A translation of Isidore Isou’s "Between Isou and Marcuse," published in the Lettrist journal Youth Uprising in the summer of 1968.
An excerpt from Angelo Quatttrocchi's lyrical eyewitness account of May 1968 in Paris.
May 1968 stands at the precipice into which the historical labor movement will descend.
Joshua Clover speaks with the IGDCast on contemporary struggles in the context of the conjuncture described in Riot. Strike. Riot.
Absurd at it will seem, this episode of prosecutorial overreach should not be laughed off, even with a first set of acquittals in hand. Its obscene falsity has within it a moment of truth.
Tear Gas author Anna Feigenbaum visits Milipol.
For the privileged, tear gas is an event; for the colonized, it composes a fundamental aspect of life.
Anna Feigenbaum discusses the history of tear gas as crowd control.
In this excerpt from Tear Gas, Anna Feigenbaum describes the history of the Himsworth Report, used by governments around the world to justify the use of tear gas.
The unprecedented prison expansion over the last four decades is inconceivable outside the context of mass antiracist and class struggle and the state’s crushing of the urban insurrections of the 1960s.