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Theory & criticism / essays
 
2016
French edition
Philosopher and feminist writer Rada Iveković examines the current refugee crisis in Europe, and call for the reception of the migrants.

2015
French edition
An history of the Gauche Prolétarienne—the most important revolutionary organisation in France after May 68.

2015
French edition
This essay examines the concept of “missing citizens”, taking as a point of departure the violence in the French suburbs, and focusing on contemporary migrations and the construction of citizenships.

2014
French edition
An investigation on former director of the IMF and the World Bank Jacques de Groote, sued by the Swiss courts for fraudulent privatization.

2013
French edition
Four short essays in which philosopher Alain Brossat analyzes the use of the term “democracy” in contemporary discourse.

2013
French edition
Publication documenting the case of Georges Ibrahim Abdallah—founder of the Lebanese Armed Revolutionary Factions, imprisoned in France since 1984.

2013
French edition
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An overview of French revolutionary armed groups from 1968 to 2000.

2013
French edition
A collection of texts investigating the field of political thought by French anthropologist and sociologist Sylvain Lazarus.

2011
French edition
Tristan Trémeau investigates the institutional and market developments in the art word, and calls for the regeneration of art criticism.

2011
French edition
This publication collects the statements of four migrants workers and leaders of groups of undocumented workers. These interviews focus on the reasons why they chose to live and work in France.

2007
French edition
In this essay, Franck Leibovici attempts to describe how information technologies can serve as tools in our lives. Illustrated with examples taken from the scientific, political and artistic spheres, his reflection leads to a new division between art and science.

2007
French edition
This study takes a look back at a century of collage practice, including visual arts, photography, video art, cinema, sound art, and literature. Author Olivier Quintyn draws on a body of work that includes Picasso, Rodchenko, Jasper Johns, Max Ernst, John Heartfield, Denis Roche, Manuel Joseph, Anne-James Chaton, Oval, People Like Us…