Monthly Archives: March 2014

Violence and Revolution in the Critique of Politics

Below is the working abstract for my final project in this course. The introduction of the topic is a bit general, given our close reading of Arendt earlier this semester, but it reflects the fact that I wrote this document … Continue reading

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Amílcar Cabral’s Biopolitical Cultivation of Decolonial Revolution

Working hypothesis for this course’s project; any comments, criticisms, feedback, or suggestions are most welcome

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Castoriadis Special Issue in Interesting Journal

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New Book Series: “Reinventing Critical Theory”

Please find here a link to the new book series that Annika and I are co-directing. Feel free to circulate it widely, and keep it in mind for any of your future projects that might overlap with the series’ goals.

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Solidarity Action in Support of SJP and Politics on Campus?

The suspension of the Organization “Students for Justice in Palestine” at Northeastern University raises very serious questions concerning political activities on college campuses. Given the proximity of these questions to the practice of running a graduate seminar on revolution, should … Continue reading

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Decolonizing Vanillanova

All the snow has melted, and Villanova is whiter than ever. During my first week at Villanova, a white administrator told me (I should say us) that, roughly, “We are no longer to say ‘Vanillanova’ because it is something the … Continue reading

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“…The Political Economy of the Working Class…”

Revolutionary howdy to all: This post is not exactly a representation of my final paper project, so I don’t intend it as my main online contribution for the semester. On the other hand, I would be delighted if it comes … Continue reading

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