Do artists belong to the working class? Is artistic work a productive activity contributing to the development of capitalism or is it an “exceptional” activity, a form of “decommodified” labor? (See work by Leigh Clare La Berge and Dave Beech … Continue reading "Class Composition in the Arts: Operaist Art History"
The digital public humanities project A People’s Atlas of Nuclear Colorado, comprising scholarly essays, artistic contributions, and much more, maps the many ways the nuclear arsenal has shaped the state of Colorado. It is the first installment in an even more … Continue reading "Nuclear Knowledge Otherwise: A People’s Atlas of Nuclear Colorado"
Gabrielle Daniels’s new book Something Else Again: Poetry and Prose, 1975-2019, was recently published by Materials / Materialien in London and Munich and by Dogpark Collective in the US. Daniels’s essays, stories, and poems have appeared in the print and … Continue reading "An Interview with Gabrielle Daniels"
Visual artist Candice Lin and cultural theorist C. Riley Snorton discuss the history of gynecology, Lin’s recent work, and other topics in a conversation occasioned by our recent special issue Sexology and Its Afterlives, edited by Joan Lubin and Jeanne … Continue reading "A Conversation between Candice Lin and C. Riley Snorton"
Andrea Abi-Karam’s most recent book is Villainy, published by Nightboat Books last year. Jasbir K. Puar is a member of the Social Text Collective and the author, most recently, of The Right to Maim (Duke UP, 2017). Here the authors … Continue reading "Andrea Abi-Karam and Jasbir K. Puar: Correspondence 2021"