This book deals with the emergence, aesthetics, and mechanisms of new, politically right-wing movements in the United States.
Drew Hayden Taylor’s play satirically explores the racialization and violent appropriation of an indigenous community in Canada by two white Germans.
In this book, U.S. anthropologist Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing tells the story of the edible mushroom matsutake – and its relationship to its environment, to non-human and human actors.
The publicist Eike Geisel, born in 1945, wrote about anti-Semitism, German politics of remembrance and forgetting, and worked as a historian, for example, on the Berlin Scheunenviertel and the Jewish Cultural Association.
Heinrich attended an event at the Volksbühne in November 1997, to which the English publicist Kodwo Eshun was also invited. Eshun was probably talking primarily about the African-American underwater worlds of the enigmatic duo Drexciya from Detroit.
A thick book with more than 40, multicolored and detailed (land)maps from and about different regions of the world – and yet this book does not want to be an “atlas”?!
In 1979, the publicist Henryk M. Broder, together with Michel R. Lang, publishes a book: “Fremd im eigenen Land. Jews in the Federal Republic.” Some thirteen years later, three young musicians from Heidelberg are unable to find a label for their songs, so without further ado they self-publish their single in 1992.
Founded in 2002 by Ntone Edjabe, the Cape Town, South Africa-based platform of writing, art and politics has many formats.
Every day, we allow it to become invisible that our lifestyle is only possible because we “externalize” or offload the costs for it onto other people and societies. The exploitation of people and nature, or more precisely the overexploitation (mostly) of the Global North of the social and economic resources of the Global South, is the focus of this book.
A multi-faceted compilation of texts that address African urbanity from a variety of perspectives in academic, artistic, activist, poetic ways.
Frantz Fanon, born in Martinique in 1925, is considered one of the most analytically incisive anti-colonial thinkers and activists. This portrait of his companion Alice Cherki, a psychotherapist and psychiatrist from Algiers, paints a contoured picture of Frantz Fannon-dense and fact-filled writing, light on its feet and narrative like an essay.
This website aims to make the life and especially the work of the Indian scientist and activist Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak better known.