The 25th piece in the Polity of Literature series looks at the special features the comics form brings to politics, and the uses various North American countercultures have made of them.
The 23rd piece in the Polity of Literature series considers which metaphors are best-suited to the writing and reading of fan fiction.
The 13th piece in the Polity of Literature describes the illustrator’s process in making a graphic novel about Hannah Arendt’s life and work.
The 7th piece in the Polity of Literature series recalls the work of Angela Davis and Bettina Aptheker reading and writing together—one in prison, the other free.
I drag you with me: ancestry and contemporary practice (a conversation between Raphael Daibert and Edgar Calel) Edgar Calel came to São Paulo for a three-month residency that extended to
As I wondered about the best way to write this text, two related events caught my attention. First, I received a call for publications with the title “After De-colonizing…What?” issued