List of Figures
1 Time and Objects, by Graham Harman and Christopher Witmore
2 The Antiquity of Time: Objects Greek, by Christopher Witmore
3 Discussion of Chapter Two
4 Objects as the Root of Time, by Graham Harman
5 Discussion of Chapter Four
A Note on Models of Time
Graham Harman is Distinguished Professor of Philosophy
at the Southern California Institute of Architecture.
Christopher Witmore is Professor of Archaeology and Classics at Texas Tech University.
"Objects Untimely is a remarkable achievement, developing a
radical object-oriented theory of archaeology while simultaneously
providing a novel account of time’s dependence upon objects. Things
will never be (and never have been) the same."
Jon Cogburn, Louisiana State University
“This is a deeply important book written by two pioneering scholars in their respective fields which argues for nothing less than a radical revolution in the way we think about time in the humanities and social sciences.”
Gavin Murray Lucas, University of Iceland