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Zionism’s Political Unconscious by Nadia Abu El-Haj Verso Blog A Feminism That Embraces Humanity by Lila Abu-Lughod Critical Inquiry Seeing Genocide: Israel’s Weaponization of Images Since October 7 Obfuscates Its Genocidal Campaign against Palestinians by Ariella Aïsha Azoulay Boston Review … Continue reading “Amplifier”

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Three Poems

Teline Trần

Hot Dish Since under, I had spoken one word a day To a complement a meal, I would utter, ‘Breakfast,’ ‘Lunch,’ or ‘Dinner.’   To move from coming, I speak slighter Worded widely that the cheeks bled, Spinning trellises before … Continue reading “Three Poems”

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Sacre du Council

Sára Bányai

On Easter day I went to visit my friend to celebrate together in a silly, agnostic fashion while overdosing on vegan chocolate eggs. We agreed to do it behind closed doors as we did not want to be associated publicly … Continue reading “Sacre du Council”

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Open Letter from the Institute for the Critical Study of Zionism’s Research Community

Institute for the Critical Study of Zionism’s Research Community

Eighty scholars from the Institute for the Critical Study of Zionism (ICSZ) today released an open letter to universities and other institutions, demanding they retract their statements endorsing Israeli genocide against Palestinians. During the past two weeks of Israeli attacks … Continue reading “Open Letter from the Institute for the Critical Study of Zionism’s Research Community”

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Hellraiser

Edward Salem

Techno plays from outdoor speakers at the beach restaurant in Tel Aviv.   I scan faces, trying to place them— Poland? Russia? Tan, lipless men toting wives and kids, giving me dirty looks as I suck my shisha.   The … Continue reading “Hellraiser”

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Becoming Archived: Feminist Resistance to Online Misogyny in India

Oeendrila L. Gerold and Sahana Udupa

In 2021, India saw a spate of online “auctions” on platforms such as YouTube, Twitter, GitHub and Clubhouse. Non-consensually sourced images, including morphed images, of hundreds of Muslim women were “rated” and “reviewed” for their “monetary and sexual worth” by … Continue reading “Becoming Archived: Feminist Resistance to Online Misogyny in India”

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