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Cover for: Art after the earthquake

Art after the earthquake

Varlık 4/2023

Turkish writers address questions, aesthetic and political, raised by the catastrophe: Is art appropriate amidst the suffering – or even possible? Did some think the patriarch would protect them? Will lessons be learned for Istanbul, likely site of the next apocalypse?

Cover for: For a participatory economy

For a participatory economy

Dialogi 11–12/2022

How individuals and communities can become autonomous co-creators of their lives: on practices of participatory economics, from cooperative housing to agricultural and credit cooperatives and joint musical creation.

Cover for: The causes of borders

The causes of borders

Soundings 82 (2022)

The transformation of the conditions to which borders are a response: on the case for abolition. Also: Why alter-politics has a future, and democratizing Germany’s corporatist public service model.

Cover for: Colonial genocide and law

German policy on colonial genocide: legal responsibility via a collective right of memory? Also: colonial currencies and relationships of debt, and the problem with the Federal Constitutional Court’s doctrine of neutrality.

Cover for: Progressives and reactionaries

Progressives and reactionaries

Fronesis 76-77 (2022)

Reconsidering the authoritarian personality: Are progressives really on the right side of history? Can Reich’s theory of sexuality explain today’s far-right? And is the manosphere more than a reactionary self-help forum?

Cover for: Translators of the world, unite!

Translators of the world, unite!

La Revue Nouvelle 1/2023

On translation as politicized practice: domestication versus foreignization; degendering and resistance; and the risks of translating feminist sociology back into Farsi.

Cover for: ‘The end of the big lie’

‘The end of the big lie’

Internazionale Storia 5 (2023)

Stalin through the journalism of his time: H.R. Knickerbocker’s interview with Ekaterina Geladze; Gareth Jones’s exposé of the Holodomor; W.E.B. Du Bois’s homage to a freedom fighter; and Raymond Aron’s optimism in 1956.

Cover for: Rape as weapon of war

Rape as weapon of war

Spilne (February 2023)

Sexual violence as a Russian weapon of war: exceptional brutality and widespread use as means of terrorising the Ukrainian population. Also: ambivalent attitudes to home among Ukrainian refugees; and women’s voices on the reconstruction debate.

Cover for: Asymmetry and propaganda

Asymmetry and propaganda

Osteuropa 9–10/2022

German–Polish relations in focus: how PiS instrumentalises reparations in the run-up to the Sejm elections; and why the post-war asymmetry between the countries serves the interests of Poland’s nationalists.

Cover for: Incomplete Europe

Incomplete Europe

New Eastern Europe 1–2/2023

What the war in Ukraine has taught us about solidarity; why European democrats must insist on fair play; and Moldovan democracy under hybrid attack.

Cover for: Full circle in Turkey?

Full circle in Turkey?

Varlık 1/2023

An earthquake preceded Erdoğan’s rise and another may have inaugurated his fall. In its January issue, Varlık reflects on perspectives for the Turkish left before the scheduled elections: how can the Labour and Freedom Alliance overcome historical dislocation and appeal to a socially conservative electorate?

Cover for: Decolonizing the future

Decolonizing the future

New Humanist 4/2022

What it means to be a good ancestor; why intelligence is more-than-human; and how the Huxleys combined agnosticism with transcendence.

Cover for: The remaining thousandth

The remaining thousandth

Ord&Bild 5/2022

On the documentary poetry of Jonas Mekas; multi-voiced personalism as literary genre; and the history of the Fens as ecological morality tale.

Cover for: Giving back the Bronzes

Giving back the Bronzes

Blätter für deutsche und internationale Politik 1/2023

How Germany is leading the way on the restitution of the Benin Bronzes; why nation state parochialism prevails over a European fourth estate; and how radical climate activism is bringing out the worst in Cold War conservatives.

Cover for: Clicks and tricks

Clicks and tricks

Vikerkaar 1–2/2023

Why organised labour in Estonia is weaker than almost anywhere in Europe; how the gig economy could be made to work for labour; and what familiarity with everyday tools tells us about our plastic fork culture.

Cover for: New war, old traumas

New war, old traumas

Krytyka 6/2022

Better late than never: decolonising Ukrainian academia. Also: the WWII diaries of literary critic Viktoriya Kolosova; placenames and language politics; and poetry on Jewish-Ukrainian legacies.

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