworks around temporality, historicity, and memory, Time offers a rich and beautiful mapping of the concept of ‘time,’ showing where we have come from in our thinking, but more importantly, where we are headed. A true intellectual gem.”
—Amir Eshel, author of Futurity: Contemporary Literature and the Quest for the Past
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