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Ali Behdad — The Afterlife of Orientalism (Review of Leah Feldman’s On the Threshold...

Review of Leah Feldman, On the Threshold of Eurasia: Revolutionary Poetics in the Caucasus (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2018) By Ali Behdad Edward Said’s 1978 Orientalism...

Peter Valente — The Body’s Prehistories (Review of Hervé Guibert’s Written in Invisible Ink)

The Body’s Prehistories: On Hervé Guibert’s Written in Invisible Ink by Peter Valente One of the many pleasures of reading Hervé Guibert’s collection of stories,...

Muneeb Hafiz — What is a Key Worker?

This essay is a part of the COVID-19 dossier, edited by the b2o editorial staff.  By Muneeb Hafiz In the UK, Black people across England and Wales...

Of Human Flesh: An Interview with R.A. Judy by Fred Moten

This is the second part of an interview of R.A. Judy conducted by Fred Moten in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, over the course of two days,...

Of Human Flesh: An Interview with R.A. Judy by Fred Moten

This is the second part of an interview of R.A. Judy conducted by Fred Moten in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, over the course of two days,...

About the Local and What All Hold in Common: Belarusian Human Rights Activist Ales...

Note on Belarus Wlad Godzich Belarus has not figured prominently, if at all, on most anglophone readers’ attention horizon. Things are beginning to change, and Belarus...

Gil Z. Hochberg — Between Orientalisms: Derrida, Cixous, and the Specter of the Arab...

This essay is part of a dossier on The Maghreb after Orientalism. by Gil Z. Hochberg  A Judeo-Franco-Maghrebian genealogy does not clarify everything, far from it,...

Susan Slyomovics — “The Ethnologist-Spy Was Hanged, at That Time We Were a Little...

This essay is part of a dossier on The Maghreb after Orientalism. by Susan Slyomovics Il fut pendu l'ethnologue-espion, writes poet-novelist-anthropologist Habib Tengour, En ce temps-là...
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Gretchen Soderlund — Futures of Journalisms Past (or, Pasts of Journalism’s Future)

Gretchen Soderlund Journalists might be chroniclers of the present, but two decades of books, conferences, symposia, interviews, talks, special issues, and end-of-year features on the...
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Annemarie Perez — UndocuDreamers: Public Writing and the Digital Turn

Annemarie Perez The supposition that higher education and schooling in general serve a democratic society by nourishing hearty citizenship. - Richard Ohmann (2003) What are...