A special issue on “The Politics of Everyday Life,” which asks, how does the political reveal itself in quotidian experience—its images, its forms, its events? Featuring responses by Silvia Federici, Simon Critchley
, Julie Ault, Mariel O. Wilson, and others; a roundtable on cultural appropriation; Mimi Thi Nguyen on the politics of the hijab; plus Summer reading recommendations, Peter Eleey on Trisha Brown
, Murtaza Vali on the Sharjah Biennial, Luke Skrebowski on Robert Rauschenberg
, and much more.
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