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On the Local and the Universal: Belarusian Human Rights Activist Ales Bialiatski in Conversation...

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...
recent DACA protest (photo by Molly Allen; image source: Tribuno Del Pueblo)

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...

Anissa Daoudi – Introduction: Narrating and Translating Sexual Violence at Wartime in the Middle...

Anissa Daoudi العربية | Français So natural is the impulse to narrate, so inevitable is the form of narrative for any report of the way things...

Essays

A tribute to Katia Bengana, assassinated by a young Islamist on 28 February 1994 in Meftah, Algeria. Wassyla Tamzali I. In "Women's Bravery" - Those were the...

Anissa Daoudi – Untranslatability of Algeria in “The Black Decade”

Anissa Daoudi العربية | Français مشنقتنا التي علقها اله وهمي صنعه البشر حسب نزواتهم" (ة)" “(ة) is our gallows, hung by an imaginary God, created by men according to...

Tom Eyers – The Matter of Poetry: A Review of Nathan Brown’s “The Limits...

by Tom Eyers The Limits of Fabrication: Materials Science, Materialist Poetics New York: Fordham University Press, 2017 If there is a million dollar question in contemporary theory,...

Pierre Joris – A Nomad Poetics Revisited: Poetry and Translation in a Global Age

by Pierre Joris   “Who among us has not had his promised land, his day of ecstasy and his end in exile?” — signed: Amiel...