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The Anthropocene is a time to create a new world, not preserve the old one (1)
The regrettable rise of the the "thought leader" (1)
How contemporary fascist aesthetics strive to become "common sense" (1)
"Six Months After The Election, What Does 'The Resistance' Mean Now?" (2)
Against ride-sharing (1)
Galleries Against Gaslighting: How can the UK art world respond to Grenfell? (4)
"The Summer of Love is far more relevant today than you think" (1)
Judith Butler on Trump and neofascism (2)
The rise and fall of the web-based personal essay (1)
A Garland of Rivers: On the Trial-Performance "Landscape as Evidence: Artist as Witness" (1)
Timothy Morton, "the philosopher prophet of the Anthropocene" (1)
Naomi Klein on the "rolling shock politics" of the Trump era (1)
Chris Kraus on mainstream success and literary misogyny (1)
Will social media kill the novel? (1)
Alexander R. Galloway on the "brometheanism" of left accelerationists (1)
What Are the Prospects for a Trump Impeachment? (1)
The public university cannot be saved by neo-Keynesian measures (2)
The tyranny of 'minimalism' (2)
McKenzie Wark on decolonial anthropologist Eduardo Viveiros de Castro (1)
"Pleasure and the Text": Christine Smallwood on Paul Chan's New Lovers series (1)
“Flipping a Coin: Heads—No One Is Illegal; Tails—Everyone Must Be,” Pt. 3 (1)
Richard Seymour: Where Next for Corbyn and Labour? (1)
“Flipping a Coin: Heads—No One Is Illegal; Tails—Everyone Must Be,” Pt. 2 (1)
Nina Power: "The UK election shows that decency is sweepingly popular" (1)
Fredric Jameson on One Hundred Years of Solitude (1)
The Black Panthers in Algiers (2)
Sreshta Rit Premnath: Critique as Unlearning (4)
Edi Rama: Lauded artist and "the next Balkan autocrat" (1)
“We Come Bearing Gifts”—iLiana Fokianaki and Yanis Varoufakis on Documenta 14 Athens (1)
"The key social unit of neoliberalism is the family in crisis" (1)