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Jacques Rancière on "The Crisis of Democracy" (1)
McKenzie Wark on the Bushfires in Australia (2)
From "Indie" to "Interdependent" in Underground Music (1)
Angela Mitropoulos: "Against Quarantine" (1)
"Are Novels Trapped by the Present?" (1)
The Largest Civil Protests in Iraq’s History (2)
Tackling Climate Change Requires More Democracy, Not Less (2)
Art Basel Hong Kong in Danger of Cancellation Due to Coronavirus Concerns (1)
Court Rules to Keep Osman Kavala in Jail (1)
The Decline of American "Greatness" (3)
What Biosphere 2 Can Teach Us About Saving the Earth's Ecosystems (1)
A Memoir from Inside Big Tech's "Uncanny Valley" (1)
Brazil's Culture Secretary Ousted After Speech Quoting Goebbels (1)
UK Elections: The Emotional Toll of Defeat (4)
Letters on the Protests Iran (2)
Fractured Genre: The Noir Novel in the Age of the Internet (1)
Judith Butler on Nonviolence in our Violent Times (1)
Hardt & Negri: "Empire, Twenty Years On" (1)
State of Exemption, State of Exclusion: CAA and NRC (4)
Facebook and the “Free Speech” Excuse (2)
Making "Mindfulness" Collective and Liberatory (1)
"Futurity and Futility" in Jeff VanderMeer’s New Novel (1)
The Pervasive Power of the Settler Mindset (1)
How Mark Fisher's "Acid Communism" Has Inspired a New Current in Politics and Art (7)
The Unending Quest to Explain Consciousness (1)
The Hong Kong Uprising Redefines the Temporality of Protest (3)
Ted Chiang's Fiction is Sci-Fi at its Most Artistically Accomplished (1)
What Makes Science Trustworthy? Its Social Character (1)
The Latest Art Accessory for Celebs: "The Curator Boyfriend" (1)
How Social Media Thrives on "Ugly Feelings" (1)