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FIGURING A WOMEN’S REVOLUTION: BODIES INTERACTING WITH THEIR IMAGES

The English translation of this incredible text, written by L, was originally posted here via Jadaliyya [Translated by Alireza Doostdar.] [2]  For Zhina, for Niloofar, for Elaheh, for Mahsa, for Elmira, and for those whose names I have yet to call.  Is the uprising …

FIGURING A WOMEN’S REVOLUTION: BODIES INTERACTING WITH THEIR IMAGES

…NI UNO SOLO; NI UNA MENOS: INTRODUCTION FOR ‘CONVERSATIONS ON THE NEW ERA OF FEMINIST INTERNATIONALISM’

The following is a short introduction for a forthcoming discussion between comrades from an NYC feminist group and an Iranian-Kurdish collective in the first issue of The Reservoir–a new publication run out of Woodbine (NYC) Ni uno solo-Ni Una Menos: this is …

…NI UNO SOLO; NI UNA MENOS: INTRODUCTION FOR ‘CONVERSATIONS ON THE NEW ERA OF FEMINIST INTERNATIONALISM’

Becoming ungovernable – On Di Cesare’s book „The Time of Revolt“

The Italian philosopher Donatella Di Cesare’s minoritarian book „The Time of Revolt“ can certainly be read as a complement and extension to Andrew Culp’s „Dark Deleuze“ and Joshua Clover’s „Riot.Strike.Riot.“ From the very first pages, the police as a formation …

Becoming ungovernable – On Di Cesare’s book „The Time of Revolt“

Argentina, December 19th and 20th, 2001: A New Type of Insurrection

This article is an excerpt from the book Colectivo Situaciones wrote on the events of December 2001. Situaciones, a collective of milita,uay, Brazil, Italy, Spain, and Germany. Some of these affinities are documented in articles, working papers and declarations. Argentina, …

Argentina, December 19th and 20th, 2001: A New Type of Insurrection

A Model of Behavior Like A Cop or A Female Saint: On Jean-Patrick Manchette’s Nada

,, , Posted on July 24, 2020 Before the Red Army Faction in Germany (1970–1998), the Red Brigades in Italy (1970–1988), and Action Directe in France (1979–1987), there was Nada. This latter group was a significantly smaller formation relative to …

A Model of Behavior Like A Cop or A Female Saint: On Jean-Patrick Manchette’s Nada

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