This looks like an interesting new edited issue of Theory, Culture, and Society on New Materialism. Right now only the introduction to the collection is online and the rest of the collection is soon to follow. (Behind a paywall, see the link below to SAGE).
Questioning New Materialisms: An Introduction
First Published October 29, 2018 Research Article
New materialists have challenged our thinking about matter in important and meaningful ways. Building a critique of the work of Diana Coole, Samantha Frost, and Jane Bennett, this article introduces a special section which challenges the direction of their work in a constructive manner. We provide a four-fold critical appraisal here: of the historical, posthumanist, technological and emancipatory facets of the new materialisms. Our central claim is that the new materialisms are plural and that they need to be understood in a wider sense than is claimed in much of the literature. This article addresses the question: to what extent can a pluralism of new materialisms be compatible with the radical and emancipatory agenda of its founding theorists? Our answer is that it is not only possible to achieve such radical emancipation, but also necessary to address these concerns.