Affekte regieren [Affects rule]
Das Subjekt bei der Arbeit
Politische Tiere [Political animals]
Kriegsschuld und demokratischer Neuanfang [War guilt and a democratic new start]
A conversation with Bartlomiej Sienkiewicz
In Europe all political thought is imperialist, says Bartlomiej Sienkiewicz. This means that politics as we know it today incorporates the experience of imperial politics from the sixteenth to the nineteenth century, when the foundations of what we call "the political" were forged. [ more ]
Uwolnić Moc. Powrót imperiów [Release the Force. Empires Return]
Africká literatura [African literature]
"Index on Censorship" discerns shades of McCarthyism in global threat to academic freedom; "New Eastern Europe" speaks to Ukrainian historian Andriy Portnov about Europe's reinvention; "Krytyka" assesses the chances of success in negotiations between Kyiv and the Donbass; "Letras Libres" speaks to Tzvetan Todorov; in "Multitudes", Antonio Negri and Raúl Sánchez Cedillo respond to the rise of Podemos; "A2" dips into Kenyan, Franco-Senegalese and Afropean literature; "NLO" considers untameable words and animals; in "Syn og Segn", Shabana Rehman Gaarder rejects the notion that animals are created for humans; and "Vikerkaar" watches "The Wire".
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