AO: The analysts do not discuss material infrastructures.
AO: No discussion of material constraints.
AO: The analysts note the challenges of being in different geographic locations.
AO: Funding, time constraints
AO: the (increasing?) precarity of academic labor is noted.
AO: She does not describe this but it would be assumed that the colonial acts of taking native lands and one's relationship to those lands.
AO: While the analysts look in interesting ways at collaboration across human - material; material - material ways, they do not talk about ecological ways that these collaborations are structured (e.g. sun, water, ice, etc.)
AO: Lack of time and conflicting institutional schedules and duties makes it challenging to collaborate.
AO: Smell. “Can humans and mushrooms really be collaborators? Might all knowledge, then, require collaboration? If so, what might we gain by making these necessary collaborations apparent?” (382)
AO: The editors note that the most difficult demand is to speak within the language and logic of particular institutional spaces (e.g. the court room, mainstream press, etc.). The spaces do not allow time for the reflexivity elaborated in the academic writing. The challenge for academic work is to find idioms for what dominant political logic ignores.