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How did a young American woman, born to a secular, working-class New York Jewish family and raised during the Depression, end up in Algiers during a heady period of revolutionary fervor?
Giuliana Bruno thinks beyond conventional cartography to present a narrative guide to the imagination, from medieval emotional mapping to Situationist psychogeography.
The sea has long been a defining feature, indeed an inevitability in Cuban art, literature, and life. Now it turns ominous.
"We can't decide in the abstract which of any social relations is more determinant in any particular social phenomenon...we can't just say: race, class, which one is more important?"
A reading list to engage with issues concerning the rise of the far-right, and the means of defending against it.
"We have to come back to the straightforward explanation that this is a society which is structured by racial oppression and has been for its entire history."
The battle for legal abortion in Argentina is the starting point of a much broader struggle.