Skip to main content Accessibility help
Hostname: page-component-797576ffbb-gvrqt Total loading time: 0 Render date: 2023-12-03T12:18:24.238Z Has data issue: false Feature Flags: { "corePageComponentGetUserInfoFromSharedSession": true, "coreDisableEcommerce": false, "useRatesEcommerce": true } hasContentIssue false


Published online by Cambridge University Press:  04 May 2020

Richard D. G. Irvine
University of St Andrews, Scotland
Get access


Image of the first page of this content. For PDF version, please use the ‘Save PDF’ preceeding this image.'
An Anthropology of Deep Time
Geological Temporality and Social Life
, pp. 190 - 209
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2020

Access options

Get access to the full version of this content by using one of the access options below. (Log in options will check for institutional or personal access. Content may require purchase if you do not have access.)


Adam, Barbara. 1998. Timescapes of Modernity: The Environment and Invisible Hazards. London: Routledge.Google Scholar
Agbiboa, Daniel E. 2017. “‘God’s time is the best’: The fascination with unknown time in urban transport in Lagos”. In The Fascination with Unknown Time, edited by Baumbach, Sibylle, Henningsen, Lena, and Oschema, Klaus, 167–187. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan.Google Scholar
Agha, Asif. 2007. “Recombinant selves in mass mediated spacetime”. Language and Communication 27 (3): 320–335.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Ali, Saleem H. 2014. “Social and environmental impact of the rare earth industries”. Resources 3 (1): 123–134.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Allchin, Douglas. 1997. “James Hutton and coal”. Cadernos IG/UNICAMP 7 (1/2): 167–183.Google Scholar
Alvarez, Luis W. 1987. Adventures of a Physicist. New York: Basic Books.Google Scholar
Alvarez, Luis W., Alvarez, Walter, Asaro, Frank, and Michel, Helen V.. 1980. “Extraterrestrial cause for the Cretaceous-Tertiary extinction”. Science 208 (4448): 1095–1108.CrossRefGoogle ScholarPubMed
Anderson, James. 1794. A Practical Treatise on Peat Moss, Considered as in Its Natural State Fitted for Affording Fuel, or as Susceptible of Being Converted into Mold Capable of Yielding Abundant Crops of Useful Produce. Edinburgh, Scotland: Robinson and Sons.Google Scholar
Andrews, Steven D., and Trewin, Nigel H.. 2010. “Periodicity determination of lacustrine cycles from the Devonian of Northern Scotland”. Scottish Journal of Geology 46 (2): 143–155.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Arniel, Barbara. 1996. John Locke and America: The Defence of English Colonialism. Oxford: Clarendon Press.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Auty, Richard M. 1993. Sustaining Development in Mineral Economies: The Resource-Curse Thesis. London: Routledge.Google Scholar
Bailey, Edward B. 1949. “James Hutton, founder of modern geology (1726–1797)”. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh B 63 (4): 357–368.Google Scholar
Bakhtin, Mikhail M. 1981. The Dialogic Imagination. Translated by Caryl Emerson and Michael Holquist, edited by Holquist, Michael. Austin: University of Texas Press.Google Scholar
Balfour, Marie C. 1891. “Legends of the cars”. Folklore 2 (2): 145–170.Google Scholar
Barcelo, Laurent, Kline, John, Walenta, Gunther, and Gartner, Ellis. 2014. “Cement and carbon emissions”. Materials and Structures 47 (6): 1055–1065.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Barnosky, Anthrony D., Matzke, Nicholas, Tomiya, Susumu, Wogan, Guinevere O. U., Swartz, Brian, Quental, Tiago B., Marshall, Charles, McGuire, Jenny L., Lindsey, Emily L., Maguire, Kaitlin C., Mersey, Ben, and Ferrer, Elizabeth A.. 2011. “Has the earth’s sixth mass extinction already arrived?Nature 471: 51–57.CrossRefGoogle ScholarPubMed
Bateson, Gregory. 1972. Steps to an Ecology of Mind. New York: Ballantine Books.Google Scholar
Bear, Laura. 2014. “Doubt, conflict, mediation: The anthropology of modern time”. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 20 (S1): 3–30.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Bender, Barbara. 1998. Stonehenge: Making Place. Oxford: Berg.Google Scholar
Bender, Barbara. 2001. “Landscapes on-the-move”. Journal of Social Archaeology 1 (1): 75–89.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Bender, Barbara. 2002. “Time and landscape”. Current Anthropology 43 (S4): S103–S112.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Benford, Gregory. 1994. “Comporting ourselves to the future: Of time, communication and nuclear waste”. Journal of Social and Evolutionary Systems 17 (1): 91–113.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Bevan, Elizabeth A., and Downes, Jane. 2018. “Thinking place: A creative exploration of coastal erosion”. Journal of Contemporary Archaeology 4 (2): 229–237.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Bielo, James S. 2019. “Of arks and dragons: The power of entertainment in creationist historicity”. In The Varieties of Historical Experience, edited by Palmié, Stephan and Stewart, Charles, 140–166. New York: Routledge.Google Scholar
Blackstock, Allan. 2013. Science, Politics and Society in Early Nineteenth-Century Ireland: The Reverend William Richardson. Manchester, England: Manchester University Press.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Bloch, Maurice. 1968. “Tombs and conservatism among the Merina of Madagascar”. Man, N.S. 3 (1): 94–104.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Bloch, Maurice. 1977. “The past and the present in the present”. Man, N.S. 12 (2): 278–292.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Bloch, Maurice. 1986. From Blessing to Violence: History and Ideology in the Circumcision Ritual of the Merina of Madagascar. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Bloch, Maurice. 1992. Prey into Hunter: The Politics of Religious Experience. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.Google Scholar
Bloch, Maurice. 2012. Anthropology and the Cognitive Challenge. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Blommaert, Jan. 2015. “Chronotopes, scales, and complexity in the study of language in society”. Annual Review of Anthropology 44: 105–116.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Bond, David. 2013. “Governing disaster: The political life of the environment during the BP oil spill”. Cultural Anthropology 28 (4): 694–715.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Bourne, Craig. 2006. A Future for Presentism. Oxford: Clarendon Press.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Bowles, Ben. 2016. “‘Time is like a soup’: Boat time and the temporal experience of London’s liveaboard boaters”. Cambridge Anthropology 34 (1): 100–112.Google Scholar
Boyer, Paul. 1994. When Time Shall Be No More: Prophecy Belief in Modern American Culture. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.Google Scholar
Brand, Stuart. 1999. The Clock of the Long Now: Time and Responsibility. New York: Basic Books.Google Scholar
Braudel, Fernand. 1972. The Mediterranean and the Mediterranean World in the Age of Philip II: Volume I. Translated by Reynolds, Siân. New York: Harper and Row.Google Scholar
Braudel, Fernand. 1980. On History. Translated by Matthews, Sarah. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.Google Scholar
Bravo, Michael T. 2006. “Against determinism: A reassessment of Marcel Mauss’s essay on seasonal variations”. Études/Inuit/Studies 30 (2): 33–49.Google Scholar
Bruce, Steve. 1986. God Save Ulster! The Religion and Politics of Paisleyism. Oxford: Clarendon Press.Google Scholar
Bryant, Rebecca, and Knight, Daniel M.. 2019. The Anthropology of the Future. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Buckland, Adelene. 2013. Novel Science: Fiction and the Invention of Nineteenth-Century Geology. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Byrd, Jeffery, and Fritch, John. 2012. “Forever ephemeral: John Cage’s ASLSP”. Performance Research 17 (5): 508.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Cage, John. 1985. ASLSP. Leipzig, Germany: Edition Peters.Google Scholar
Cannon, Walter F. 1960. “The uniformitarian-catastrophist debate”. Isis 51 (1): 38–55.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Card, Nick, Downes, Jane, Gibson, Julie, and Ovenden, Susan. 2007. “Bringing a landscape to life? Researching and managing ‘The Heart of Neolithic Orkney’ World Heritage Site”. World Archaeology 39 (3): 417–435.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Carr, E. Summerson, and Lempert, Michael. 2016. “Pragmatics of scale”. In Scale: Discourse and Dimensions of Social Life, edited by Summerson Carr, E. and Lempert, Michael, 1–21. Oakland: University of California Press.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Ceballos, Gerardo, Ehrlich, Paul R., Barnosky, Anthony D., García, Andrés, Pringle, Robert M., and Palmer, Todd M.. 2015. “Accelerated modern human-induced species losses: Entering the sixth mass extinction”. Science Advances 1 (5): e1400253.CrossRefGoogle ScholarPubMed
Chakrabarty, Dipesh. 2009. “The climate of history: Four theses”. Critical Inquiry 35 (2): 197–222.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Childe, V. Gordon. 1931. “Skara Brae: A ‘Stone Age’ village in Orkney”. Antiquity 5 (17): 47–59.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Chua, Liana. 2012. “Conversion, continuity, and moral dilemmas among Christian Bidayuhs in Malaysian Borneo”. American Ethnologist 39 (3): 511–526.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Clare, John. 1984. John Clare. Edited by Robinson, Eric and Powell, David. Oxford: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
Clark, John W., and Hughes, Thomas M.C. Kenny. 1890. The Life and Letters of the Reverend Adam Sedgwick. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Clarke, David V. 1976. “Excavations at Skara Brae: A summary account”. In Settlement and Economy in the Third and Second Millennium BC, edited by Burgess, Colin and Miket, Roger, 233–247. Oxford: British Archaeological Report.Google Scholar
Cobbing, John. 2000. The Geology and Mapping of Granite Batholiths. Berlin, Germany: Springer.Google Scholar
Cohen, Jeffrey J. 2015. Stone: An Ecology of the Inhuman. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Comaroff, Jean. 1991. “Missionaries and mechanical clocks: An essay on religion and history in South Africa”. Journal of Religion 71 (1): 1–17.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Conrad, Sebastian. 1999. “What time is Japan? Problems of comparative (intercultural) historiography”. History and Theory 38 (1): 67–83.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Conybeare, William D., and Phillips, William. 1822. Outlines of the Geology of England and Wales with an Introductory Compendium of the General Principles of That Science, and Comparative Views of the Structure of Foreign Countries. London: William Phillips.Google Scholar
Corcoran, Patricia L., Moore, Charles J., and Jazvac, Kelly. 2014. “An anthropogenic marker horizon in the future rock record”. GSA Today 24 (6): 4–8.Google Scholar
Crutzen, Paul J. 2002. “Geology of mankind”. Nature 415 (6867): 23.CrossRefGoogle ScholarPubMed
Crutzen, Paul J., and Stoermer, Eugene F.. 2000. “The Anthropocene”. International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme Global Change Newsletter 41: 17–18.Google Scholar
Cunliffe, Barry. 2001. Facing the Ocean: The Atlantic and Its Peoples, 8000 BC–AD 1500. Oxford: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
Darby, Henry C. 1956. The Draining of the Fens, 2nd ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.Google Scholar
Darwin, Charles R. 1839. Narrative of the Surveying Voyages of His Majesty’s Ships Adventure and Beagle between the years 1826 and 1836, Describing Their Examination of the Southern Shores of South America, and the Beagle’s Circumnavigation of the Globe; Journal and Remarks 1832–1836. London: Henry Colburn.Google Scholar
Davies, Peter M. 1980. The Yellow Cake Revue. London: Boosey and Hawkes.Google Scholar
Davis, Heather. 2015. “Life and death in the Anthropocene: A short history of plastic”. In Art in the Anthropocene, edited by Davis, Heather and Turpin, Etienne, 347–358. London: Open Humanities Press.Google Scholar
Davis, Heather, and Todd, Zoe. 2017. “On the importance of a date, or, decolonizing the Anthropocene”. ACME 16 (4): 761–780.Google Scholar
Davis, Mike. 1996. “Cosmic dancers on history’s stage? The permanent revolution in the earth sciences”. New Left Review 217: 48–84.Google Scholar
Day, Sophie, Papataxiarchis, Evthymios, and Stewart, Michael. 1999. “Consider the lilies of the field”. In Lilies of the Field: Marginal People Who Live for the Moment, edited by Day, Sophie, Papataxiarchis, Evthymios, and Stewart, Michael, 1–24. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.Google Scholar
de Coverly, Edd, McDonagh, Pierre, O’Malley, Lisa, and Patterson, Maurice. 2008. “Hidden mountain: The social avoidance of waste”. Journal of Macromarketing 28 (3): 289–303.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Dean, Dennis R. 1975. “James Hutton on religion and geology: The unpublished preface to his Theory of the Earth (1788)”. Annals of Science 32 (3): 187–193.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Dennison, W. Traill. 1893. “Orkney folk-lore: Sea myths”. Scottish Antiquary 7 (27): 112–120.Google Scholar
Dernie, David. 2003. New Stone Architecture. London: Laurence King.Google Scholar
Douglas, Mary. 1966. Purity and Danger: An Analysis of the Concepts of Pollution and Taboo. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.Google Scholar
Dritsas, Lawrence. 2010. Zambesi: David Livingstone and Expeditionary Science in Africa. London: I.B. Tauris.Google Scholar
Drummond, William H. 1811. The Giant’s Causeway. Belfast: Joseph Smyth.Google Scholar
Dugdale, William. 1662. The History of Imbanking and Drayning of Divers Fenns and Marshes. London: Alice Warren.Google Scholar
Dupuy, Jean-Pierre. 2015. A Short Treatise on the Metaphysics of Tsunamis. Translated by M.B. DeBevoise. East Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press.Google Scholar
Durkheim, Emile. [1912] 1915. The Elementary Forms of the Religious Life. Translated by Swain, Joseph Ward. London: George Allen and Unwin.Google Scholar
Eickelman, Dale F. 1977. “Time in a complex society: A Moroccan example”. Ethnology 16 (1): 39–55.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Ellen, Roy. 2002. “Dangerous fictions and degrees of plausibility: Creationism, evolutionism and anthropology”. Anthropology Today 18 (5): 3–8.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Ellsworth, Elizabeth, and Kruse, Jamie. 2013. “Evidence: Making a geological turn in cultural awareness”. In Making the Geologic Now: Responses to Material Conditions of Contemporary Life, edited by Ellsworth, Elizabeth and Kruse, Jamie, 6–17. New York: Punctum.Google Scholar
Empson, Rebecca. 2019. “Claiming resources, honouring debts: The cosmoeconomics of Mongolia’s mineral economy”. Ethnos 84 (2): 263–282.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Ennion, E.A.R. 1949. Adventurers Fen, Revised and Enlarged Edition. London: Herbert Jenkins.Google Scholar
Evans, Chris. 1997. “Sentimental prehistories: The construction of the Fenland past”. Journal of European Archaeology 5 (2): 105–136.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Evans-Pritchard, E.E. 1939. “Nuer time-reckoning”. Africa 12 (2): 189–216.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Evans-Pritchard, E.E. 1940. The Nuer: A Description of the Modes of Livelihood and Political Institutions of a Nilotic People. Oxford: Clarendon Press.Google Scholar
Evans-Pritchard, E.E. 1951. Kinship and Marriage among the Nuer. Oxford: Clarendon Press.Google Scholar
Fabian, Johannes. 1983. Time and the Other: How Anthropology Makes Its Object. New York: Columbia University Press.Google Scholar
Fergusson, Maggie. 2006. George Mackay Brown: The Life. London: John Murray.Google Scholar
Ferry, Elizabeth E., and Limbert, Mandana E.. 2008. “Timely assets”. In Timely Assets: The Politics of Resources and Their Temporalities, edited by Ferry, Elizabeth Emma and Limbert, Mandana E., 3–24. Santa Fe, NM: School for Advanced Research Press.Google Scholar
Finer, Jem. 2003. Longplayer. London: Artangel.Google Scholar
Ford, Trevor D., and O’Connor, Bernard. 2009. “A vanished industry: Coprolite mining”. Mercian Geologist 17 (2): 93–100.Google Scholar
Forsythe, Diana E. 1980. “Urban incomers and rural change: The impact of migrants from the city on life in an Orkney community”. Sociologia Ruralis 20 (4): 287–307.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
French, C.A.I., and Heathcote, J.. 2003. “Holocene landscape change in the lower Great Ouse valley, Cambridgeshire, England”. In Alluvial Archaeology in Europe, edited by Howard, Andrew J., Macklin, Mark G., and Passmore, David Glynn, 81–92. Lisse: A.A. Balkema.Google Scholar
Friedman, Jonathan. 1985. “Our time, their time, world time: The transformation of temporal modes”. Ethnos 50 (3–4): 168–183.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Friend, Sara B. 2015. “A windswept archipelago: Stories of perception, time and landscape in the Orkney Islands”. Unfamiliar 5 (1/2): 9–18.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Fuller, Thomas. [1655] 1840. The History of the University of Cambridge from the Conquest to the Year 1634. Cambridge: J. and J.J. Deighton and T. Stevenson.Google Scholar
Ganiel, Gladys. 2006. “Ulster says maybe: The restructuring of evangelical politics in Northern Ireland”. Irish Political Studies 21 (2): 137–155.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Geertz, Clifford. 1973. The Interpretation of Cultures. New York: Basic Books.Google Scholar
Gell, Alfred. 1975. Metamorphosis of the Cassowaries: Umeda Society, Language and Ritual. London: Athlone Press.Google Scholar
Gell, Alfred. 1992. The Anthropology of Time: Cultural Constructions of Temporal Maps and Images. Oxford: Berg.Google Scholar
Gell, Alfred. 1998. Art and Agency: An Anthropological Theory. Oxford: Clarendon Press.Google Scholar
Gibson, Julie. 2008. Rising Tides Revisited: The Loss of Coastal Heritage in Orkney. Kirkwall: Orkney Archaeological Society.Google Scholar
Gilroy, Paul. 2018. “‘Where every breeze speaks of courage and liberty’: Offshore Humanism and Marine Xenology, or, Racism and the Problem of Critique at Sea Level”. Antipode 50 (1): 3–22.Google Scholar
Godwin, Harry. 1978. Fenland: Its Ancient Past and Uncertain Future. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.Google Scholar
Gould, Stephen J. 1987. Time’s Arrow, Time’s Cycle: Myth and Metaphor in the Discovery of Geological Time. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.Google Scholar
Graedel, T.E. 2011. “On the future availability of the energy materials”. Annual Review of Materials Research 41: 323–335.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Grant, Richard J., and Oteng-Ababio, Martin. 2016. “The global transformation of materials and the emergence of informal urban mining in Accra, Ghana”. Africa Today 62 (4): 2–20.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Grove, Richard. 1976. “Coprolite mining in Cambridgeshire”. Agricultural History Review 24 (1): 36–43.Google Scholar
Guyer, Jane I. 2007. “Prophecy and the near future: Thought on macroeconomic, evangelical, and punctuated time”. American Ethnologist 34 (3): 409–421.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Harding, Susan F. 2000. The Book of Jerry Falwell: Fundamentalist Language and Politics. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Harris, Lawrence E. 1953. Vermuyden and the Fens: A Study of Sir Cornelius Vermuyden and the Great Level. London: Cleaver-Hume.Google Scholar
Harris, Mark. 1998. “The rhythm of life on the Amazon floodplain: Seasonality and sociality in a riverine village”. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 4 (1): 65–82.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Harris, Mark. 2005a. “Nature makes them lazy: Contested perceptions of place and knowledge in the lower Amazon floodplain of Brazil”. Conservation and Society 3 (2): 461–478.Google Scholar
Harris, Mark. 2005b. “Riding a wave: Embodied skills and colonial history on the Amazon floodplain”. Ethnos 70 (2): 197–219.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Hartigan, John. 2015. Aesop’s Anthropology: A Multispecies Approach. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.Google Scholar
Hartog, François. 2015. Regimes of Historicity: Presentism and Experiences of Time. Translated by Brown, Saskia. New York: Columbia University Press.Google Scholar
Harvey, David. 1990. The Condition of Postmodernity: An Enquiry. Cambridge, MA: Blackwell.Google Scholar
Hastrup, Kirsten. 1990. “The ethnographic present: A reinvention”. Cultural Anthropology 5 (1): 45–61.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Heathwaite, A. Louise. 1993. “Disappearing peat-regenerating peat? The impact of climate change on British peatlands”. Geographical Journal 159 (2): 203–208.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Henslow, J.S. 1845. “On concretions in the Red Crag at Felixstowe, Suffolk”. Proceedings of the Geological Society 4 (99): 28.Google Scholar
Hicks, Dan. 2016. “The temporality of the landscape revisited”. Norwegian Archaeological Review 49 (1): 5–22.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Hildebrand, Alan R., Penfield, Glen T., Kring, David A., Pilkington, Mark, Antonio Camargo, Z., Jacobsen, Stein B., and Boynton, William V.. 1991. “Chicxulub crater: A possible Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary impact crater on the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico”. Geology 19 (9): 867–871.2.3.CO;2>CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Hingley, Richard. 1996. “Ancestors and identity in the later prehistory of Atlantic Scotland: The reuse and reinvention of Neolithic monuments and material culture”. World Archaeology 28 (2): 231–243.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Hobart, Mark. 1997. “The missing subject: Balinese time and the elimination of history”. Review of Indonesian and Malaysian Affairs 31 (1): 123–172.Google Scholar
Hollow, Matthew. 2014. “The 1920 Farrow’s Bank failure: A case of managerial hubris?Journal of Management History 20 (2): 164–178.Google Scholar
Horn, Darwin. 1987. “Tiddy Mun’s curse and the ecological consequences of land reclamation”. Folklore 98 (1): 11–15.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Howe, Joe, and White, Iain. 2004. “Like a fish out of water: The relationship between planning and flood risk management in the UK”. Planning Practice and Research 19 (4): 415–425.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Howe, Leopold E.A. 1981. “The social determination of knowledge: Maurice Bloch and Balinese time”. Man, N.S. 16 (2): 220–234.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Humsa, Tekedil Z., and Srivastava, R.K.. 2015. “Impact of rare earth mining and processing on soil and water environment at Chavara, Kollam, Kerala: A case study”. Procedia Earth and Planetary Science 11: 566–581.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Hutchinson, J.N. 1980. “The record of peat wastage in the East Anglian fenlands at Holme Post”. Journal of Ecology 68 (1): 229–249.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Hutchinson, Sharon. 1992. “The cattle of money and the cattle of girls among the Nuer, 1930–83”. American Ethnologist 19 (2): 295–316.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Hutton, James. 1777. Considerations on the Nature, Quality, and Distinctions, of Coal and Culm, with Inquiries, Philosophical and Political, into the Present State of the Laws. London: Elliot, Richardson, and Urquhart.Google Scholar
Hutton, James. 1788. “Theory of the Earth; or an Investigation of the Laws Observable in the Composition, Dissolution, and Restoration of Land upon the Globe”. Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 1 (2): 209–304.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Hutton, James. 1795. Theory of the Earth with Proofs and Illustrations. Edinburgh, Scotland: William Creech.Google Scholar
Ialenti, Vincent F. 2013. “Nuclear energy’s long now: Intransigent wastes and radioactive greens”. Suomen Antropologi 38 (3): 61–65.Google Scholar
Ingold, Tim. 1993. “The temporality of the landscape”. World Archaeology 25 (2): 152–174.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Irion, Georg, Junk, Wolfgang J., and de Mello, José A.S.N.. 1997. “The large central Amazonian river floodplains near Manaus: Geological, climatological, hydrological, and geomorphological aspects”. In The Central Amazon Floodplain: Ecology of a Pulsing System, edited by Junk, Wolfgang J., 23–46. Berlin, Germany: Springer.Google Scholar
Irvine, Richard D.G. 2014a. “Deep time: An anthropological problem”. Social Anthropology 22 (2): 157–172.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Irvine, Richard D.G. 2014b. “The Happisburgh footprints in time: Environmental change and human adaptation on the East Anglian coast”. Anthropology Today 30 (2): 3–6.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Irvine, Richard D.G. 2015. “East Anglian fenland: Water, the work of imagination, and the creation of value”. In Waterworlds: Anthropology in Fluid Environments, edited by Hastrup, Kirsten and Hastrup, Frida, 23–45. Oxford: Berghahn.Google Scholar
Irvine, Richard D.G. 2017. “Anthropocene East Anglia”. Sociological Review 65 (1_suppl): 154–170.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Irvine, Richard D.G. 2018. “Seeing environmental violence in deep time: Perspectives from contemporary Mongolian literature and music”. Environmental Humanities 10 (1): 257–272.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Irvine, Richard D.G. 2019. “Tailbacks in time, East Anglia”. Roadsides 1: 51–56.Google Scholar
Irvine, Richard D.G., and Gorji, Mina. 2013. “John Clare in the Anthropocene”. Cambridge Anthropology 31 (1): 119–132.Google Scholar
Irvine, Richard D.G., and Lee, Elsa. 2018. “Over and under: Children navigating terrain in the East Anglian fenlands”. Children’s Geographies 16 (4): 380–392.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Irvine, Richard D.G., Lee, Elsa, Strubel, Miranda, and Bodenhorn, Barbara. 2016. “Exclusion and reappropriation: Experiences of contemporary enclosure among children in three East Anglian schools”. Environment and Planning D 34 (5): 935–953.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Jackson, Patrick W. 2006. The Chronologer’s Quest: The Search for the Age of the Earth. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
James, Maureen. 2011. “Beliefs and customs in Marie Balfour’s collection of stories set in the Lincolnshire Carrs”. Cosmos 25: 163–171.Google Scholar
Jameson, Fredric. 2003. “The end of temporality”. Critical Inquiry 29 (4): 695–718.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Janik, Liliana. 2013. “Changing paradigms: Flux and stability in past environments”. Cambridge Anthropology 31 (1): 85–104.Google Scholar
Jedrej, Charles, and Nuttall, Mark. 1996. White Settlers: The Impact of Rural Repopulation in Scotland. Amsterdam, the Netherlands: Harwood.Google Scholar
Jenkins, Richard. 2002. “In the present tense: Time, identification and human nature”. Anthropological Theory 2 (3): 267–280.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Johnson, Cassidy, Adelekan, Ibidun, Bosher, Lee, Jabeen, Huraera, Kataria, Shailesh, Marome, Ann Wijitbusaba, Zerjav, Boris, and Arefian, Fatemeh. 2013. Private Sector Investment Decisions in Building and Construction: Increasing, Managing and Transferring Risks. Geneva, Switzerland: The United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction.Google Scholar
Johnson, Douglas H. 1992. “Reconstructing a history of local floods in the Upper Nile region of the Sudan”. International Journal of African Historical Studies 25 (3): 607–649.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Jones, Jean. 1985. “James Hutton’s agricultural research and his life as a farmer”. Annals of Science 42 (6): 573–601.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Jonsson, Fredrik A. 2013. Enlightenment’s Frontier: The Scottish Highlands and the Origins of Environmentalism. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Kajaste, Raili, and Hurme, Markku. 2016. “Cement industry greenhouse gas emissions: Management options and abatement cost”. Journal of Cleaner Production 112 (5): 4041–4052.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Kehoe, Alice B. 2009. “Deconstructing John Locke”. In Postcolonial Perspectives in Archaeology, edited by Bikoulis, Peter, Lacroix, Dominic, and Peuramaki-Brown, Meaghan, 125–132. Calgary: Chacmool Archaeological Association.Google Scholar
Kirskey, S. Eben, and Helmreich, Stefan. 2010. “The emergence of multispecies ethnography”. Cultural Anthropology 25 (4): 545–576.Google Scholar
Kirwan, Richard. 1797. “On the primitive state of the globe and its sudden catastrophe”. Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy 6: 233–308.Google Scholar
Klaver, Jan M.I. 1997. Geology and Religious Sentiment: The Effect of Geological Discoveries on English Society and Literature between 1829 and 1859. Leiden: Brill.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Knell, Simon J., and Taylor, Michael A.. 2006. “Hugh Miller: Fossils, landscape and literary geology”. Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association 117 (1): 85–98.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Knight, John. 1997. “On the extinction of the Japanese wolf”. Asian Folklore Studies 56 (1): 129–159.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Koch, Alexander, Brierley, Chris, Maslin, Mark M., and Lewis, Simon L.. 2019. “Earth system impacts of the European arrival and great dying in the Americas after 1492”. Quaternary Science Reviews 207: 13–36.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Krause, Franz. 2013. “Seasons as rhythms on the Kemi River in Finnish Lapland”. Ethnos 78 (1): 23–46.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Küchler, Susanne. 2014. “Relational maps in the Cook Islands transnational communities”. In Transnational Memory: Circulation, Articulation, Scales, edited by De Cesari, Chiara and Rigney, Ann, 99–122. Berlin, Germany: De Gruyter.Google Scholar
Kümmerer, Klaus. 1996. “The ecological impact of time”. Time and Society 5 (2): 209–235.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Lange, Michael A. 2007. The Norwegian Scots: An Anthropological Interpretation of Viking-Scottish Identity in the Orkney Islands. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen.Google Scholar
Lapsley, H.A. Graeme. 1981. “The community impact of North Sea oil”. In Onshore Impacts of Offshore Oil, edited by Cairns, William J. and Rogers, Patrick M., 173–183. London: Applied Science Publishers.Google Scholar
Lee, Daniel H.J. 2015. “Northern worldviews in postmedieval Orkney: Toward a more holistic approach to later landscapes”. Historical Archaeology 49 (3): 126–148.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Lehne, Johanna, and Preston, Felix. 2018. Making Concrete Change: Innovation in Low-Carbon Cement and Concrete. London: Royal Institute of International Affairs.Google Scholar
Lempert, Michael, and Perrino, Sabina. 2007. “Entextualization and the ends of temporality”. Language and Communication 27 (3): 205–211.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Lewis, Simon L., and Maslin, Mark A.. 2015. “Defining the Anthropocene”. Nature 519: 171–180.CrossRefGoogle ScholarPubMed
Lightfoot, Kent G., Panich, Lee M., Schneider, Tsim D., and Gonzalez, Sara L.. 2013. “European colonialism and the Anthropocene: A view from the Pacific Coast of North America”. Anthropocene 4: 101–115.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Liptrot, Amy. 2016. The Outrun. Edinburgh: Canongate.Google Scholar
Locke, John. [1689] 1960. Two Treatises of Government. Edited by Laslett, Peter. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.Google Scholar
Lüttig, Gerd. 1986. “Plants to peat: The process of humification”. In Peat and Water: Aspects of Water Retention and Dewatering in Peat, edited by Fuchsman, Charles H., 9–19. London: Elsevier.Google Scholar
Lyell, Charles. 1830. Principles of Geology, Being an Attempt to Explain the Former Changes of the Earth’s Surface, by Reference to Causes Now in Operation. London: John Murray.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Macfarlane, Robert. 2014. “Life in ruins”. In Life, edited by Brown, William and Fabian, Andrew, 124–147. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.Google Scholar
Macgregor, Murray. 1949. “Life and times of James Hutton”. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh B 63 (4): 351–356.Google Scholar
Malm, Andreas, and Hornborg, Alf. 2014. “The geology of mankind? A critique of the Anthropocene narrative”. Anthropocene Review 1 (1): 62–69.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Malmer, Nils, Albinsson, Crister, Svensson, Brita M., and Wallén, Bo. 2003. “Interferences between Sphagnum and vascular plants: Effects on plant community structure and peat formation”. Oikos 100 (3): 469–482.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Marcus, George E., and Fischer, Michael M.J.. 1986. Anthropology as Cultural Critique: An Experimental Moment in the Human Sciences. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.Google Scholar
Marshall, Sybil. 1967. Fenland Chronicle. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.Google Scholar
Masco, Joseph. 2010. “Bad weather: On planetary crisis”. Social Studies of Science 40 (1): 7–40.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Masco, Joseph. 2012. “The end of ends”. Anthropological Quarterly 85 (4): 1107–1124.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Masco, Joseph. 2017. “The crisis in crisis”. Current Anthropology 58 (S15): 65–76.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Massey, Doreen. 2006. “Landscape as a provocation: Reflections on moving mountains”. Journal of Material Culture 11 (1/2): 33–48.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Mauss, Marcel, and Beuchat, Henri. [1906] 1979. Seasonal Variations of the Eskimo: A Study in Social Morphology. Translated by Fox, James J.. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.Google Scholar
McCrory, Conor, and Murphy, Colette. 2009. “The growing visibility of creationism in Northern Ireland: Are new science teachers equipped to deal with these issues?Evolution: Education and Outreach 2 (3): 372–385.Google Scholar
McGhee, George R. 2018. Carboniferous Giants and Mass Extinction: The Late Paleozoic Ice Age World. New York: Columbia University Press.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
McLean, Stuart. 2007. “‘To dream profoundly’: Irish Boglands and the imagination of matter”. Irish Journal of Anthropology 10 (2): 61–68.Google Scholar
McLean, Stuart. 2013. “‘Seaweeds and limpets will grow on our grave stones’: On islands, time, death, and inhuman materialities”. In Taming Time, Timing Death: Social Technologies and Ritual, edited by Christensen, Dorthe Refslund and Willerslev, Rane, 17–39. Farnham: Ashgate.Google Scholar
McPhee, John. 1981. Basin and Range. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux.Google Scholar
McTaggart, J. Ellis. 1908. “The unreality of time”. Mind 17 (68): 457–474.Google Scholar
Mellor, D.H. 1998. Real Time II. London: Routledge.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Mendelssohn, Irving A., Andersen, Gary L., Baltz, Donald M., Caffey, Rex H., Carman, Kevin R., Fleeger, John W., Joye, Samantha B., Lin, Qianxin, Maltby, Edward, Overton, Edward B., and Rozas, Lawrence P.. 2012. “Oil impacts on coastal wetlands: Implications for the Mississippi River delta ecosystem after the deepwater horizon oil spill”. BioScience 62 (6): 562–574.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Michie, U., and Cooper, David C.. 1979. Uranium in the Old Red Sandstone of Orkney. Edinburgh: HMSO.Google Scholar
Miller, Hugh. 1841. The Old Red Sandstone; or, New Walks in an Old Field. Edinburgh, Scotland: John Johnstone.Google Scholar
Miller, Hugh. 1849. Footprints of the Creator; or, the Asterolepis of Stromness. Edinburgh, Scotland: Johnstone and Hunter.Google Scholar
Miller, Hugh. 1854. My Schools and Schoolmasters; or, the Story of My Education. Edinburgh, Scotland: Johnstone and Hunter.Google Scholar
Miller, Hugh. 1858. The Cruise of the Betsey; or, a Summer Ramble among the Fossiliferous Deposits of the Hebrides; with Rambles of a Geologist; or, Ten Thousand Miles over the Fossiliferous Deposits of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland: Thomas Constable.Google Scholar
Minckley, W.L., and Douglas, M.E.. 1991. “Discovery and extinction of western fishes: A blink of the eye in geologic time”. In Battle against Extinction: Native Fish Management in the American West, edited by Minckley, W.L. and Deacon, James E., 7–17. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.Google Scholar
Mitchell, Timothy. 2011. Carbon Democracy: Political Power in the Age of Oil. London: Verso.Google Scholar
Montgomery, Keith. 2003. “Siccar point and teaching the history of geology”. Journal of Geoscience Education 51 (5): 500–505.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Mooney, John. 1923. Eynhallow: The Holy Island of the Orkneys. Kirkwall: W.R. Mackintosh.Google Scholar
Moore, Jason W. 2015. Capitalism in the Web of Life: Ecology and the Accumulation of Capital. London: Verso.Google Scholar
Moore, Jonas. 1685. The History or Narrative of the Great Level of the Fenns, Called Bedford Level. London: Moses Pitt.Google Scholar
Mortimore, Rory N., Wood, C.J., and Gallois, Ramus W.. 2001. British Upper Cretaceous Stratigraphy. Peterborough: Joint Nature Conservation Committee.Google Scholar
Muir, Tom. 1998. The Mermaid Bride and Other Orkney Folk Tales. Kirkwall: Kirkwall Press.Google Scholar
Munif, Abdelrahmen. 1987. Cities of Salt. Translated by Theroux, Peter. New York: Random House.Google Scholar
Munn, Nancy D. 1992. “The cultural anthropology of time: A critical essay”. Annual Review of Anthropology 21: 93–123.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Naumescu, Vlad. 2011. “The case for religious transmission: Time and transmission in the anthropology of Christianity”. Religion and Society: Advances in Research 2: 54–71.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Némedi, Dénes. 1998. “Change, innovation, creation: Durkheim’s ambivalence”. In On Durkheim’s Elementary Forms of Religious Life, edited by Allen, Nicholas J., Pickering, William Stuart F., and Miller, W.Watts, 162–175. London: Routledge.Google Scholar
Nixon, Rob. 2011. Slow Violence and the Environmentalism of the Poor. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Numbers, Ronald L. 1992. The Creationists: The Evolution of Scientific Creationism. Berkeley: University of California Press.Google Scholar
O’Connor, Bernard. 2001. “The origins and development of the British coprolite industry”. Mining History 14 (5): 46–57.Google Scholar
Ogle, Vanessa. 2013. “Whose time is it? The pluralization of time and the global condition, 1870s–1940s”. American Historical Review 118 (5): 1376–1402.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Pálsson, Gisli, Szerszynski, Bronislaw, Sörlin, Sverker, Marks, John, Avril, Bernard, Crumley, Carole, Hackmann, Heide, Holm, Poul, Ingram, John, Kirman, Alan, Buendía, Mercedes Pardo, and Weehuizen, Rifka. 2013. “Reconceptualizing the ‘Anthropos’ in the Anthropocene: Integrating the social sciences and humanities in global environmental change research”. Environmental Science & Policy 28: 3–13.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Panoff, Michel. 1969. “The notion of time among the Maenge people of New Britain”. Ethnology 8 (2): 153–166.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Pardoe, Joanna, Penning-Rowsell, E., and Tunstall, S.. 2011. “Floodplain conflicts: Regulation and negotiation”. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences 11 (10): 2889–2902.Google Scholar
Peebles, Alistair. 2011. “Labour, Blossom: Ian Hamilton Finlay and Orkney”. Painted, Spoken 7: 8–21.Google Scholar
Pievani, Telmo. 2014. “The sixth mass extinction: Anthropocene and the human impact on biodiversity”. Rendiconti Lincei 25 (1): 85–93.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Playfair, John. 1802. Illustrations of the Huttonian Theory of the Earth. Edinburgh, Scotland: Cadell and Davies.Google Scholar
Playfair, John. 1805. “Biographical account of the late James Hutton, F.R.S. Edinburgh”. Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 5 (3): 39–99.Google Scholar
Ploeger, Daniël. 2017. “Abject digital performance: Engaging the politics of electronic waste”. Leonardo 50 (2): 138–142.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Postill, John. 2002. “Clock and calendar time: A missing anthropological problem”. Time and Society 11 (2/3): 251–270.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Povinelli, Elizabeth A. 2016. Geontologies: A Requiem to Late Liberalism. Durham, NH: Duke University Press.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Pratt, Wallace E. 1952. “Toward a philosophy of oil-finding”. Bulletin of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists 36 (12): 2231–36.Google Scholar
Rabinow, Paul. 2007. Marking Time: On the Anthropology of the Contemporary. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.Google Scholar
Rabinow, Paul, and Bennett, Gaymon. 2012. Designing Human Practices: An Experiment with Synthetic Biology. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Rabinow, Paul, Marcus, George E., Faubion, James D., and Rees, Tobias. 2008. Designs for an Anthropology of the Contemporary. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Raffles, Hugh. 2002. In Amazonia: A Natural History. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.Google Scholar
Raffles, Hugh. 2012. “Twenty-five years is a long time”. Cultural Anthropology 27 (3): 526–534.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Rappaport, Roy A. 1968. Pigs for the Ancestors: Ritual in the Ecology of a New Guinea People. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.Google Scholar
Rappaport, Roy A. 1996. “Risk and the human environment”. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 545: 64–74.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Raup, David M., and John Sepkoski, J.. 1982. “Mass extinctions in the marine fossil record”. Science 215 (4539): 1501–1503.CrossRefGoogle ScholarPubMed
Rautio, Pauliina. 2013. “Children who carry stones in their pockets: On autotelic material practices in everyday life”. Children’s Geographies 11 (4): 394–408.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Reinert, Hugo. 2016. “About a stone: Some notes on geologic conviviality”. Environmental Humanities 8 (1): 95–117.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Rendall, Robert. 1951. Orkney Variants and Other Poems. Kirkwall: Orkney Press.Google Scholar
Reno, Joshua. 2015. Waste Away: Working and Living with a North American Landfill. Oakland: University of California Press.Google Scholar
Reyna, Stephen, and Behrends, Andrea. 2008. “The crazy curse and crude domination: Toward an anthropology of oil”. Focaal 52: 3–17.Google Scholar
Richardson, William. 1802. “On basaltes”. Philosophical Magazine 13 (50): 129–136.Google Scholar
Richardson, William. 1803a. “An account of the whynn dykes in the neighbourhood of the Giant’s Causeway, Ballycastle, and Belfast in a letter to the Lord Bishop of Dromore”. Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy 9: 21–43.Google Scholar
Richardson, William. 1803b. “Inquiry into the consistency of Dr Hutton’s theory of the earth with the arrangement of the strata, and other phænomena on the basaltic coast of Antrim”. Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy 9: 429–487.Google Scholar
Ringel, Felix. 2012. “Towards anarchist futures? Creative presentism, vanguard practices and anthropological hopes”. Critique of Anthropology 32(2): 173–188.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Ringel, Felix. 2016. “Beyond temporality: Notes on the anthropology of time from a shrinking fieldsite”. Anthropological Theory 16 (4): 390–412.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Robbins, Joel. 2001. “Secrecy and the sense of an ending: Narrative, time, and everyday millenarianism in Papua New Guinea and in Christian fundamentalism”. Comparative Studies in Society and History 43 (3): 525–551.Google Scholar
Robbins, Joel. 2007. “Continuity thinking and the problem of Christian culture: Belief, time, and the anthropology of Christianity”. Current Anthropology 48 (1): 5–38.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Robertson, Duncan J. 1924. “Orkney folk-lore”. Proceedings of the Orkney Antiquarian Society 2: 37–46.Google Scholar
Rose, Deborah B. 2004. Reports from a Wild Country: Ethics for Decolonisation. Sydney: University of New South Wales Press.Google Scholar
Rose, Deborah B. 2011. Wild Dog Dreaming: Love and Extinction. Charlottesville, VA: University of Virginia Press.Google Scholar
Ross, Michael, and Conway, Michael. 1986. “Remembering one’s own past: The construction of personal histories”. In Handbook of Motivation and Cognition, edited by Sorrentino, Richard and Higgins, Edward T., 122–144. New York: Guilford.Google Scholar
Rotherham, Ian D. 2013. The Lost Fens: England’s Greatest Ecological Disaster. Stroud, Gloucestershire: History Press.Google Scholar
Ruddiman, W.F. 2003. “The anthropogenic greenhouse era began thousands of years ago”. Climatic Change 61 (3): 261–293.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Ruddiman, W.F. 2013. “The Anthropocene”. Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences 41: 45–68.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Rudwick, Martin J.S. 1985. The Great Devonian Controversy: The Shaping of Scientific Knowledge among Gentlemanly Specialists. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Rudwick, Martin J.S. 1998. “Lyell and the principles of geology”. In Lyell: The Past Is the Key to the Present, edited by Blundell, Derek J. and Scott, Andrew C., 3–15. London: The Geological Society.Google Scholar
Rudwick, Martin J.S. 2005. Bursting the Limits of Time: The Reconstruction of Geohistory in the Age of Revolution. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Russell, Bertrand. 1921. The Analysis of Mind. London: George Allen and Unwin.Google Scholar
Scott, Eugenie C. 1997. “Antievolutionism and creation in the United States”. Annual Review of Anthropology 26: 263–289.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Scott, James W. 2017. Against the Grain: A Deep History of the Earliest States. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.Google Scholar
Secord, James A. 1986. Controversy in Victorian Geology: The Cambrian-Silurian Dispute. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.Google Scholar
Sedgwick, Adam. 1845. “Review of Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation”. Edinburgh Review 82 (165): 1–85.Google Scholar
Sedgwick, Adam. 1850. A Discourse on the Studies of the University of Cambridge, 5th ed. Cambridge: John Deighton.Google Scholar
Sedgwick, Adam, and Murchison, Roderick I.. 1836. “On the Silurian and Cambrian systems, exhibiting the order in which the older sedimentary strata succeed each other in England and Wales”. Report of the British Association for the Advancement of Science 5: 59–61.Google Scholar
Sedgwick, Adam, and Murchison, Roderick I.. 1840. “On the classification and distribution of the older or Palaeozoic rocks of the north of Germany and of Belgium, as compared with formations of the same age in the British Isles”. Proceedings of the Geological Society of London 3 (70): 300–311.Google Scholar
Shryock, Andrew, Trautmann, Thomas R., and Gamble, Clive. 2011. “Imagining the human in deep time”. In Deep History: The Architecture of Past and Present, edited by Shryock, Andrew and Smail, Daniel L., 21–52. Berkeley: University of California Press.Google Scholar
Simonetti, Cristián, and Ingold, Tim. 2018. “Ice and concrete: Solid fluids of environmental change”. Journal of Contemporary Archaeology 5 (1): 19–31.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Sinclair, David. 1981. Willick o’ Pirliebraes. Kirkwall: The Orkney Press.Google Scholar
Sinclair, David. 1994. Willick and the Black, Black Oil. Kirkwall: The Orkney Press.Google Scholar
Smith, Pamela J. 1997. “Grahame Clark’s new archaeology: The Fenland Research Committee and Cambridge prehistory in the 1930s”. Antiquity 71 (271): 11–30.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Sodikoff, Genese M. 2012. “Accumulating absence: Cultural productions of the sixth extinction”. In The Anthropology of Extinction: Essays on Culture and Species Death, edited by Sodikoff, Genese M., 1–16. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.Google Scholar
Sodikoff, Genese M. 2013. “The time of living dead species: Extinction debt and futurity in Madagascar”. In Debt: Ethics, the Environment, and the Economy, edited by Paik, Peter Y. and Wiesner-Hanks, Merry, 140–163. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.Google Scholar
Ssorin-Chaikov, Nikolai. 2017. Two Lenins: A Brief Anthropology of Time. Chicago, IL: Hau Books.Google Scholar
Stafford, Robert A. 1990. “Annexing the landscapes of the past: British imperial geology in the nineteenth century”. In Imperialism and the Natural World, edited by MacKenzie, John M., 67–89. Manchester: Manchester University Press.Google Scholar
Steffan, Will, Crutzen, Paul J., and McNeill, John R.. 2007. “The Anthropocene: Are humans now overwhelming the great forces of nature?Ambio 36 (8): 614–621.Google Scholar
Stewart, Kathleen, and Harding, Susan. 1999. “Bad endings: American apocalypsis”. Annual Review of Anthropology 28: 285–310.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Stocking, George W. 1983. “The Ethnographer’s magic: Fieldwork in British anthropology from Tylor to Malinowski”. In Observers Observed, edited by Stocking, George W., 70–120. Madison, WI: Wisconsin.Google Scholar
Swindles, Graeme T., Watson, Elizabeth, Turner, T. Edward, Galloway, Jennifer M., Hadlari, Thomas, Wheeler, Jane, and Bacon, Karen L.. 2015. “Spheroidal carbonaceous particles are a defining stratigraphic marker for the Anthropocene”. Scientific Reports 5: 10264.CrossRefGoogle ScholarPubMed
Taffel, Sy. 2016a. “Invisible bodies and forgotten spaces: Materiality, toxicity, and labour in digital ecologies”. In Security, Race, Biopower: Essays on Technology and Corporeality, edited by Randell-Moon, Holly and Tippet, Ryan, 121–141. London: Palgrave Macmillan.Google Scholar
Taffel, Sy. 2016b. “Technofossils of the Anthropocene: Media, geology, and plastics”. Cultural Politics 12 (3): 355–375.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Tarlow, Sarah. 1999. Bereavement and Commemoration: An Archaeology of Mortality. Oxford: Blackwell.Google Scholar
Thacker, Eugene. 2011. In the Dust of This Planet. Alresford, Hants: Zero Books.Google Scholar
Thackray, J.C. 1976. “The Murchison-Sedgwick controversy”. Journal of the Geological Society 132 (4): 367–372.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Thirsk, Joan. 1957. English Peasant Farming: The Agrarian History of Lincolnshire from Tudor to Recent Times. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.Google Scholar
Thompson, E.P. 1967. “Time, work-discipline, and industrial capitalism”. Past and Present 38: 56–97.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Thomson, Alistair. 2011. “Memory and remembering in oral history”. In The Oxford Handbook of Oral History, edited by Ritchie, Doland A., 77–95. Oxford: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
Thomson, William P.L. 1981. The Little General and the Rousay Crofters: Class and Conflict on an Orkney Estate. Edinburgh, Scotland: John Donald.Google Scholar
Todd, Zoe. 2015. “Indigenizing the Anthropocene”. In Art in the Anthropocene, edited by Davis, Heather and Turpin, Etienne, 241–254. London: Open Humanities Press.Google Scholar
Todd, Zoe. 2016. “From a fishy place: Examining Canadian state law applied in the Daniels decision from the perspective of Métis legal orders”. Topia 36: 43–57.Google Scholar
Tolia-Kelly, Divya P. 2010. Landscape, Race and Memory: Material Ecologies of Citizenship. Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate.Google Scholar
Tomkeieff, S.I. 1940. “The basalt lavas of the Giant’s Causeway district of Northern Ireland”. Bulletin Volcanologique 6 (1): 89–143.Google Scholar
Tomkeieff, S.I. 1949. “James Hutton and the philosophy of geology”. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh B 63 (4): 387–400.Google Scholar
Torrens, Hugh S. 2001. “Timeless order: William Smith (1769–1839) and the search for raw materials 1800–1820”. In The Age of the Earth: From 4004 BC to AD 2002, edited by Lewis, Cherrry L.E. and Knell, Simon J., 61–83. London: The Geological Society.Google Scholar
Toulmin, Stephen, and Goodfield, June. 1965. The Discovery of Time. New York: Harper and Row.Google Scholar
Toumey, Christopher P. 1991. “Modern creationism and scientific authority”. Social Studies of Science 21 (4): 681–699.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Trautmann, Thomas R. 1992. “The revolution in ethnological time”. Man, N.S. 27 (2): 379–397.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Tsing, Anna Lowenhaupt. 2012. “On nonscalability: The living world is not amenable to precision-nested scales”. Common Knowledge 18 (3): 505–524.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Tsing, Anna Lowenhaupt. 2014. “More-than-human sociality: A call for critical description”. In Anthropology and Nature, edited by Hastrup, Kirsten, 27–42. New York: Routledge.Google Scholar
Tsing, Anna Lowenhaupt. 2015. The Mushroom at the End of the World: On the Possibility of Life in Capitalist Ruins. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.Google Scholar
Valberg, J.J. 2013. “The temporal present”. Philosophy 88 (3): 369–386.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Verdon, Michel. 1982. “Where have all their lineages gone? Cattle and descent among the Nuer”. American Anthropologist 84 (3): 566–579.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Vergunst, Jo. 2012. “Farming and the nature of landscape: Stasis and movement in a regional landscape tradition”. Landscape Research 37 (2): 173–190.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Veron, John E.N. 2008. “Mass extinctions and ocean acidification: Biological constraints on geological dilemmas”. Coral Reefs 27 (3): 459–472.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Wake, David B., and Vredenburg, Vance T.. 2008. “Are we in the midst of the sixth mass extinction? A view from the world of amphibians”. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (S1): 11466–11473.CrossRefGoogle ScholarPubMed
Walker, T. 2005. “A giant cause”. Creation 27 (2): 28–34.Google Scholar
Watts, Laura. 2018. Energy at the End of the World: An Orkney Islands Saga. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.Google Scholar
Webster, Joseph. 2013. “The eschatology of global warming in a Scottish fishing village”. Cambridge Anthropology 31 (1): 68–84.Google Scholar
Weisman, Alan. 2007. The World Without Us. New York: Thomas Dunne.Google Scholar
Wells, William. 1860. “The drainage of Whittlesea Mere”. Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England 21: 134–153.Google Scholar
Weszkalnys, Gisa. 2010. “Re-conceiving the resource curse and the role of anthropology”. Suomen Antropologi 35 (1): 87–90.Google Scholar
Wheeler, William H. 1868. History of the Fens of South Lincolnshire: Being a Description of the Rivers Witham and Welland and Their Estuary; and an Account of the Reclamation and Drainage of the Fens Adjacent thereto. Boston, MA: J.M. Newcomb.Google Scholar
Whewell, William. 1832. “Review of principles of geology, being an attempt to explain the former changes of the earth’s surface, by reference to causes now in operation, by Charles Lyell, Esq, F.R.S., professor of geology in King’s College, London”. London Quarterly Review 47: 103–132.Google Scholar
Whitcomb, John C., and Morris, Harry M.. 1961. The Genesis Flood: The Biblical Record and Its Scientific Interpretations. Philadelphia, PA: Presbyterian and Reformed Publishing Company.Google Scholar
Whorf, Benjamin L. 1956. Language, Thought, and Reality. Edited by Carroll, John B.. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.Google Scholar
Wilson, Anne, and Ross, Michael. 2003. “The identity function of autobiographical memory: Time is on our side”. Memory 11 (2): 137–149.CrossRefGoogle ScholarPubMed
Winchester, Simon. 2001. The Map that Changed the World: The Tale of William Smith and the Birth of a Science. London: Viking.Google Scholar
Yusoff, Kathryn. 2018. A Billion Black Anthropocenes or None. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Zalasiewicz, Jan, Williams, Mark, Waters, Colin N., Barnosky, Anthony D., and Haff, Peter. 2014. “The technofossil record of humans”. Anthropocene Review 1 (1): 34–43.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Zalasiewicz, Jan, Waters, Colin N., Williams, Mark, Barnosky, Anthony D., Cearreta, Alejandro, Crutzen, Paul, Ellis, Erle, Ellis, Michael A., Fairchild, Ian J., Grinevald, Jacques, Haff, Peter K., Hajdas, Irka, Leinfelder, Reinhold, McNeill, John, Odada, Eric O., Poirier, Clément, Richter, Daniel, Steffen, Will, Summerhayes, Colin, Syvitski, James P.M., Vidas, Davor, Wagreich, Michael, Wing, Scott L., Wolfe, Alexander P., An, Zhisheng, and Oreske, Naomi. 2015. “When did the Anthropocene begin? A mid-twentieth century boundary level is stratigraphically optimal”. Quaternary International 383: 196–203.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Zalasiewicz, Jan, Waters, Colin N., Ivar do Sul, Juliana A., Corcoran, Patricia L., Barnosky, Anthony D., Cearreta, Alejandro, Edgeworth, Matt, Gałuszka, Agnieszka, Jeandel, Catherine, Leinfelder, Reinhold, McNeill, J.R., Steffen, Will, Summerhayes, Colin, Wagreich, Michael, Williams, Mark, Wolfe, Alexander P., and Yonan, Yasmin. 2016. “The geological cycle of plastics and their use as a stratigraphic indicator of the Anthropocene”. Anthropocene 13: 4–17.CrossRefGoogle Scholar