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Noam Chomsky on the prospects for nuclear war under Trump [Frontpage] (1)
"Reality’s thick veil": A review of the Russian Pavilion at the 57th Venice Biennale [Frontpage] (1)
Refugee Heritage conversations: Ilana Feldman, “The Dheisheh Style” [Architecture] (1)
"The Programmable Image" by Jonathan Beller [Frontpage] (2)
UNESCO Recognizes the Old City of Hebron and the Tomb of the Patriarchs as Palestinian Heritage Sites [Architecture] (1)
Refugee Heritage conversations: Khaldun Bshara, “Camps as Heritage” [Architecture] (1)
Jack Halberstam on Wonder Woman and feminism [Frontpage] (1)
Bifo: Democracy is not possible in Europe [Frontpage] (1)
Judith Butler on "building a world together" [Frontpage] (1)
Eugene Thacker on Mark Fisher's “The Weird and the Eerie” [Frontpage] (2)
"The Nihilism of Julian Assange" [Frontpage] (1)
The Anthropocene is a time to create a new world, not preserve the old one [Frontpage] (1)
The regrettable rise of the the "thought leader" [Frontpage] (1)
How contemporary fascist aesthetics strive to become "common sense" [Frontpage] (1)
"Six Months After The Election, What Does 'The Resistance' Mean Now?" [Frontpage] (2)
Against ride-sharing [Frontpage] (1)
Galleries Against Gaslighting: How can the UK art world respond to Grenfell? [Frontpage] (4)
"The Summer of Love is far more relevant today than you think" [Frontpage] (1)
Judith Butler on Trump and neofascism [Frontpage] (2)
The rise and fall of the web-based personal essay [Frontpage] (1)
A Garland of Rivers: On the Trial-Performance "Landscape as Evidence: Artist as Witness" [Frontpage] (1)
Timothy Morton, "the philosopher prophet of the Anthropocene" [Frontpage] (1)
Naomi Klein on the "rolling shock politics" of the Trump era [Frontpage] (1)
Chris Kraus on mainstream success and literary misogyny [Frontpage] (1)
Will social media kill the novel? [Frontpage] (1)
Alexander R. Galloway on the "brometheanism" of left accelerationists [Frontpage] (1)
What Are the Prospects for a Trump Impeachment? [Frontpage] (1)
"Truth and Politics" by Hannah Arendt [Reflux] (1)
The public university cannot be saved by neo-Keynesian measures [Frontpage] (2)
The tyranny of 'minimalism' [Frontpage] (2)