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Book Reviews Reviews

Review: Reflections on Postcolonialism

By Bryant Scott
“Above all, postcolonialism remains a heterogenous and eclectic body of thought that has proven widely adaptable in providing new angles on all sorts of phenomena, from the origins of modernity to neoliberalism and globalization.”

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Film Reviews Reviews

In Vitro: Narrative Essay

By Tamara Al-Qaisi-Coleman
“This film is a surrealist dream, the way it plays with time and memory. Trauma stays in the body, always there tucked between your stomach and your ribs.”

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Book Reviews Reviews

Review: “The Heart of a Woman: The Life and Music of Florence B. Price” by Rae Linda Brown

by A. Kori Hill
“The Heart of a Woman: The Life and Music of Florence B. Price is a much needed addition to scholarship on Black composers, American music history, Black women’s creative lives, and Florence Price herself.”

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Essays Political Theory

Frantz Fanon: Négritude, Decolonisation and the Politics of Friendship (Part Two)

by Omar Chowdhury
“With the struggles of Black Americans precipitating into protests worldwide, the world remains as divided as it was during Fanon’s era making his theories just as relevant now as they were then.”

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Spring

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Essays Political Theory

Frantz Fanon: Négritude, Decolonisation and the Politics of Friendship (Part One)

by Omar Chowdhury
“Therefore, to reconcile a reading of Fanon, we must read and analyse all his writings holistically because through this we garner only a better understanding of what Fanon’s aims were.”

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Creative Work Poetry

Long Hours/An Encounter/Echoes of a Still Life at a Park

By Carlos Campos Jr

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Creative Work Poetry

A Wednesday / Restlessness / Ode to the Distribution Brigades

By Carlos Campos Jr

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Houston Political Theory

After the Storm: Talking “Just Recovery” with West Street Recovery

“…when you really start talking to people about their lives and what stressors they have … what we call disasters … are not disjunctures. They are not cataclysmic events. They’re more like inflections in long histories of exploitation and suffering, resistance, rebuilding, mutual aid.”

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February

Check out some of our favorite books, shows, and music in the second month of 2021!