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A discussion on autofiction and the construction of self, on who has the right to tell their family narrative and the trauma of not being heard.
"Our reading in 1968 and thereabouts, done in the context of mass movements of social protest, helped to transform us into revolutionaries."
The sea has long been a defining feature, indeed an inevitability in Cuban art, literature, and life. Now it turns ominous.
Marxist Feminist film scholar Dai Jinhua, one of the preeminent cultural critics of China's New Left, historicizes the rapid cultural and intellectual developments that took place in China during the 1980s and 90s.
In a conversation with Phil O'Brien of the Raymond Williams Society, Michael Denning discusses his four decades of learning from Williams' work.
Tamás discusses Lukács' philosophy and the attack on his legacy in Orbán's Hungary.
Terry Eagleton, Elinor Taylor, Jacob Soule, Patrick Parrinder, and others on the life and work of Raymond Williams.
Fredric Jameson on Ursula K. Le Guin's method of radical abstraction and simplification.
Rancière elaborates on some of the ideas developed within his latest book, Les Bords de la fiction.