Minneapolis, here I come. This is the full proposal under the cut. The piece will need some fine-tuning before May, to be sure.
Raul Coronado “traces the circulation of ideas and texts as these relate to the making of Latino intellectual life in the United States” (17). The book is both history and revisionist historiography, challenging specifically Anglo-Franco […]
Fred Moten’s In the Break:The Aesthetics of A Black Radical Tradition opens for “a way to disrupt the totalizing force of the primality” of the scenes of violence upon Blackness to subject “this unavoidable model […]
The paradoxical relationship between democracy and media technology is not specific to the turn of the millennium. From the days of the eighteenth century pamphlet to contemporary wiretaping, democratic participation has been channeled, interrupted, and […]