Posts Tagged ‘ intersectionality ’

Zero Squared #151: Revolutionary Keywords

Apr 26th, 2018 | By

Ian Parker is an activist and academic, a revolutionary Marxist, and practising Lacanian psychoanalyst in Manchester, involved in various political movements in the past forty years. He is also the guest this week as we discuss his book Revolutionary Keywords for the New Left. Next week Deborah Levitt will be on to discuss her book

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Zero Squared #117: Beyond the Black Body (pt. 1)

Jul 6th, 2017 | By

RL Stephens is an organizer in Chicago, founding editor of Orchestrated Pulse, and the A. Philip Randolph Fellow at Jacobin. His essay The Birthmark of Damnation: Ta-Nehisi Coates and the Black Body was published in May at Viewpoint Magazine and is the topic for this week’s Zero Books podcast. It’s Wednesday, July 5th, 2017 and

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What’s Left Now: An interview with Zahari Richter

Jan 27th, 2017 | By

Zahari Richter is a graduate student, artist and blogger at DidIStutter.org.  He and I had this discussion shortly after the election of Donald Trump about the limits of intersectionality and the possibility of bringing it closer to its original intention. C. Derick Varn: In light of Trump’s recent victory, there has been a lot of

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