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Arcades Materials is a series of three pamphlets inspired by the German-Jewish Marxist philosopher Walter Benjamin’s unfinished Arcades Project, a mammoth work centred on the shopping arcades of nineteenth-century Paris.
Niemand wartet gern. Doch wer entscheidet, ob und wie wir warten? Angespannt oder resigniert, geduldig oder zuversichtlich? Schätzen wir Dinge mehr, auf die wir lange gewartet haben? Die Bilder und Texte dieses Buches vermitteln eine Fülle von Ideen und Einblicken.
Through an examination of post-1997 Thai cinema and video art Arnika Fuhrmann shows how vernacular Buddhist tenets, stories, and images combine with sexual politics in figuring current struggles over notions of personhood, sexuality, and collective life.
Following Henri Lefebvre, Agnes Heller, and Lawrence Grossberg, Bargetz outlines a complex theory of everyday life that allows for a perception of the everyday as an ambivalent political battleground between domination and resistance.
Al-Hardan's research sheds light on the enduring relevance of the Nakba among the communities it helped create, while challenging the nationalist and patriotic idea that memories of the Nakba are static and universally shared among Palestinians.
Neither a Lacanian reading of Deleuze nor a Deleuzian reading of Lacan but rather a systematic and comparative analysis that identifies concerns common to both thinkers and their ultimately incompatible ways of addressing them.
Since claiming asylum in Germany, Laurence has had to start his life over again. He’s found the formula for survival, or so he thinks, until one day his friend mysteriously disappears.
This sharp, witty study of a book never written, a sequel to Walter Benjamin's Arcades Project, is dedicated to New York City, capital of the 20th century. A sui generis work of experimental scholarship or fictional philosophy, it analyzes an imaginary manuscript composed by a ghost.
Bobby Benedicto draws on ethnographic research and employs affective, first-person storytelling techniques to capture the visceral experience of Manila, painting a remarkably counterintuitive portrait of gay spaces in postcolonial cities.
Across the West, something called multiculturalism is in crisis. Regarded as the failed experiment of liberal elites, commentators and politicians compete to denounce its corrosive legacies; parallel communities threatening social cohesion,...
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