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Why is race so glaringly absent from the Anthropocene debate? (1)
"Biopower in the Era of Biotech" (1)
Michael Hardt: "Saving the Commons from the Public" (1)
Steve Bannon’s "ghostly triumph" (1)
"Oxford professor quits Blavatnik school after discovering founder donated to Trump" (1)
Homai Vyarawalla: A Portrait of a Groundbreaking Photographer (1)
Benjamin Buchloh interviews Lawrence Weiner: "Art Is Not About Skill" (13)
Mathias Énard’s alternative cosmopolitanism (1)
Trevor Paglen's "art for a post-surveillance age" (1)
On late capitalism and the making of millennials (1)
The Mudd Club: "An anything-goes environment that seems impossible to recreate today" (1)
Seeing is Consuming: Feminism and the Perils of Visibility (1)
Samuel Delany and "the racial politics of literary awards" (1)
Where is Allan Sekula when you need him? (1)
McKenzie Wark: "On the Obsolescence of the Bourgeois Novel in the Anthropocene" (1)
Review of Achille Mbembe’s “Critique of Black Reason” (1)
"How Hate Groups Forced Online Platforms to Reveal Their True Nature" (1)
Free Kirill Serebrennikov, Russian avant-garde theater director (1)
Richard Florida admits he was wrong—sorta (1)
The resignation letter from Trump's Arts Committee is a masterpiece (1)
Žižek on the nuclear brinksmanship between the US and North Korea (1)
Chris Kraus on figuring out your process (1)
The end of the alt-right? (1)
"How to Lose Your Country": On Erdoğan’s Turkey (2)
The hidden ideology behind the "smart city" (1)
From tactile music to disembodied music: On the transition from analogue to digital (1)
Anti-gentrification movement blooms in California (2)
"Curator Anne Ellegood on Understanding the Complexities of Jimmie Durham’s Native Identity" (1)
Who murdered critical theory? (1)
Why autocrats fear LGBT rights (1)