Woodard, Benjamin, “Thinking Against Nature,” in Speculations 1, (Open Humanities Press, August, 2010). Available Here.
Woodard, Benjamin, “Review of Iain Grant’s Philosophies of Nature after Schelling,” in Analecta Hermeneutica vol. 2, September, 2010. Available here.
Woodard, Benjamin, “Inverted Astronomy: Ungrounded Ethics, Volcanic Copernicanism, and the Ecological De-Centering of the Human,” in Polygraph 22 (Duke University Press, September, 2010). Purchase here.
Woodard, Benjamin, “A Nature to Pulp the Stoutest Philosopher: Towards a Lovecraftian Philosophy of Nature,” Commissioned piece for Real Horror Event, Available here.
Woodard, Benjamin “Interview with Alain Badiou” in The Speculative Turn: Continental Materialism and Realism, ed Nick Srnicek, Graham Harman and Levi Bryant, (Re.Press, Dec 2010)
Woodard, Benjamin “Interview with Slavoj Zizek,” in The Speculative Turn: Continental Materialism and Realism, ed Nick Srnicek, Graham Harman and Levi Bryant, (Re.Press, Dec 2010)
Woodard, Benjamin, “Mad Speculation and Absolute Inhumanism,” in Contintent v1. Available here.
Woodard, Benjamin, “A Brief History of (Dejected) Nature: Natural Conceptualization, Eco-Aesthetics, and the Blues of Green Affect and Economy” in Thinking Nature v1(Open Humanities Press, June 2011). Available here.
Woodard, Benjamin, “A Nature to Pulp the Stoutest Philosopher,” in Incognitum Haectius vol 1. Available here.
Woodard, Benjamin, “I want to live inside this monster: Haunted Houses as EcoDesign,” in Organs Everywhere Available here.
Woodard, Benjamin, “Plotting Nature’s Havoc: Potential Realisms between Transcendental Materialism and Transcendental Dynamism” in Identities vol 8 no2 Available for purchase.
Woodard, Benjamin “Brain Splattering” in The Passive Collective v2, 2012.
Woodard, Benjamin, “The Untimely (and Unshapely) Decomposition of Onto-Epistemological Solidity: Negarestani’s Cyclonopedia as Metaphysics,” in Leper Creativity, ed. Ed Keller, Nicola Masciandaro, and Eugene Thacker (Punctum Books, February 2012)
Woodard, Benjamin, “The Blackish Green of the Greenish Black or the Earth’s Coruscating Darkness” in Glossator, ed. Nicola Masciandaro and Reza Negarestani, 2012
Woodard, Benjamin Slime Dynamics: Generation, Mutation, and the Creep of Life, (Zer0 Books, September 2012). More info here.
Woodard, Benjamin, “Lapidary Demons: A Response to Anthony Paul Smith” in Speculative Medievalisms. (Punctum Books, January 2013)
Woodard, Benjamin, “Casting Speculation: A Response to Jefferey Cohen” in Speculative Medievalisms. (Punctum Books, January 2013)
Woodard, Benjamin On an Ungrounded Earth (Punctum Books, March 2013). More info here.
Woodard, Benjamin, “(Un)Objectionable Aesthetics,” in Critical Bastards, Issue 9, ed. Suzanne Walsh, (Self Published, April 2013)
Woodard, Benjamin, “Oceanic Accelerationism,” for Dark Trajectories, ed Joshua Johnson ([Name] Publications, September 2013)
Woodard, Benjamin, “Ultraviolet,” in Prismatic Ecologies, ed. JJ Cohen (University of Minnesota Press, December 2013)
Woodard, Benjamin, “Schellingian Thought for Ecological Politics”, Anarchist Developments in Cultural Studies, Special Issue ed. Duanne Roussell (Open Humanities Press, January 2014)
Woodard, Benjamin, “Response to Kai Bosworth, Harlan Morehouse, and Rory Rowan,” in Society and Space. (January, 2014) Here
Woodard, Benjamin, “Nothing Grows in the Right Direction: Scaling the Life of the Negative,” in True Detection, (Schism Books)
Woodard, Benjamin, “The New Curses of Tomb-Space”, in Design Ecologies, v3, ed. Shaun Murray, August 2014. Here.
Woodard, Benjamin, “House of Sheaves: The Asymptotic Horror of Nested Nature,” in Weaponising Speculations, ed. Caoimhe Doyle, (Punctum, 2014)
Woodard, Benjamin, “Irreversible Sludge: Troubled Energetics, Eco-purification and Self Inhumanization,” for Melancology, ed. Scott Wilson (Zero, September 2014)
Woodard, Benjamin, “Uncomfortable Aesthetics,” in Speculative Aesthetics, ed. James Trafford, (Urbanomic, October, 2014). Here.
Woodard, Benjamin, “Speculative Materialism,” Entry in The Meillassoux Dictionary, ed Paul Ennis and Peter Gratton, (Edinburgh University Press, Novermber 2014)
Woodard, Benjamin, “Negarestani in R’yleh” in Schizoanalysis and Literature, ed. Tim Matts (Continuum, February 2015)
Woodard, Benjamin, “Chase the Rabbit: or Locating Abstraction in Nature,” in Breaking the Spell: Contemporary Realism Under Discussion, ed. Sarah de Sanctis (Mimesis, May, 2015)
Woodard, Benjamin, “Loops of Augmentation,” in Matteo Pasquinelli (ed.) Alleys of Your Mind: Augmented Intelligence and Its Traumas (Lüneburg: Leuphana University / Meson Press, Nov 2015). Available here.
Woodard, Benjamin, “A Blood More Red, A Red so Deep” for Plinth v. 6. Available Online here.
Woodard, Benjamin, “Lacan ‘Stoffed’ with Insects,” in Lacan and the Posthuman ed. Svitlana M. And Judith R. (Minnesota University Press, )
Woodard, Benjamin, “Folding a Cadaverous Scream,” for PEST 2 ed Michael O’Rourke, (Punctum Books)
Woodard, Benjamin, “Afterword” in Capitalism and the Earth (Punctum)
Woodard, Benjamin, “The Killing Crowd: Poe and the Deep-Crime of the Media,” in The Lovecraftian Poe, ed Sean Smith
“The Imp of Accelerationism: Poe, Lyotard, and Collective Perversity” for Dark Glamour: Accelerationism and the Occult, ed. Tim Matts
“From the Political Insufficiency of Ontology to The Great Engine of Tasks: Feminism between Normativity-Inhumanity-Embodiment-Pragmatism” for Feminist Accelerationisms Special Issue, Interalia, ed Michael O’Rourke
“The Nested Eye: Naturalism, Perspectivalism, and Environmental Law” for Handbook in Research Methods in Environmental Law, University of Westminster
“The Self-Chasing Instrument: Idealism, Vision, and Judgment” for Law and the Senses
“Fictions of Invention or What are Worlds made of?” for Transductions, Media XXI
“Lamps, Rainbows, and Horizons: Spatializing Knowledge in Naturphilosophical Epistemology” for Angelaki, December 2016.
“La Echelle du Nature: Conceptualisation Mesure entre Brassier et Grant” in Cahiers Critiques de Philosophie, (Université Paris 8)
“The Physics of Thought Conditions: Transcendental Naturalism, Fundamentality and Experiment between Schelling, Catren, and Massimi” (to be translated to French)