Monthly Archives: March 2015

Squares, malls, bridges and highways (A note on infrastructure and #BlackLivesMatter)

Originally posted on s0metim3s:
Reading about the protests against police violence in the US, like many others I noted the issue of police militarization, but wondered more about the shift from the occupation of squares that has characterized…

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Originally posted on DAN DIPIERO:
This week, I’ll be traveling to give a paper at this graduate student conference, hosted by the comparative literature department at UC-Irvine. The conference theme is on my very favorite subject: indeterminacy. Approaches to indeterminate…

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