Marquis Bey’s Anarcho-Blackness: Notes Toward a Black Anarchism (AK Press, 2020) is (a) concise, necessarily unsettling, Black anarchist work. Here, the propinquity between “Black” and “anarchist” may confuse the reader, as the Black radical tradition and anarchist politics are not … Continue reading “On Marquis Bey’s Anarcho-Blackness“
Andrew Cutrone is a PhD student in sociology at The University of Texas at Austin. His interests are in Black studies, Black feminism, critical theory, and pedagogy. He writes about the aesthetic dimensions of power relations, the theoretical relationship between critical whiteness studies and Black studies, and stand-up comedy in the public sphere.