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A Rupture in Colonial Reason: Spivak, Fanon, and The Question of Subalternity

I. Memories of a Spivakian Given her revisions in A Critique of Postcolonial Reason, Spivak delineates three main point regarding the subaltern. First, the subaltern refers to the space of “sheer heterogeneity of” decolonization. Second, “when a line of communication …

A Rupture in Colonial Reason: Spivak, Fanon, and The Question of Subalternity

May ’68: Beyond the Artificial Commemorations and Remembrances

Interview with Kristin Ross by Yavor Tarinski for Babylonia Journal. You can find the interview in Greek here. Kristin Ross gave an interview for Babylonia journal, analyzing the meanings and significance of May ’68. She will be among the keynote speakers …

May ’68: Beyond the Artificial Commemorations and Remembrances

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