Digital Ubiquity in the Anthropocene: the non-anthropocentric anthropology of Massimo Canevacci

Massimo Canevacci’s work goes beyond multi and interdisciplinarity. The transversal connections he makes across a multiplicity of epistemologies are truly transdisciplinary, both epistemologically and methodologically. His trajectory of scholarly inquiry, according to his own definition, is undisciplined. It respects no disciplinary boundaries and creates an open field of investigation in which the dimensions of the human and the post-human are fully explored without any pre-conception. This interview explores the subtle nuances of some of his most important concepts in the context of the Anthropocene, and lays the emerging contours of Canevacci’s non-anthropocentric anthropology.